|Product Type: Drafting chairs||Style: Contemporary|
|Base Finish: Black||Base Material: Metal|
|Exterior Seat Material: Mesh||Mechanism: Pneumatic|
|Back Height: Mid-back||Back Type: Grid|
|Footrest Included: Yes||Adjustable Height: Yes|
|Ergonomic: Yes||Lumbar Support: Yes|
|Casters: Yes||Heated Seat: No|
|Country of Manufacture: Taiwan, Province of China|
|Assembly Required: Yes|
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Great home office chair
Tyler from Sandy Springs, GA– Verified Buyer
My wife's home office has a high counter and this chair worked out great. It is great quality and meets our needs. She spends a good bit of time in the chair and says it's very comfortable too. She's 5' 2" if that matters to anyone reading this review.
Candace from Edmond, OK– Verified Buyer
We recently purchased this chair for our offices and we love it! It's very comfortable and has great back support. Easy to assemble and quick shipment as well.
Comfortable + ergonomic = awesome
Kay the Sociologist from Northampton, MA– Verified Buyer
Easy to assemble with one person, relieves stress on my lower back and the lumbar support doesn't stab me in the kidneys like others do, plus my legs don't go to sleep. The seat is _very_ large, much larger than most desk chairs, and also quite long front to back, so if you have short legs like me, they are going to dangle. However, the seat is contoured in such a way that that dangling isn't uncomfortable. It's a little less warm/snuggly than other desk chairs because of the mesh, but it's fantastic in the summer, and you can easily through a blanket on in the winter. Rolls smoothly. Great, just great!
Great chair - not for small people!
Yowza from Massachusetts
It was stretch to spend this much on a chair for my schoolwork, but after years of sitting on backless stools I needed something better! I'm 5'2" and most office chairs are too big for me. I got this one because it adjusts in several different directions, hoping I could make it accomodate my smaller frame. What I didn't account for is that there's no adjusting the depth of the seat. If my back is against the back of the chair, my legs stick straight out! I could have avoided this by measuring the distance from my lower back to the back of my knee and comparing with the seat depth (I suggest others give this a try!).