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Purchased these chairs and they were delivered very quickly. I was surprised at the quality for the price. I had shopped around at a lot of places and couldn't find anything that could compare to these for less than $*** per chair. The material is very nice, quality seems very good, and they are relatively easy to assemble. They worked great for my office....
Boss Mid-back Box Arm Chair
ITEM#: 13934004This sturdy, easily portable chair suits any room in your home. The chair is roomy and comfortable, and is great seating in a living room or bedroom. The chair is an excellent choice for a home office, the foyer or a reading nook. A group of these chairs is perfect for a family room.
Sit back and relax after working all day in this black mid-back box arm chair from Boss. This chair is upholstered in LeatherPlus, making spot-cleaning easy and is complemented by sturdy wooden legs finished in a matching black. The padded seat provides the comfort you need for watching television or hanging out with friends.
- Color: Black
- Black finished legs
- Upholstered in LeatherPlus
- Dimensions: 26 inches wide x 27.5 inches deep x 35 inches high
- Materials: Wood, LeatherPlus
- Model No: B639-BK
- Weight capacity: 250 pounds
- Seat size: 18.5 inches wide x 19.5 inches deep
- Seat height: 19 inches high
- Arm height: 25.5 inches high
Please note: orders of 4 or more chairs will ship with a freight carrier, and are not traceable via UPS. Please allow 10 days before contacting O.co regarding any freight carrier shipping concerns.
|Chair Back Height||Standard|
|Furniture Frame Material||Wood|
|Warranty||6 year Manufacturer|
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Purchased these chairs and they were delivered very quickly. I was surprised at the quality for the price. I had shopped around at a lot of places and couldn't find anything that could compare to these for less than $*** per chair. The material is very nice, quality seems very good, and they are relatively easy to assemble. They worked great for my office.Read More
After six months, they still look good. The assembly was not too difficult. It did require a little strength.Read More
Great quality chair and easy to assembleRead More
The chair looks quite nice and wasn't too hard to assemble. Unfortunately it's not made out of leather which was a bad surprise for me. I'm still deliberating returning it.Read More
The chair sent was a return that someone attempted to assemble. I needed to disassemble and reassemble the chair. The drill holes for the holding brackets were not properly drilled and I needed to redrill the holes to complete the assembly.Read More
The chair is much more sturdy than you might expect from a chair you assemble and at this price point. The cushion material is firm and supportive and very comfortable. It looks pretty good in my office and wasn't all that difficult to put together.Read More
I tuck this chair under a desk. It is heavy and that means sturdy I hope! I have ordered chairs online before that you have to assemble, like this. But this one is the most durable feeling. The cushion is firm too. The leather is matte, which I prefer. I love the chair.Read More
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what is leather plus?
LeatherPlus is a combination of leather and vinyl, the leather and said polymer (usually a blend of vinyl and a softener) are broken down then molded back together to form a comfortable product with the softness of leather.
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