AtTheOffice - Office Chairs & Accessories
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Wed Sep 10 00:00:00 MDT 2014esipple Rating:5.0
I use this chair almost every day when I work from my home office. It is just the right size for my frame (5'4", 145#), unlike a lot of desk chairs that seem so big. It is comfortable and works well in a relatively small office. I would recommend this chair!
Thu Aug 08 00:00:00 MDT 2013mgalarza Rating:1.0
The chair broke 2 week after I received it, I've called the manufacture direct at least 6 times and have been promised a replacement alas it been 2 more weeks and no replacement. I paid $150 from Office depot and the chairs lasted 9 year, I paid 500+ dollar and get a piece of junk. Disappointing to say the least.
Thu Jun 20 00:00:00 MDT 2013sissun Rating:4.0
I was so excited to find this chair after owning (for 15 years) an Aeron chair, which I could no longer afford to replace, and considering both the Herman Miller "Mirra" and "Sayl" ergonomic chairs. This chair is most easily compared to the Sayl in design, and is very simple to put together (I did it alone). I am seated in it now, and find it very stable, supportive and comfortable. The seat is very firm (and seriously heavy!) and I prefer it like that. It is really easy to adjust (tension, seat height, and arm height), but doesn't feature seat depth adjustment as do some of the more pricy options. However, I have not found this to be a problem. If you are seeking a modern look/styling in your office chair, want ergonomic design on a budget, I recommend this chair for your short list.
Wed Apr 09 00:00:00 MDT 2014dcline123 Rating:4.0
Brought 2 of these chairs in Brown color. Four bolts to put the chair together. Comfortable. Only problem is that one chair had a hole in it in the rear of the headrest area about the size of a pencil. No problem returning the chair, but they were out of stock of brown chairs. Now I am waiting for brown chair stock to be replenished. Always check your chairs for damage before throwing out boxes and papers. The back of the chair comes up to the height of your shoulder blades, not your head.