For convenience, I will break this down by qualities I personally look for in a chair... Good: -This chair has very firm support across your lower back. -The armrests are padded -The seat is slightly wider than average, measuring 22 inches between the armrests. I can sit cross-legged in it comfortably. -With me being 5'9" the topmost cushion on the back is placed comfortably and does not push my head forward. -It was relatively easy to assemble. I mean, as far as chairs go. Bad -It is slightly too tall to fit under the keyboard tray of my current desk. The top of the armrest is 26 and a half inches tall at the lowest adjustable setting. -There are shiny "chrome" styled bits on top of the wheel spoke things. I put my feet there. They constantly get smudged and dirty. It looks ugly. -Cats are attracted to the bouncy rubber plugs that cover the screw holes. There are no spares. Hide yours while you are doing the screws.
I bought to different Acrylic chairs to go with my white and chrome desk. Decided this looked better with the desk. It well made, easy to assemble took all of less then 5 minutes.
I've had the chair and used it for awhile now at my home computer desk. It performs nicely and is comfortable to sit upon doing tasks and browsing on the computer.
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