Love these chairs. The Oxford Blood color is sophisticated. The height of the chairs is perfect for our table and very comfortable. I had been shopping for chairs on casters for almost a year at local furniture stores without finding anything I liked. These exceeded my expectations.
I bought one for my grandpa to use as a rolling dining chair for his small kitchenette & one for me to use as a rolling desk chair. For him, the wheels make it easy to scoot around from table to microwave to fridge to sink & the seat/back support areas are generous and solid. For me, this replaces a center-mounted chair with all the adjustable bells & whistles that were killing my back - I just needed a solid supportive chair that rolled, this fits the need perfectly. I may buy one more for grandpa to have an extra for when I come to visit.
Yes, this will require you to put it together. No, it isn't real leather. Yes, the predrilled assembly holes are often misaligned. However, to make it easier on yourself, simply back out the screws already in the plate attached to the chair a little bit, then assemble. It's not that hard and will save you a ton of headaches. I was toying with the idea of ordering the other version of this chair that has the casters on the legs. But after reading the seat height, this one was about 1/2 inch taller. It still feels short, so I'm going to to attach my own and then it should be the perfect height for my computer hutch. So, no, it's not the most perfect chair ever, but I didn't pay a ton of money for it. It's fine and if you can reasonably operate a screw gun, it will take less than 30 minutes to assemble.
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