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Ergohuman ME7ERG-W09-01W09-01 Black Mesh Hi Swivel chair

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  • Seat Height: 18.1a"22.9"
  • Seat WxD: 19 1/2x17 3/4"
  • Adjustable: tilt tension control, tilt lock, back angle, back height, synchro tilt, seat height, seat depth, and arm height
  • Material: Mesh
  • Base Type: Nylon Casters
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Ergohuman ME7ERG-W09-01W09-01 Black Mesh Hi Swivel chair + Kensington Solemate Comfort Footrest with SmartFit System (K56144US)
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Item Weight: 66 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 67.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Imported
  • ASIN: B002LK1YNO
  • Item model number: EUROFME7ERG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #99,094 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Color: Black

EUROTECH Ergohuman Mesh Chairs feature eight ergonomic adjustments for maximum comfort all day. Breathable mesh seat and back promote air circulation and offer increased support. Adjustability includes: tilt tension control, tilt lock, back angle, back height, synchro tilt, seat height, seat depth, and arm height. Chrome/polypropylene base with nylon casters. Made of 97% recyclable components. Greenguard indoor air quality certified. Meets or exceeds ANSI/BIFMA standards.


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Customer Reviews

This chair was very easy to assemble and is comfortable.
Stan Kovarik
I have a ruptured disc between L4-L5 and this is the only office chair that I have found so far that allows me to work a full 8 hour day without having back pain.
xmalice
The back height is adjustable, so I have the lumbar support right where I need it, and it's very comfortable.
K.C. May

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Jones on January 1, 2010
Color Name: Black
I sat in at least 40 chairs before this one and after some quick adjustments, immediately recognized the perfect fit. As pointed out already this chair seems designed for somewhat taller people (I would guess 5'8" to 6'4"). I'm 6'2" and only have one of the adjustments in the outer position which is the seat forward adjustment. Here's a group of comments I hope will be helpful to those shopping:

1. Don't buy any chair without first sitting in one (like some previous reviewers did and then rated it low). There are so many individual preferences and body shapes that it's just plain foolish not to make sure you get something that fits.

2. I bought this chair locally from a reputable office furniture store. Since I had to pay tax it cost me about $60 more than the best price online. However this product has a lifetime warranty on the frame and 5 years on the fabric and if something goes wrong I won't have any of the nightmares expressed in other reviews. I'll just drop it off at the furniture store and let them deal with it. To me that's worth $60 not to mention the argument of supporting local merchants that enabled me to try this chair in the first place. That service alone is also worth an additional $60. If you try out the chair at a struggling local merchant (which all are these days), then buy it online to save $60, and then whine when you need a warranty service provided - too bad. Please note that many of the bad reviews are related to just such a scenario.

3. The arms do adjust ridiculously high (much more than you would ever need) but except for those with unusually short arms, I can't visualize the shortest position being uncomfortable or not fitting under a normal sized desk. Maybe I'm wrong - another reason to sit in the chair before buying.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By BikeGuy on April 16, 2007
Color Name: Black
I've had a mesh offic chair for like 4 years and when the arms started to break I wanted an upgrade. I work on the computer all day, so the chair I got had to be comfortable, ergonomic, and multi-adjustable (and if it looked cool even better)I looked at and sat on the Aeron, which was not bad, but to get all the features, you have to pay extra which ended up being about $1000. I almost got it until I sat on the Ergohuman at a local office store, and WOW! The amount of adjustments and comfort was incredible. The local store wanted $700 for it, went online and found it for just under $500. This may not be as well-know as Aeron, but for the price I think it's a clear winner.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Savvy Lamb on March 3, 2011
Color Name: Gray Verified Purchase
This chair is made from sturdy polished aluminum, mesh and plastic parts. It's definitely going to last awhile. Even if it doesn't, there's a lifetime warranty on everything but the upholstery and foam. For those, the warranty is 5 years.

The 'ergo' features of this chair were a disappointment for me, however:

1. The headrest can move up and down or tilt vertically, but it can't be moved forward for those times when you just want to sit back and watch a video or listen to music but still want to see your monitor instead of the ceiling.

2. The seat can be moved backward and forward, but can't be tilted up or down. Because of this, I'm unable to move pressure from my tailbone to my thighs and that results in soreness after awhile.

3. The mesh is strong and sturdy, but that prevents it from forming to my shape very well. As a result, it begins to feel hard and uncomfortable after only a short time.

4. The lumbar support appears to be separately adjustable from the pictures, but it's not. It is actually integrated with the backrest. The entire unit can be moved up and down, but you can't set the lumbar height independently.

There are some things the chair does well:

1. All of the adjustment controls are easy to reach and to use.

2. Height adjustment is smooth and doesn't seem to sink over time.

3. The arm rests are comfortable and adjust up, down, or horizontally.

4. The casters are well-made and move smoothly over carpeting.

If you're sensitive to odors, please note that this chair gives off a strong chemical smell when it is new. You may want to unpack and assemble it where there is plenty of ventilation. After nearly two months, the chemical smell is still noticeable in my chair.

Overall, after spending over $600, I had hoped to be far more comfortable in this chair. I give the ME7ERG 5 stars for construction and 3 stars for comfort.
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38 of 43 people found the following review helpful By USERBOSCO on January 11, 2011
Color Name: Black
I purchased two of these chairs approx 3 years ago. The vertical seat and back support adjustment mechanisms on one of the chairs failed in mid-2010. I contacted the manufacturer to see if they could furnish replacement parts. The answer, despite the "lifetime warranty", is sure, if I pay for them at full cost and cover shipping. Another $150.00+ I've written the president of the firm but don't expect to hear back based on initial experience w/ customer service dept. I am amazed that you can pay so much for a chair and NOT have the manufacturer own up to replacing defective components.

Nice chair while it lasted. FYI, no, I don't exceed the 250lb rating of the chair. Soaking wet, I'm 180 lbs.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By F. Campbell on October 22, 2011
Color Name: Gray
After years of getting by with make-do chairs in my home office --- chairs that did nothing to alleviate my chronic back-pain (and probably exacerbated it) --- I decided that it was time to get off the fence and purchase a good quality, ergonomic office chair. I chose the Ergohuman Chair ME7ERG - High Back with Headrest and Mesh.

This chair was a huge disappointment. I obviously did not do enough research before purchasing. What I had read seemed to indicate that this chair would be comfortable for a 6'3", 225# man. It is not. The backrest does move up and down but the lumbar support is not independently adjustable. I had expected an adjustable lumbar support. I didn't get it. To score more than a "barely adequate" rating, a lumbar support must be adjustable up and down independent of the backrest. The second requirement is an adjustable firmness, a forward and back adjustment. The only purpose this lumbar support seems to serve is that of a decoration. A hinge and corrugated spring-like support bar promise more functionality than they deliver.

As for the headrest, I would have done better to buy one of the models that did not have one. With the backrest at its highest setting and the headrest at its furthest extension, it does nothing but annoy me by poking my shoulder when I lean back. It WILL support my head if I am interested in staring at the ceiling. If the company sold an extension arm, to raise the headrest another 3 or 4 inches, I would probably buy one.

Now we come to the actual seat of the chair. The seat has a feature that seemed attractive at the time. It can be moved forward and back to better support the legs of people with different thigh lengths. This would be a very useful feature if the actual seating area were deeper.
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