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Stay climate-neutral all day long with a supportive breathable mesh back and padded fabric seat.
The ergonomically designed chair is the height of comfort coupled with an ultra modern design.
LexMod Comfort-Flex is fully height adjustable with a pneumatic lift and comes with a 360 degree swivel. Five dual-wheel casters also make for easy gliding over carpeted surfaces.
The LexMod Comfort-Flex Chair has a breathable mesh back that promotes good posture. Sit back and tackle the tasks at hand with this sleek and versatile office chair.
Easy to Assemble, Easy to Use
LexMod Comfort-Flex is a breeze to set up and even easier to use. Support your lower back while adjusting the height and swiveling around to your desired position.
Any Task, Any Time
Whether at the desk or creating your works of art and music, wheel Comfort-Flex over to your desired activity.
If you weigh less than 150 lb this will be perfect but my be weighs 230 lbs and it flattened quite quickly. But it's still soft enough even in its flattened state.Published 8 days ago by engrid
Disappointed. Mesh backing and seat are comfortable but that is about it. The chair lever has no function. So no way to adjust height. Taller people need not apply.Published 9 days ago by Zachary Jeffers
I can see why the price has dropped significantly since I purchased this item. I wanted a semi-decent armless chair because I play guitar. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael S. Whittemore
This was sent to my granddaughter so I did not get a chance to see it or how looks or works. My granddaughter was definitely very excited about it, though.Published 4 months ago by McDuff
Chair broke instantly (180lb male). Lexington Modern offered refund if I paid return shipping. What a hassle.Published 6 months ago by Bud Leiser
A simple chair, doesn't do too much. Good for a student for homework but not more than thatPublished 7 months ago by T. Cohen