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Lorell Executive High-Back Chair, Mesh Fabric, 28-1/2"x28-1/2"x45, BK
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- Executive high-back chair features a mesh back chair, mesh fabric seat and ergonomically designed high back for the natural curvature of a person's back
- Arms adjust in height and width
- Seat height from floor adjusts from 17" to 21"
- Offers a nylon five-star base, pneumatic seat-height adjustment, 360-degree swivel, tilt and asynchronous three-lever control Available in black frame only and meets the ca117 fire-retardant standard.
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Top Customer Reviews
I've owned this chair for more than a year and work in it 12hrs per day... Things to know:
1) Price: $168. Can't beat it, I've looked. (Update 6/26/12: Seems there's been a price drop down to $140 w/shipping recently here and elsewhere.)
2) Like, but can't afford, an Aeron? Then this is the best sit you're going to get. There are a few good $250+ chairs out there that match this chair in comfort and fit, but none beat it. Only spend the extra money if you just have to have a prettier chair (yeah it looks like some kind of cheap asian knockoff because face it - it is.)
3) Quality: Lasts. I wear out chairs fast, especially the seat. Anything not rated for continuous use tends to fall apart in about 3-9 months. This thing is still standing after 14 months and I haven't even had to tighten the screws. The cloth seat has resisted the occasional drink/snack stains too.
4) Little quirks: Armrests, they are what they are. They work, but are a bit wobbly per design as is common on such chairs. Chair back - it's rather large and when you get up quick, you'll spin the chair around and the back will almost always bang the desk. (Think of it like carrying a long ladder and suddenly turning around... you're going to whack stuff by accident on occasion knocking keyboards, drinks, etc around.
5) Fit.Read more ›
- Easy to assemble. Took me 20 minutes, and I did not have to use any of my own tools. The seat assembly already came pre-assembled, so I just had to pop on the casters, attach the arms and back, and stick the seat on the base.
- Good back support - I feel like it is trendy these days for lot of chairs to have a very pronounced lower back bump. This chair does not have such a bump. It has a nice smooth curve to the back that supports the full back through the mid-upper spine. I personally get very bad upper back tightness, and I hunch over too much. The contour on this chair nicely provides support to keep my upper spine straighter. The back also has a good range of degrees where you can keep it fixed.
- Seat height, seat tilt and back tilt are adjustable.
- seat cushion is pretty good, but not as nice as a high-end Herman Miller chair
- The maximum height is not very high. I am 5' 10", and I am keeping the chair near the maximum height, although I do have longer-than average legs. If you are tall, and have longer legs, then it might not go up high enough for you
- Armrests are a bit flimsy, but they get the job done. I personally don't like keeping my arms on the armrests much because I find it is bad for my posture, but if you really lean on your armrests, then this chair is probably not for you.
- The back does give a little when you lean back on it, but it is minor in my opinion. If you are a very large person though, it might give a bit more.
- It is not designed to have a "lean back" kind of back-rest w/ tension.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased our first chair 18 months ago and it's still as comfortable as day one. Added two more recently for my wife and our son.Published 5 days ago by edfmac
My husband is a graduate student who spends about 15 hours a day at his computer, and he had completely worn out his old chair. Read morePublished 10 days ago by N.J.
The piston failed a little after 2 yrs, and because of the design of the chair its almost impossible to replace.Published 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
Piece of junk hasn't even lasted a year. The middle switch that controls the angle of the seat stopped working less than 4 months after I got it and just broke today so now... Read morePublished 1 month ago by tboy123
Last chair had the seat worn out and killed my tailbone after 30 minutes. Been sitting and working for 4 hours straight this morning after assembling the chair and it is a nice... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joe Morton
A solid, comfortable well-constructed chair that appears to be quite durable. I love that there are multiple knobs and levers that allow me to fine tune the chair to my comfort... Read morePublished 1 month ago by CarmelDC