|Item Weight||52.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||29.1 x 26.8 x 14.6 inches|
|Item model number||ALEMX4517|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||ALEMX4517|
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Alera ALEMX4517 Merix Series Mesh Big/Tall Mid-Back Swivel/Tilt Chair, Black
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- Aesthetically stylish for superior sitting experience for users up to 450 lbs
- Breathable fabric mesh back with super cushioned mesh fabric seat
- Integrated lumbar support encourages ideal back posture
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Aesthetically stylish for superior sitting experience for users up to 450 lbs. breathable fabric mesh back with super cushioned mesh fabric seat. integrated lumbar support encourages ideal back posture. removable padded armrests offer soft support. durable, heavy-duty base with casters.
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|Item Dimensions||26.8 x 29.13 x 14.57 in||30 x 25 x 38 in||29 x 29 x 42.75 in||29.25 x 30 x 44 in||25.2 x 28.35 x 16.54 in||50 x 31 x 50 in|
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I put it together, by myself in about 40 minutes. No issues with bolts stripping. All hand tightened well.
One reviewer talks about excessive outgassing but i did not notice any odor at all and I am pretty sensitive.
I have a 30" with a keyboard tray and i am able to position myself comfortably. I have worked 2 10 hr days in the chair and I really feel like I could have sat a few more hours. I do use a foot rest but i don't have the chair at its lowest position.
It would be nice if it had front to back movement of the arm rest but they seem fine for me
All in all a great, sturdy and comfortable chair for a great price.
Assembly was easy with the following tips:
The screws are better facilitated with a ratcheting socket wrench and a 12mm socket.
The wheels will go into the legs easier if you wiggle them side to side while pressing down.
When assembling the backrest, with the 4 screws to the chair, tighten the two screws nearer to the center post first. If you tighten the others first, there is a tendency for the backrest to lean too far forward making the chair a bit uncomfortable.
When assembling the armrests, left and right are oriented as when you are sitting in the chair.
I got this chair this afternoon, so this review is obviously preliminary, but so far I am very impressed. I'm a 6'2" male with a shirt size of 20, 38-39 so that should give you a good point of reference. I'll cut to the chase:
EXCEEDINGLY simple assembly - I admit that I was a light line mechanic for several years before and during college so that should be kept in mind. However, comparing this chair to other assembly projects this is a snap. From sealed in the box to supporting my butt in about 15 minutes. The only tool necessary was the supplied hex key.
Comfort - I have a chair at my office that I like very much, but it was about 5 times more expensive than this one. I bought this chair for my home office where I work approximately 20 hours per week. We'll see if this cushion holds up as well as my other chair, but so far it's every bit as comfortable. The padding is contoured in a way that distributes pressure on the legs well at the edge of the seat so I feel like that stress point I have experienced in other chairs will not be an issue. This will be subject to the test of time. The mesh back is comfy and breathable, and the lumbar support is especially appreciated when leaning back. Arm rests are comfortable and vertically, though not horizontally, adjustable. Again, I'm a big man but there is lots of room in the middle however, so I don't miss the horizontal adjustment.
Style - this is a good looking chair. It's not the big gaudy executive-style chair, so if that's what you want, move on. It doesn't look cheap either; it's function over fashion, but to an extreme.
Price - this too will have to tested against the clock, but so far I would be happy having paid another $100 or more for this chair. At $199 it seems like a steal. The office box stores have "big and tall" chairs for this price and up that I know from experience are cheaply-constructed pieces of garbage. It was apparent to me before even sitting in this chair that the Alera Merix450 is built better than its competitors in the stores.
Sound - so far no noise. I noticed this was an issue for someone in the questions section. I will update this as I continue to use the chair.
My only complaint thus far is the casters. I have hardwood floors and I find that instead of correctly orienting themselves by spinning so they can roll in the right direction, some of them just slide sideways instead of rolling. I'm hoping with a little wear this will not continue, and if it does I'll try a little grease or oil. If that doesn't fix the problem I guess I will just try to be cautious about not scooting around in this chair on my hardwoods.