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|Package Dimensions||26 x 24 x 24 inches|
|Item model number||OC-2610-Black|
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BestOffice Ergonomic PU Leather High Back Office Chair, Black
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- Seat Size: 20"(W) x 20"(D)
- Seat height: 19 - 23" adjustable height
- Back size: 20"(W) x 28"(H)
- 360 degree swivel for the chair.
- Weight Limit: 250LB
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This office chair is a steal, and provides extreme comfort whether you are working in an office or just using it home. This soft PU leather is oil and water resistant, and also makes it easy to clean. Armrests come with padding on them to provide extra comfort. This chair is a 360 degree swivel chair. The weight limit for the item is 250 pounds. Comfortable, soft PU leather upholstery with ample padding, oil and water resistence. Comfortable arm rests
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The model was listed as OC-2610-Black, but the model on the box says OC-2610H. Factory Direct Wholesales is printed on the box; and their site lists the model as OC-2610. Although the seller location is GA, the box was shipped from CA...probably drop shipping.
The instructions include a parts list, 6 pictures showing how to assemble the chair, and 3 pictures showing how to adjust the chair. The instructions were easy to follow. All the parts were included, along with a 5mm allen wrench, 2 extra bolts, and an extra bolt cap.
The 5 wheels snapped into the metal base...no problem. The gas cylinder sits in the metal base, and the cylinder dust cover slides over the top of the cylinder (press the cover down around the cylinder rod until it rests on the cylinder base).
The metal mechanism with the lever and seat tilt knob is secured to the bottom of the chair using 4 bolts. Make sure the front end of the base is lined up with the front end of the chair (both are labeled). Screw each bolt in halfway, and then tighten them with the included 5mm allen wrench. Then set the chair on top of the cylinder on the metal base.
So far...easy. The last part could be very frustrating and time consuming, depending on how the holes in your chair line up. To make this last part EASY, do the following:
For the 2 bolts that secure the chair back to the arm rest (one on each side)...
BEFORE you attempt to install the 2 bolts that secure the chair back to the arm rest...
With the back of the chair pushed forward, screw the bolts into the holes. Notice how easily the bolts screw into the holes. They don't require force at all. So, if you use force to screw them, then you may cross-thread the bolts, and that's bad. Just keep in mind that they DO screw in easily, when lined up correctly.
Now that you have a "feel" for how easily the bolts screw in, do the following:
Pop off the cap of the bolt above it with your fingernail, loosen that bolt (#1 in photo) with a 6mm allen wrench, and then screw-in the bottom bolt (#2 in photo) using the supplied 5mm allen wrench. If you do that, then it is EASY to install. Don't tighten the bolts until you do the same thing with the bolts on the other side. Once they are both threaded, then tighten all 4 bolts and push-in all 4 caps.
Loosening the bolt above the bolt that you are trying to install allows you to move the back of the chair a little, and that helps A LOT when trying to line-up the bottom bolt.
Also, when attempting to install the 2 bolts that secure the back of the chair to the arm rest, I found it easier to tilt the chair all the way forward, so that the top of the chair is resting on the floor. See the photo in my review, if this doesn't make sense. This allowed me to put pressure on the area where the back meets the bottom of the chair, which also helped to line-up the bolts. In this position, you can either press down on the chair with your hand, or just sit on it.
The chair can be raised or lowered by lifting the lever on the right side under the chair. The same lever can be pulled out (allows the chair to recline), or pushed in (prevents the chair from reclining). The seat tilt tension knob under the chair can be twisted to the left/clockwise (to make the chair much more difficult to recline--or not recline at all), or twisted to the right/counter-clockwise (to make the chair easier to recline).
FEEL, SUPPORT, SIZE
I am 5' 9" tall and weight about 160 pounds. I do not need to raise the chair. With the chair all the way down, my feet rest flat on the floor. With the chair in this position, it measures about 18 inches from the floor to the top of the seat cushion where my legs hangover. From the area where my legs hangover to where my butt sits, it slopes down; the area where my butt sits is about 1 inch lower than the area where my legs hangover.
I twisted the seat tilt tension knob all the way to the left, so the chair does not recline--that's how I like it. If the seat tilt tension knob under the chair is set to a loose position, then you may notice that the chair has a slight rocking motion. However, if you twist the seat tilt tension knob under the chair to the left/clockwise until it is snug, then the rocking stops. Of course, if you do that, then the chair does not recline much, but it also doesn't rock.
I use the chair at home at my computer desk. I do not roll it around; it sits on top of a chair mat to protect my carpet.
I think the arm rests are positioned just right and they are comfortable (the padding is firm). The bottom seat cushion is very comfortable (not firm); it feels like there is a top/soft layer and a bottom/firm layer. The back of the chair is similar. The bottom and back are bucket seat style, which I like. The chair supports me well.
I was looking for a high back chair for better support.
There is a smell, which is most noticeable when I sit down in the chair (caused by the air in the cushion being pressed out). The smell is not overpowering to me, and it does not smell like gasoline. It's hard to describe what it smells like...plastics/synthetics, I guess. It's typical for new stuff to have a smell; and just like new car smell, it will disappear after a while. It does not bother me. If the smell bothers you, then just eat chilli or baked beans for a few nights and that should take care of it!
All the stitching looks good; nothing is unraveling or coming part. The chair feels solid, sturdy, and well-made.
I am very happy with the comfort, quality, and price.
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It's been about 2 weeks since I wrote this review. The smell is gone.
Now that I've said that, let me also say that this was a bitch to put together. Not at first, but at the end. The last bolt.
People on here have said that it didn't line up for them, but mine lined up just fine. Mind, you have to keep the bolts loose on one end (the metal base attaching to the chair) so the other end lines up.
Don't tighten one after another immediately, only after you've got all 4 bolts in and slightly secured, then tighten them down.
I had this problem on the last bolt in the arm rest attaching to the back of the chair. It was lined up, but apparently not enough. I had to lay this on it's side and grapple with lining it up perfectly, then applied pressure and got the bolt in. I now hate Allen wrenches.
Now onto the chair itself. It doesn't say anywhere on the product page that this sucker can lean back! I've always loved those kind of chairs and didn't know this one did it, until I sat down to find I could rock back and forth. YES!! That was a nice find. The chair is very comfortable for me as I am a book cover artist and am constantly at my desk. The bit of chair in the small of my back is great and the chair back is tall. It's damn near the top of my head. I'm 5'7 nearly 5'8" and my feet dangle just slightly when it's at its full height. I have a tall desk, so it's great for that!
The chair is heavy, once fully assembled. And I won't lie that some reviews are right and that it does smell slightly of gasoline at first, but I got rid of that with some Febreze extra strength that I had around.
Overall it's a great chair, despite being surprised at how much the shipping was, it was worth it. We'll see if I continue to say that after a few months.
I've had the chair now for three days and it is functional but after the first few hours working at my desk, I started to experience progressive lower back pain due to the lack of lumbar support. You can probably fix this by getting one of those mesh supports, but why not just get an ergonomically correct chair to begin with? The back of the chair doesn't stay fully upright if you apply pressure by reclining. This may be correctable by making an adjustment, but unfortunately, it does not remedy the back support issue.
To sum it up, this is a decent chair for the price you pay as long as you consider the caveats beforehand.
1) Easy to assemble (20 minutes tops).
2) Reclines comfortably.
3) Adjustable seat that you can move vertically to suit.
4) Swivels very smoothly.
1) Almost no lumbar support.
2) Very painful to sit in for long periods when working over a desk.
3) Cheap material (faux leather)
4) Back of the chair does not resist reclining.
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STAY AWAY FROM THIS CHAIR IT WILL CAUSE DAMAGE TO YOUR LEGS AND HIPS