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Ergohuman High Back Swivel Chair with Headrest, Black Mesh & Chrome Base
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- Back angle adjustment with 3 position tilt-lock adjusts easily - lock the chair back into place in one of three positions, or simply use the tension control adjustment to control the amount of force to recline or sit up straight
- Pneumatic cylinder raises and lowers chair quickly
- Back, seat cushion, and headrest all adjust to fit an array of users and accommodate their individual needs
- Contoured, height adjustable lumbar support provides long-term comfort
- Synchro-tilt mechanism and seat depth adjustment ensure users sit correctly and get the support they need, whether sitting upright or reclining
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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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|Item Dimensions||27.5 x 26 x 51 in||26 x 24 x 44.5 in||27 x 24.75 x 43.25 in||29.05 x 23.63 x 44.5 in||27 x 28 x 38.25 in||21 x 20 x 19 in|
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1. Comfortable to sit in for extended hours. Can adjust to fit most body sizes, although I don't have any medical issues such as i.e, bad back, or nerve issues. Was able to adjust to be somewhat comfortable, however not a perfect fit.
2. Fairly easy to assemble, the controls are ingenuous in design, therefore you are not searching for the control lever needed to make an adjustment. Solid construction and materials appear to be of good quality.
1. The arms are slightly too wide apart. They do angle to accommodate, but I find my arms are not resting at a natural angle. The detente in the arms should require more pressure to move as stated in other reviews. I accidentally move them when sitting, minor annoyance.
2. The seat does slide forward and back to give proper support to your thigh, but when moved fully forward you end up sitting on the hard edge on the frame on aft section of the seat. I do keep the seat as far forward as possible without hitting the frame, but that still leaves an 4 - 6" gap from the back of my knee to the edge of the chair which should be less than 1-3 " according to most ergonomic statements. For me I do need a longer seat or at least goes further back. However, the chair height is perfect, fully raised I am at the idea position for sitting at the desk which is raised for my height.
3. One component with other chairs that I wish this one had, is the ability for the seat to move as you tilt back or forward to keep good posture.
4. The mesh on the chair is somewhat tacky / sticky (for lack of a better word) when new, but get better as you break-in the chair.
Conclusion: The chair is not a panacea for all, but has compromises that make it a good mid range chair for most. Overall, I am pleased with the purchase considering design, comfort and price point.
Look at the picture of Doris Day and Miley Cyrus and this is just 60 years ago.
This chair put me in pain and it encourages poor sitting habits. I didn't realize this until I became so frustrated with back pain took classes on back pain and correct posture (Gokhale Method). This chair is going to the goodwill..
This chair is either a beautiful disastrous failure of ergonomic engineering, or it's simply designed for someone who is at LEAST 6'1" tall and Ergohuman doesn't bother to be up front about that. I'm not short, I'm a 6' tall / 130lbs female with decent (enforced) 'workstation posture'-- even at the LOWEST setting, the chair is too high for my thighs to be at 90 degree angle with the floor. Okay, fine. I wasn't happy about having to accommodate a $650 chair, but again, I wanted this to work. Unfortunately, that wasn't the only problem. At the LOWEST setting, the arm rests push my shoulders up about 2" too high (into a painful pinch). It gets worse. The arm rests are so far apart that no matter how I adjust them forward/back or rotate the front side-to-side, I cannot get my elbows within 6" of my body and they are always at least an inch too high to be "hanging"/resting comfortably. God, it hurts just typing this and I can't wait to be done with it so I can get out of this chair. How do I know it's the arm rests? Well, because the second I take my elbow off, the pain practically disappears. So...what, then? Don't use the arm rests? Another accommodation for my $650 chair, one that I knew was completely against all ergonomic guidelines. I tried it anyway. For 6 hours. The furious screeching pain which developed in the back of my arms and the front of my neck from doing that was a real eye-opener. Still, I wanted to love the chair, so I griped about it and carried on, fidgeting away.
This is where the headrest should kick ass, right? For a second, maybe. But, there's no "direct" lumbar support on the chair, so you relax back right into a horrid curve and your head forces forward. Ouch AGAIN.
*** An important note: When I said the chair has no lumbar support, I meant that there is no traditional bump/cushion where most people's lumbar curve is expected to be positioned when seated. This chair is designed to encourage your pelvis forward (like sitting up on a ball or on a horse), which will in turn encourage a nice curve in your lumbar area. Once I figured this out (from looking at where the example pictures guy was placing the backrest relative to his body), I was very impressed--that part feels really good. Way better than some cushion "thing" forcing your spine around for you. Anyone who is complaining about a) lack of lumbar support, or b) the lumbar support being too hard, is not adjusting this chair correctly. Chances are, you are trying to place that bottom part so that it's middle aligned level with your navel--it doesn't go there. It should be placed at a level where the TOP of that section is at or slightly below your navel. Once you get it right, you'll see what I mean. ***
Fortunately, the seat depth mechanism broke on the third week after I ordered the chair. It won't stay in place, I have to try to lock it back to the first setting (because the higher settings are, huge surprise, also designed for 6'1" tall and up), and it clicks forward the moment I sit down. And it slides around back and forth an inch or two. I'm so glad that it broke, I probably would have kept the chair out of stubbornness because I haven't found anything 'better', and inevitably sulked hat-in-hand back to my $200 office chair (which doesn't seem nearly as uncomfortable now).
A final farewell to the chair: I'll miss looking at you when I walk into my office every morning. I'll miss remarking on how solidly you are built and how much better you are than that Aeron I tried for a week. I don't look forward to dismantling you and packing you up, but I do wish you all the best with your future extremely tall owner.
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Sturdy and dependable.