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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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Top Customer Reviews
1. Don't buy any chair without first sitting in one (like some previous reviewers did and then rated it low). There are so many individual preferences and body shapes that it's just plain foolish not to make sure you get something that fits.
2. I bought this chair locally from a reputable office furniture store. Since I had to pay tax it cost me about $60 more than the best price online. However this product has a lifetime warranty on the frame and 5 years on the fabric and if something goes wrong I won't have any of the nightmares expressed in other reviews. I'll just drop it off at the furniture store and let them deal with it. To me that's worth $60 not to mention the argument of supporting local merchants that enabled me to try this chair in the first place. That service alone is also worth an additional $60. If you try out the chair at a struggling local merchant (which all are these days), then buy it online to save $60, and then whine when you need a warranty service provided - too bad. Please note that many of the bad reviews are related to just such a scenario.
3. The arms do adjust ridiculously high (much more than you would ever need) but except for those with unusually short arms, I can't visualize the shortest position being uncomfortable or not fitting under a normal sized desk. Maybe I'm wrong - another reason to sit in the chair before buying.
4. I'm using this chair at home where I sometimes watch movies on my computer screen in a fully supported reclining position and therefore wanted the headrest. If you rarely would use your office chair reclined then you don't need the headrest and should consider the version without.
5. Someone complained about the chair being too narrow and barely fitting. At 210 lbs. I consider myself average width, if not above average, and have plenty of room to spare on the sides. If this chair barely fits your width you need to consider custom made furniture.
6. Some earlier versions of the chair had mechanical issues that have since been fixed. It's a good question to ask your reputable local merchant who would have the most experience in chair warranty issues.
7. The armrests don't recline along with the rest of the chair. That's the only negative statement I can agree with. However, I didn't run across any chair under $1000 where they do and the $1000 chairs I tried did not fit me well in the upright or reclined positions. I'm not sure it's fair to deduct stars from a $600 chair because it can't do what much more expensive chairs can do.
Bottom line: Read between the lines of every bad review and you'll find the person buying the chair was at fault for their misfortunes. This is a great chair and should be considered by anyone in the height range mentioned above.
First, I've owned this chair for all of about 35 minutes now. It takes about 15 minutes to assemble (including unpacking time). The only tool you really need, I believe is a 5 or 5.5mm hex wrench and if you have either a drill-bit or socket attachment for it--highly recommend. Obviously you wanna take it easy when you're finally getting the bolts (only 6 (in 3 pairs) are used for complete assembly and it comes with a spare for each type) to be properly seated.
- Pro: The extra hardware included but it arouses suspicions as to why they included it...no faith in integrity of the design??? But it's there--so there's that and I'm happy about it because if I need it--it'll be nice to have on-hand but if I do end up needing it, for the $600+ price tag, I am not going to be a satisfied consumer.
- Pro: immediately-noticeable comfort
- arm rests have yaw adjustment range and vertical height adjustment range
- lumbar support has vertical adjustment range along with tilt/pitch adjustment
- seat has depth adjustment range along with tilt/pitch control and standard vertical height adjustment
- headrest has vertical adjustment range and tilt/pitch control as well.
- SUMMARY--this thing WILL let you find your sweet spot in terms of comfortably-supported posture
- Pro: LIFETIME WARRANTY, this is prolly what justifies the $600+ price tag.
- Con: the casters are 100% plastic except the pivot shaft...which is kinda like "seriously?" for $600+ USD and complete plastic? I know it's standard fare for the wheels to be some kinda plastic but even the mount assembly? I have suspicions about the durability of this product, right out of the box.
- Con: the arm covers, it's the typical foam that has a surface treatment to operate like a jacket but it's all one piece. My concern is that the support frame, which the arm rest covers, doesn't support it that well going forward. I know people tend to use the arm rests to kind of lift themselves into standing when leaving the seated position so I definitely see that causing advanced wear and suffering inevitable breakage just do to the inadequate support, I would say the internal support frame supports 85% of the arm rest cover with 2% hanging off the rear, negligible and understandable, and about 13% ish unsupported toward the very front tip.
I've seen lots of office chairs with worn arm rests. Iunno what to even think about that. Like nobody has come up with an intelligent design to defeat the majority of wear in that area?
Anyway, so far I am enjoying it and I hope it will support my posture proper 'cause I just started going to school full-time online (hence purchase).
I hope this helps you guys in terms of what to expect with the purchase.
It's sturdy. It's heavy. Adjusted all the way down, it sits a little higher than my previous chair. The range of adjustments for the arm rests is great. The mesh does keep me cooler on those hot Phoenix afternoons with my PC generating heat right next to me. In general, it's a very comfortable chair so far.
There are two things I'd change if I could. The main thing I find lacking is the number of positions available for tilting (reclining) the back rest. All the way up, I feel like it's pushing me forward more than I want. The next step back is too far back. I believe there are a total of 4 possible positions. More positions would have been better. A smaller complaint, since the back reclines but the seat stays in a fixed position, it's less comfortable than my previous chair for kicking back with my feet up on the desk during a conference call.
UPDATE 12/6/14: I've had the chair for a couple months over a year now and it's still like new. There's no visible wear and tear, no squeaks, rattles or any indication of anything loosening. The material on the seat and back have't faded or worn in any way that I can see. I'm still very happy with this purchase.