|Item Weight||13 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18.5 x 23 x 32.2 inches|
|Item model number||XU-CH-60096-BN-BAS-GG|
|Assembled Height||32.25 inches|
|Assembled Width||18.5 inches|
|Assembled Length||23 inches|
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Flash Furniture HERCULES Series 18.5''W Church Chair in Brown Fabric with Book Rack - Gold Vein Frame
- Multipurpose Church Chair
- 800 lb. Weight Capacity
- Durable Brown Fabric Upholstery
- Book Pouch on Back
- 4'' Thick Seat with 4.25'' Thick Waterfall Edge
- Waterfall Seat promotes healthy blood flow
- 16 Gauge Steel Frame
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This beautiful church chair will keep your guests comfortable whether you're hosting an all-day seminar, serving a 10 course meal or delivering your most inspirational sermon. This chair offers an advantage over pew seating with the flexibility of creating different seating configurations.The chair's cushioned back and 4 inch thick seat are generously padded with CA117 fire retardant foam and covered in durable fabric upholstery. The seat has a waterfall edge that reduces pressure on your attendees' legs. A convenient book pouch on the back of the chair keeps seminar materials, bibles or hymn books readily available and a book rack under the seat gives everyone a place to store their personal belongings. Built-in ganging brackets connect your chairs and maintain nice, straight rows. Its sturdy 16 gauge steel, gold vein frame, with gracefully angled legs, has been tested to hold up to 800 pounds and plastic rocker glides protect your floor by sliding smoothly when you need to move the chair.This Church Chair is an excellent option for hotel lobbies, banquet halls, conference facilities and worship centers.
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|Color||Brown Fabric/Gold Vein Frame||Gray Fabric/Silver Vein Frame||Navy Blue Fabric/Silver Vein Frame||Navy Blue Fabric/Silver Vein Frame|
|Item Dimensions||23 x 18.5 x 32.25 in||21 x 25 x 33 in||24.75 x 21 x 33 in||24.75 x 21 x 33 in|
|Material Type||Metal And Fabric||Fabric||Steel||MetalFabric|
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Cant beat the price for what you get. Its not a movie chair to watch streams on for hours and hours, but for a computer user looking for a nice, cheap chair that wont make your back sweat, you found it!
I'm 6'1" 170lbs with average leg and torso length relative to my height. I don't have any back, joint or other spinal pains or problems. I'm not an overly picky person.
The assembly process is VERY simple. For those who care, the arm-rests are plastic (including the circular chrome caps).
I find that the chair is fairly comfortable to sit on for up to two hours at a time, but it's not great for extended periods. I can see where the cushion might not be adequate for either a heavier person or someone with a boney butt. It also does a decent job of promoting good posture. With that being said, it has a much firmer back with less forgiveness than I expected from mesh. It seems to be of reasonably good construction and I would expect that it could handle someone 100lbs heavier than myself. Overall I'd say it's good for the price, but nothing special. If I spent a lot of time in this chair I might consider looking at something better, but for a chair that is used only an hour or so each day on average it works well for me.
UPDATE AFTER 2+ YEARS:
Back in late 2014 I started working from home much more frequently. Over a 4-6 month period of spending 11+ hrs/day in the chair 2-3 days a week the cushion is nearly useless. Over the months it's worn down to now feeling like sitting on a quilt covering a piece of ply wood. It's really to the point where I'll be investing in a good cushion for it or a better chair.
I have a few other gripes, including the arms and the pneumatic gas cylinder piston lift. The left arm keeps coming loose, so I have to keep my Allen wrench handy at my desk. The bolts don't seem stripped, they just seem to keep coming loose and have to be tightened every few days. Also, if I unlock the tilt control using the switch under the seat and try to lean back, the piston lift gives a little and I sink down an inch. This continues to happen each time I lean back until the piston is completely retracted.
Other than that, chair was a breeze to put together. I broke down my old high back office chair and built this new chair in approx. 45 minutes.
Luckily I bought this chair so I could quickly have something to sit on while I take my time to find a nice chair upgrade. Maybe I'll even switch back to a standing desk.
Definitely not recommended since it's just a poor quality chair, but it gives me a place to put my butt for now.