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Giantex High Back PU Leather Ergonomic Office Chair, White
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- Color: Black/White
- Load Capacity: 264 LBS
- Tested For:120-150 Kg(264-330lbs) Dynamic State
- Seating Area Dimension: 20.8" X 20.4" ;Height From Ground To Seating Area: 18"-22"
- Back Rest Height From Seat: 31";Overall Dimension: 25.5" X 29.5" X 44"-48"
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|Item Dimensions||—||13.75 x 29 x 25.5 in||27.56 x 30.71 x 45.08 in||61 x 114 x 70 in|
|Material Type||—||Metal, Leather||leather||Foam, Fabric, PU Leather, Metal, Plywood|
Top Customer Reviews
The only negative is that the silver areas in the picture are not metal, it is actually plastic. This is the only reason for the 4 star rating.
Excellent lean back feature can enjoy my movies and shows peaceful
thank you best investment i made compare to the ikea chairs!
When we got the chairs, we were happy that they were relatively easy to put together. The arms on the chairs were a little difficult, but overall it wasn't a terrible experience. When we were putting them together, we got the idea to mix and match them. Surprisingly, this actually worked out extremely well. People love these chairs!
They are very comfortable, very well made, and they really bring personality to our conference room. You can't go wrong with these chairs. We are very happy and you'll be also.
- Great to lean back in
- I liked the way it looked
- the angle of the back to the seat is way too significant for proper desk posture: Look at the picture, the lower back has a large bulb, but above that, the angle is at about 10 degrees from vertical (on mine) and there is a slight additional lean back from the distance between neutral vertical and where the lean-back lock engages. This is all fine if you enjoy leaning back as you work, but its been straining my neck to account for the angle. See attached photo.
- The metal piece that connects the back to the seat worries me: as mentioned in at least one other post, this piece has made significant cracking noises for me. I'm 170 pounds which doesn't justify the noise this makes. Maybe this piece is defective which might account for the above issue. Regardless, its something to note.
- The padding, like my feelings about this chair, are deflated: Like I said, I've only had this chair for 2 months and the padding in the seat has already created a nice U-shape while the lower back support bulb has also deflated significantly. I just feel squished and uncomfortable in this chair now. This may be because I am too skinny for the chair and my weight isn't evenly distributed across the padding.
- Seam in the back already ripped: admittedly it came up against some friction its not intended for, but its still disappointing that it didn't even take one rough rub against the desk
- A lot of people said setup was super simple (and it was), but I've had office chairs of the same type that were easier than this (unfold back, add arm rests, add wheels). Just wanted to mention that it took longer and required more effort than my existing data points.
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