|Item Weight||52.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||25.5 x 41.5 x 29.5 inches|
|Item model number||HVL705.VM10|
|Assembled Height||41.5 inches|
|Assembled Width||29.5 inches|
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HON Wave Big and Tall Executive Chair - Mesh Office Chair with Adjustable Arms, Black (VL705)
- BREATHABLE MESH EXECUTIVE CHAIR: This work chair's mesh seat back and sandwich mesh cushion with two layers of padding keep your body happy and cool so you can concentrate on work
- ERGONOMIC ADJUSTMENTS: Let this comfortable office chair take care of your body while you work with an easy, adjustable recline, customizable lower back support and pneumatic height adjustment
- ADJUSTABLE ARMS: Give your neck and back a break; these adjustable-height and width arms move up and down, and toward and away from the body to adapt to your body
- ON THE MOVE: Pull up to your computer desk, swivel around to collaborate with your teammate, or wheel over to the snack area for a quick break with this five-star resin base and durable wheels
- DURABLE HIGH BACK CHAIR: We use only high-quality materials to keep your chair rolling for years but keep you covered with the HON 5-year Limited Warranty just in case something goes wrong
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From the manufacturer
Tailor made for people of any size or height
Adjustable lumbar support provides comfort and a personalized fit.
360 degree swivel
Swivels over the base, allowing user to remain seated while retrieving items from the active work zone.
Adjustable height and width arms
Raises and lowers arms, while also moving in and out, reducing shoulder, neck and back strain.
basyx by HON HVL705
- 42.88 H x 30.25 W x 25.63 D inches
- Chair weights 53 pounds
- 450 pound weight capacity
- Backed by the basyx by HON limited 5-year warranty
This HON Wave big and tall executive high-back chair with mesh has center-tilt with lock and tension control. The upholstery, knee tilt control, adjustable lumbar support, and height- and width-adjustable arms give this chair an upscale feel at a compelling price. Seat upholstery color is Black and back mesh color is Black.
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Built like a tank - extremely strong. Could not see anyone breaking this thing.
Seat firm yet soft enough to be comfortable
Adjustable arm height
Adjustable arm width
Uncomfortable for me - no matter how I adjusted the lumbar support I always got bad back pain after a couple of hours. My back just didn't like the soft mesh and small hard lumbar.
Lumbar occasionally loosens up and moves even after tightened due to poor design.
Back does not move independently of seat
Arm tops are concave instead of convex. While this was comfortable with arms entirely on chair, with arms on keyboard the convex shape created an unstable sensation.
Seat squeaks incessantly if the tilt lock is at anything but the loosest setting. This may have been a defect with my chair but I saw another review mention it.
Seat back frame surrounding mesh is a hard plastic, which is uncomfortable at the top especially.
Overall what was supposed to be an ergonomic experience was far less comfortable than any office chair I've ever sat in. I can see the merit in the strength of the materials use, but it was not something I could sit in for an extended period of time, plus it had some defects in design on top of it as mentioned above. Not recommended.
Assembly was very easy. Pop in the casters, bolt on the armrests, frame, and back; finally set the lift cylinder in the caster assembly and put the seat on top of that. Done. I used the shipping box (turned upside down) as a narrow work bench. I laid the seat upside down on the box with the front facing away, and bolted everything on. The box was perfect for that and quite sturdy. Also during assembly you should note that There is a nice little tag on the bottom of the seat that says "front." I missed that initially until I had attached one of the arm rests.
The screws and a hex key (allen wrench) are all on a flat cardboard backed package. The screws appear to have some thread lock compound on them which can make them a little difficult to turn. On one screw I nearly crossed the threads because the thread lock was all of the way down to the end of the screw. If you are a smaller person, or have low hand strength then you may have some difficulty tightening up the screws.
I've found this chair to be very comfortable for all day use. My last char was slightly more comfortable in the seat, but was wobbly and pinched the outside of my legs. So overall I find this chair much more comfortable. And there's absolutely zero wobble.
The angle of the back is also perfect for me, as it's nearly straight up. Most chairs, including other big/tall chairs make me feel like I'm lounging. This one supports my back in a position of good posture without causing back strain. Nor do I use the lumbar support (slides down and out of the way) but it's there if I need it. I feel more productive because of the back angle.
Two caveats that I would like to note are;
First, the arm rests are about a half inch too short for me. It's not much of an issue since I have my hands on the keyboard most of the time.
Second, when you tilt the chair back, it does so by dropping the back down rather than rocking the entire seat back. I prefer the drop down, but others may prefer the rock back style.
Overall I think that this chair seems well built, comfortable, and worth the money I paid for it. Of course, that will be influenced by how well it holds up in the coming years.
The one complaint I have is the quality of the armrests seem to be sub par, the cushioning material started to break off not too long after I purchased it but it stopped shortly afterward...there's a couple chunks missing but otherwise it's still intact.