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Modway Edge Mesh Back and Black Vinyl Seat Office Chair With Flip-Up Arms - Ergonomic Desk And Computer Chair
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- DURABLE OFFICE CHAIR - Featuring a sturdy two tone five-star nylon base with armrests that easily rotate up, Edge is a versatile modern desk chair that offers reliable support for everyday use.
- ERGONOMIC SUPPORT - Featuring a breathable mesh back, lumbar support, and padded waterfall leatherette seat, sit relaxed in a thoughtfully designed chair that adjusts according to your needs.
- OFFICE UPDATE - Refresh your office with a compelling seating choice that makes a sleek and stylish statement. Sitting atop five dual-wheeled casters, glide around any flooring surface with ease.
- SYNCHRONIZED TILT - Complete with synchro tilt and tension control that enables your feet to remain on the ground as you tilt backwards, Edge also features one-touch height adjustment.
- CHAIR MEASUREMENTS - Product Dimensions: 26"L x 26"W x 37-41"H; Armrest Dimensions: 11"L x 3"W x 2.5"H; Backrest: 19"W x 19.5"H; Armrest Height from Seat: 9.5"H; Maximum Weight Capacity: 330 lbs.
- Mesh back and sponge seat covered with mesh fabric
- Seat tilt with tension control
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Welcome to a new era in functional comfort. The Edge office chair combines old time charm with cutting edge ergonomics to deliver one comprehensive seating experience. Every feature imaginable in a chair is available as soon as you sit down. This is a chair that you can conform to behave exactly how you need it. The Edge Office Chair – giving you the comfort you need when you need it most.
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|Color||Black Vinyl||brown||Brown Mesh||Black||Black||Black|
|Item Dimensions||24 x 26.5 x 36 in||43.5 x 28.5 x 26.5 in||26.5 x 24 x 42 in||25.59 x 25.19 x 42 in||22.4 x 25.5 x 36.6 in||24.02 x 25.2 x 40.35 in|
|Material Type||Iron, Plywood, Polypropylene, Nylon, Polyester, Fiber||Leather, Stainless Steel||Fabric||Metal, Plastic, Textile||Mesh||Plastic|
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1) It was $149.99 for the leatherette version (same price as the mesh covering version)
2) Arms flip up, which is useful because I sit very close to the desk.
Construction was very easy and is definitely something anyone should be capable of performing without assistance.
Based on the appearance alone, this chair is astounding for the $149.99 price. It doesn't look cheap at all and you're definitely getting more than what you've paid for (assuming you're paying 149.99). Other brands with similar designs may save you ~20-30 dollars, but those look like garbage in comparison.
After a week of use, here are some things I should mention to potential buyers:
1) The plump cushioning feels like it's starting to sink and I'm only 125 pounds.
2) Leatherette does not breathe, so your butt may stay sweaty.
3) If you're looking for an ergonomic chair, this is mediocre at best. Although the lumbar support is excellent, this chair lacks the ability to adjust the height of the armrests as well as the depth of the seat (luckily, the depth of this seat is comfortable enough for me). However, if you've read this item description, you should already know that the arm rests and seat depth cannot be adjusted.
At its highest setting, the arm rests sits at around 30 inches from the floor and at its lowest height, the armrest sits at ~25.5 inches. Takes these measurements into consideration if you're planning to use a keyboard tray.
Altogether, the quality of this chair is stunning for only $149.99. If you're looking for a truly ergonomic chair, spend some extra money for adjustable arm rests and seat depth (probably in the $300 range). Otherwise, this chair was definitely worth the money and I would recommend it to anyone who does not use arm rests and can risk the seat depth.
The best thing is the curve of support right at the lumbar region. I haven't had another chair do this so effortlessly. I like the mesh back. I also like the fold up arm rests, though they are a bit high for me. I try to consciously sit back, with elbows on the rests and press a bit back to get the good lumbar support. When I remember to do this (rather than leaning forward) I am really quite comfortable.
From the photo, I thought all that fancy silver framework in the back was metal. But it is painted plastic, which is fine. Probably not so cold in the winter.
It was rather hilarious to put the chair together by myself. Here is a tip to attach the back to the seat, which are pieces at very weird angles/curves: Find a box or plastic trash can about 16" high to prop the seat on. Sit on the floor, cradle the back between your legs to try and hold it in place as you attempt to align the top screw holes from one part to the other. It sure isn't easy. I put the top two in first and that kept it together enough to then do the bottom two. The casters are a pain to push in and snap - I've yet to find casters that go in easily on anything I've assembled. You can't really use a hammer to tap them in because of the angle and fear of cracking them. But I finally got them to snap in.
The seat isn't cushy, but it is much more comfortable and thicker than my last mesh back office chair.
If it had come assembled, I'd give it all the stars!
Yes the arm rests do flip out of the way, but I like using the arm rests. With that being said, they are slightly high and when leaning back on the tilt, they get in the way of typing or using a mouse. The chair does seem sturdy (i've only had for a few days). And the swivel and tilt controls seem good. This chair would be good for tilting back and looking up to the sky; not working. The angle of the back is very extreme to the point where it is awkward.
I am returning this chair because it is giving me neck pain; the seat isn't that comfortable; and for the price of 135$, is definitely misleading in terms of comfort. Also the part of the bottom of the seat that screws the back of the chair together isn't symmetric, the chair still attaches; but the seat isn't perpendicular to the back of the chair. Not really noticeable when sitting; but to me is a sign of poorly made / defective.