Contoured design with firm cushions gives adequate spine support. Offers a higher weight capacity than most executive chairs. Well-made casters roll smoothly, even across carpeted areas. Consumers rave about the firm, ergonomic armrests. Side lever makes seat height easy to adjust.
Some consumers aren’t impressed with the intensity and power of the built-in massager.
Ergonomic padding supports not only the back but also the shoulders and backs of knees with ample cushioning. Swivel mechanism is smooth and fairly quiet. Fine details, such as plastic covers that go over screws, give the chair a high-end appearance. Available in three colors.
Cushioning often gets lumpy, and the shell materials may peel in high-friction areas.
High back support supports the head and neck while using the computer. Curved arm supports help reduce unnecessary strain.
Fabric can start to tear after heavy use.
Extra thick foam and oversize padding offers extra comfort when sitting at a desk or computer for long periods of time.
Comes with a premium price tag.
Well-engineered design with a steel frame. Thick PU leather is skin-friendly and resists tears. Ergonomic design features pronounced neck and lumbar cushions. More stability and versatility in rocking and tilting than most, as it offers up to 180 degrees of recline.
Chair isn’t available in a single solid color, which some consumers say detracts from its professional appearance.
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