Chair swivels a full 360 degrees and tilts anywhere from 90 to 180 degrees with a lock if you don't want to tilt. Also includes adjustable arm rests, a high back to support your head and neck, and lumbar support. Supports up to 250 pounds.
The chair is a little difficult to assemble and some of the padding is a little thin.
Swivels a full 360 degrees and has a removable headrest and lumbar support pillow so you can adjust however you want. Tilts up to 160 degrees and locks as well. Supports up to 225 pounds.
Difficult to assemble and can get wobbly over time.
Can adjust to 5 different tilt positions. Has a sturdy steel frame with a cover made of microfiber. Sturdy and comfortable to sit in.
Not big enough to support larger people.
Reclines from 90-150 degrees and locks in a range. Headrest and lumbar support are removable if you wish. Arm rests and height are also adjustable. Easy to assemble.
Narrow design isn't comfortable for all sizes.
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