What’s important to look for in High Back Mesh Desk Chair?
MULTIFUNCTIONAL: This mesh office chair has many adjustable functions to help you find a comfortable position. After long hour working, you can lean on the backrest to relax your head and waist and relieve your tiredness. HIGH QUALITY: The high-back mesh of our chair is ventilated and breathable, and also offers enough space for you to bend. Breathable mesh material on this swivel table chair keeps your back and leg cool and comfortable EASY MOVEMENT: Five wheels on the sturdy base can help you freely and flexibly move in your office or home study. ADJUSTABLE HEIGHT: Height of the chair can be adjusted, to meet your demands for fitting your desk and table. EASY ASSEMBLY: In the kit there is an instruction on which the assembly takes as little time as possible
What is the advantage of this High Back Mesh Desk Chair?
This black mesh high back chair is perfect to fit your home or executive office. With 360 swivel casters and seat, you can move everywhere when you are working. The seat with pneumatic gas system is height-adjustable. Plus, its back can be adjusted to an angle and locked for stretching your body when you are resting. Add it to your cart now. High quality and brand new Mesh high back with curved streamlined offers support for your waist Adjustable height and inclination backrest to meet your comfort need Inclination-adjustable pillow and height-adjustable gas bar 360 degree rotation 5 castors for greater stability Cotton seat makes you comfortable Solid construction Large load capacity Durable, beautiful and professional design Simple assembly required
Customer reviewsYou need 'em but you can't trust 'em
To be fair, I use these to put up smooth-finish Hardiplank and that may be the hardest to support securely. But these things slip when holding the weight of a full 12-foot-long board and there's no sweet spot where the levers are just tight enough but not too tight, as the instructions warn against. So put them near the ends of the board you're hanging and check at one end just before nailing at that end. Then check at the other end just before nailing there because vibration from the first shot will cause the second gauge to slip. Then nail off between the two ends. Don't forget the flashing at the free end. Slippage that happens while nailing from end to end causes board ends to sag and not align along the wall. In fact, don't just trust the gauges measure, too, before nailing.