What to look for in HON Height-Adjustable T-Arm?
ADJUSTABLE ARMS: This set of 2 T-shaped arms for use with Hon's Volt series of task chairs will keep your upper body comfortable and supported all day long POLYURETHANE: We craft our arms out of high quality molded polyurethane so they last for years to come but keep you covered with our HON 5-year Limited Warranty just in case something goes wrong EASILY ADJUSTABLE: Use the side levers to easily adjust the arm height to suit your specific needs VARIABLE HEIGHT: These height adjustable arms measure 12 inches wide by 6-1/2 inches deep by 11 inches high VOLT COMPATIBLE: Level up your Volt Task Chair with these height-adjustable arms and customize your chair for your personal comfort
What is the advantage of this HON Height-Adjustable T-Arm?
With a wide range of adjustments for personal comfort, distinctive styling, and a complete family of task seating that works wherever you do.
Raises or lowers the seat to fit people of all sizes.
Controls the amount of resistance felt as you lean back, accommodating a variety of task and body types.
Locks the chair in an upright working posture.
Raises or lowers arms, reducing shoulder, neck, and back strain.
Allows the chair to recline effortlessly promoting movement and comfort throughout the workday.
Allows seat and back to recline at different rates, supporting a more ergonomic posture.
Volt seating from HON offers upscale style, full-scale comfort and impressive quality at a surprisingly affordable price. Add support to your Volt chair with these molded polyurethane arms. These height-adjustable arms deliver upper body and shoulder support plus are easy to install. The easy-to-use adjustments put personalized comfort within reach. To look sharp, stay comfy and pay less, look to Volt.
Customer reviewsCould be nice ... but NOT DURABLE
"Easy to attach. Sturdy. Adjustable," was my initial review. But I'm having to change it from 5 stars to 1 because after only one year and one month of very light use, and never abuse, the foam covering on one arm has split where it meets the edge of its internal support structure. And I'm having to retitle it "NOT Durable." What started as a tiny crack in the foam has grown to an inch and a half in no time at all, so the arm covering is going to deteriorate completely. They are too expensive to replace every year. And the thought of wrapping them in duct tape to stop the crack is not at all appealing