Important considerations when choosing Modway Edge All Mesh Office Chair In Gray
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 mesh 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: 26.5"L x 27"W x 37 - 41"H Floor to Top of Armrest: 26.5 - 30.5"H Backrest Dimensions: 17"H Base: 26.5"W x 15.5-19"H Maximum Weight Capacity: 265 lbs.
What is the advantage of this Modway Edge All Mesh Office Chair In Gray?
Welcome to a new era in functional comfort. Edge Computer Desk Chair in all-mesh conforms to your every move with a waterfall seat of suspended mesh weave that supersedes the need for foam padding. When combined with an ergonomic mesh back, the result is a breathable construction that keeps you climate-steady all day long. Complete with flip-up vinyl padded armrests, tension control knob, a tilt mechanism that enables you to lock the chair in any position, and a powerful pneumatic lift for height adjustment, the result is a posture perfect chair for any home or office. The Edge Office Chair giving you the comfort you need when you need it most.
Customer reviewsGreat Chair for a Heavy Set Guy. Needs to be built properly.
Great Chair. The chair has performed great and has been very comfortable. The arms being able to go up and down is great as it does not fit under my desk with them down. However it fits great underneath my desk with them up. I'm a heavyset guy High 280's and the chair has held up well. I will say this, it needs to be built SLOWLY. By this I mean: tighten loosely, check the fit, tighten some more, check the fit, then tighten down hard, check the fit, then do a final torque. If you see something not aligning properly, loosen and start again. Most people with problems probably tighten down hard once and call it a day. Wrong move Another tip is to check the chair again after 1 or 2 weeks. This way the chair has settled and positioned into place. At this point, torque everything again.