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Thursday, July 20, 2017
-Nice Seating material
-Poor quality control -Loose parts that needed to be fixed -Plastic parts don't fit -Provided wood screws instead of machine screws to install plastic caps -Damaged in shipping (Gas shock broke it's own dust cover, Wheel base with deep scratch) -Arm Rests are to far apart even when adjusted as close as possible -Back rest is slightly crooked and offset to one side about 1/2" -$300 premium over regular PU version
I personally would've gone for the PU version, but Memory Express weren't selling that model yet. $300 mistake. And I would of been more accepting of the short comings. If you are still set on this type of chair here are some notes: -At 5'10. My feet just touches the floor on the chairs lowest setting. -Chair feels similar to the Thermal Take GT Comfort, in size and firmness. Calgary NE has a demo of this chair AFAIK. Which should help give you an idea how this would feel in comparison.
Friday, July 14, 2017
By: John Chow
From: Vancouver BC
Firm padding, like really firm, if you like firm chairs. Really big. Good modest styling. Very smooth rollers.
Sub par build quality. Very expensive. Leather sheen is really dull even though the description says "Its real black leather immaculately shines". Bad quality control (lots of defects on mine) (eg. zipper on the back side was not zipped properly (2 teeth went into one slot), there was a line indented across a whole piece of leather, there was stitching sticking out of the plastic cap for the hole by the head rest, the rubber sheathing around the backrest lever looked like it was on chewed)
Definitely not worth the price tag, for something thats suppose to be premium, the build quality, and quality control seems very poor. It looks good from a certain distance, but when you take closer look you can tell the build quality doesn't add up to the price. I bought my online and special ordered it so I didn't see it before I bought it, my best advise here is to see the build of the chair in person, and confirm to yourself if the "premium" price tag is worth this "not so premium" chair.