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Union And Scale Mesh Chair Seat
The fabric covering the seat is a thin nylon type material, wondering if it will snag easily. Very comfortable, easily adjustable ( seat, arm rests, height ). Having wheels makes movement between sewing machine and work table so much easier. Attractive design, assembles easily everything is clearly marked. Staples delivery was timely Chair was all that was promised, assembled easily, and works as promised. I ordered a brand new chair and had the store staff assemble it. Searched for a long time to find a comfortable chair to use at my sewing machine that is in a cabinet. Adjustable height on the arms is a big plus. Did my sciatica scream the minute I sat down in the chair! Provides good support for proper posture at the desk, seems sturdy and well designed.Summary of negative reviews:
Union And Scale Mesh Chair Pads
Featuring a height adjustment lever, this Union & Scale™ Essentials fabric and mesh task chair provides convenient customization options to maximize your comfort. Essentials, a collection by Union & Scale™ Comes in black and features a mesh back and fabric seat Adjustable seat height, tilt tension, and tilt lock.
Seat tilts slightly forward and is not adjustable. The lumbar support design is flawed, or this chair is defective, and the lumbar support rotates and digs into my back. Price was reasonable and delivery was prompt. I added a lumbar pillow and added a seat cushion, and the seat is now passable. When I sit down the bar is in a odd position and it hits me like a pinched nerve everytime. After several months of using it in an at-home office, most of the foam in the seat as moved away from the middle and is no longer that comfortable. I bought this chair for home use a couple months ago. I purchased this chair about 5 months ago. The arms are also too far forward and too large for my arms to rest comfortably without having to hunch forward and strain my shoulders. It is too big for someone 5 ’ 3 and under.