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Space Seating Mid-Back Professional Big and Tall Conference Chair by Office Star

$960.00 56% Off

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Product Information:

  • Overall: 30" W x 27.25" D
  • Overall Product Weight: 66lbs

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A Man Sized Chair from Cockeysville, MD on 07/24/2014 – Verified Buyer
A comfortable and stylish chair that is well made. I am 6' 4" and 380 lbs and I highly recommend this chair for any one who is 6 foot or taller.
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HIGH QUALITY AND RUGGED CONSTRUCTION from Durham, NC on 12/15/2013 – Verified Buyer
Surprisingly sturdy components with reasonable assembly. Still evaluating personal fit and long-term comfort. Apparently equal to chairs double the price, but time will tell. Considering the size of the structural components, it should last - if the welds, etc. hold up to my 250 pounds. It is guaranteed for significantly more weight.
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Mr . William DeRonda from Lincoln City, OR on 06/09/2014 – Verified Buyer
Came on time . Great chair . Well worth the money . Best computer chair for us ever !
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Love it! from California on 01/06/2014
Someone in my office had this same chair and I was pretty impressed with it and decided to get one for myself. It's comfortable for those long hours of work, rolls smooth and easy, and looks nice. I knew exactly what I was getting so I wasn't surprised or disappointed by anything.
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from New Jersey on 06/17/2013
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from Illinois on 08/05/2012 – Verified Buyer
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