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Realspace® PRO 15000 Series Big & Tall High-Back Chair, Black/Silver
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Realspace® PRO 15000 Series Big & Tall High-Back Chair, Black/Silver

Item # 436534
Heavy-duty executive seating that's stylish and supportive!
  • Padded chrome arms help support your shoulders and upper body.
  • Overall dimensions: 49"H x 23"W x 31"D
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Heavy-duty executive seating that's stylish and supportive!
  • Padded chrome arms help support your shoulders and upper body. 
  • Overall dimensions: 49"H x 23"W x 31"D 
  • Large, oversized cushioning is plush and comfortable. 
  • One-touch adjustable seat height. 
  • Multiple adjustments put you in control of the seat's position. 
  • Meets and/or exceeds applicable ANSI/BIFMA performance standards. 
  • Waterfall seat cushion slopes slightly downward to help reduce stress on your legs. 
  • Recommended for intensive use 6-8 hours per day. 
  • Weight capacity tested to support up to 500 lbs. 
  • Assembly required. 
  • Backed by the manufacturer's 10-year limited warranty. 
  • GREENGUARD® certified for healthier indoor air quality.  Manufactured with reduced harsh chemicals and with processes that are 'low VOC' (low in volatile organic compounds).

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Item # 436534 
Manufacturer # ZJK-9366H  
recommended daily usage 6-8 hours (intensive)
seat size 23"W x 31"D
seat material bonded leather
material color Black
frame construction metal
frame color Silver
dimensions 49"H x 23"W x 31"D
chair back style high-back
back cushion height 49 inches
multiple adjustments yes
adjustable seat height pneumatic/1-touch
adjustable tilt tension yes
tilt lock yes
adjustable seat back depth no
synchro tilt no
adjustable forward tilt no
adjustable tilt angle no
adjustable knee tilt no
adjustable back angle no
adjustable back height no
lumbar support no
seat glide no
waterfall seat cushion yes
adjustable headrest no
arms yes
adjustable arm height no
adjustable arm width no
meets/exceeds ANSI/BIFMA standards yes
weight capacity 500 lb
assembly required Yes
warranty length 10-yr limited
style name 15000-Series
brand name Realspace
distributor Swinton Avenue Trading Ltd., Inc.
Ecolabel GREENGUARD certified
postconsumer recycled content 0%
total recycled content 0%

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Realspace� PRO 15000 Series Big & Tall High-Back Chair, Black/Silver 4.4 5 72 72
Looks good so far I have only had it a few short weeks and so far I can't think of anything to complain about. This time I made sure to get a heavy duty armchair built for extensive use. This one seems very sturdy. I hope/expect it will last me a long time. The last one lasted me 25 years. July 20, 2014
Built like a tank Just got mine, waited for it to go on sale for $199. This thing weighs a ton and it feels like it'll last for years. I'm 6'1" 220lbs and I wear out chairs quickly, especially the padding under my behind. It took about 30 minutes to put together, the hardest parts were mounting the backrest to the bottom and mounting the armrests. My only disappointment is that I wish the chair lowered another inch or two, even at my height the chair feels a little too high. I also wish it would recline a little more. Time will tell if it lasts. June 29, 2014
Wicked Discount @ Store vs Online Amazing chair, built like a tank just like everyone else mentioned here. Screws gave me a tad of difficulty to bolt in the arms due to a thick coating of the blue thread-lock they daub on each one, but managed to get it together with little difficulty. * The part where you have to attach the chair back to the base was weird, and might require two people if not dexterous enough. * Box for chair was WAY too big for my trunk, but managed to slide the parts out of the box and take it home in a G6. * Tool they provide is not very durable, might want to pick up a reinforced set of hex wrenches before assembling at home. Size of chair width might be an issue for some doorways, assemble INSIDE the room you will be using this chair, IF attaching the arms, or might need to turn it on its side and "L" wiggle it into the room. Thoroughly happy with this purchase, especially with a 10 yr warranty. 8.37 hrs in one seat no sore body parts anywhere. Went to the store to pick up this chair and found it is on sale through 06/28/2014 for $199, so with the 25% off coupon they offered came to $169 after tax. (big smile) June 27, 2014
Great Product for the Price Picked this up at a local Office today for $200. I'm 6'3 and about 210 pounds, and seems like a comfortable chair for the price thus far. One person assembly was a breeze for me up until the 2nd armrest. I needed help with that because the fit was really tight and wouldn't go on as easily as the first one did. Other than that, was easy to assemble, even alone. Initial pros: Sturdy/heavy metal frame, decent quality of smooth bonded leather, ample cushioning, well placed headrest for taller people, nice tilt and heightening functions. Looks nice as well, especially for the $200 price. Is a steal of a bargain. Initial cons: Could be a hard assembly for some people without a bit of help at certain steps and the armrests are a little high for my tastes (especially if you have a slide-out keyboard tray. Can be awkward to type unless you lower the chairs height by 1/2 or so). June 27, 2014
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In product details tab it says no.
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The chair has no lumbar support. That is listed in the product details.
1 year, 2 months ago
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Oklahoma
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It does, but it's not really a feature. It's part of the back of the chair but unless you sit straight up against the back you won't notice it. I lean forward so I feel it on my lower back but it's not like super supportive. Still nice to have it, though.
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The chair has built-in lumbar in the lower portion of the back cushion. The additional foam in the lower back provides adequate support for the lower back. The lumbar area height range is between 4 to 6 inches from the seat cushion when the seat cushion is compressed under weight.
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1 year, 3 months ago
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California, USA
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Yes there is lumbar support.
1 year, 3 months ago
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it does NOT have an "adjustable" lubar suppor, but it is very firm down low where it counts. I had low back surgery (L4-5 hernia) and it feel great!
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1 year, 5 months ago
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Dallas, TX
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Yes it does, one of the most comfortable lower back support chairs out of all they had in store. I tried every one multiple times.
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Los Angeles, CA, USA
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Information included with the chair upon delivery states that it has built-in lumbar support.
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Livonia, MI, USA
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I have neuropathy in my right thigh from sitting crooked against a desk chair arm, and I am wondering if this chair can be used without armrests.
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Arms are optional, does not affect integrity of the chair.
3 weeks, 4 days ago
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The arms come with the chair but you don't have to attach the arms to accomodate your condition. The chair is wide and high enough to still be comfortable without the chairs. When I was assembling the chair, I sat in it so long I forgot I had to attach the arms.
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8 months ago
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Cleveland, OH, USA
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No the arm rest is connected to the chair man support.
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11 months ago
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Houma, LA
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The arms are very well constructed and they come forward to offer elbow support without getting in the way whatsoever. Also, the arms make it easy to grasp while sitting down and serve as a guide. During assembly I thought about leaving the arms off and whether that would affect the sturdiness. This depends on how often and hard you lean back, but yes they can stay out of the assembly. I suggest trying it assembled first and only leave out the arms if necessary.
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1 year, 1 month ago
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Austin, TX, USA
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i dont think so, the arms are part of what keeps the back of the chair from bending over flat. the arms are actually some of the heaviest built part of the chair. it could be possible, but if your a big person like i am theres a risk of rolling out of it backwards without both arms
1 year, 2 months ago
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Yes, you do not have to attach the arm rests.
1 year, 2 months ago
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No it does not.
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No Ottoman with this chair.
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No, it's just a chair
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no. WYSIWYG ad
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No it does not
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Hi, I just purchased the Realspace Pro 15000 and love it. But I do have a question, when I sit and lower it a few inches to what I like, after I get up, the chair raises back up. This causes me to adjust the height each time I sit. Is this normal for the gas cylinder? Or is it supposed to stay at the level I set it at.

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Mine seems to stay where I originally set it. The lowest possible height. Do you share your chair with someone who changes it constantly?

Otherwise call the 800#........................
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mine does not do that and stay right there i left it
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It should stay at the height level you have it set at. I've not had any problems with mine moving. I would contact Realspace about the problem. It sounds to me like the gas cylinder on your chair may be defective.
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Marion, NC 28752, USA
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It should stay at the adjusted level.Check to make sure height adjusting lever is in neutral position. If it is and it still raises it has a faulty valve.
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No, it is not normal. Once you set the height, it should remain at that setting.
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Colorado Springs, CO
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It is supposed to stay at the level you set. I don't see this problem.
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bonded leather just mean its compressed leather scraps. it feels quite nice for bonded leather though.
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St. Louis
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Bonded leather is the leather equivalent of particle board. It's actually a mulch of leather made from recycled leather and leather scraps and remnants that aren't suitable for use.

The idea seems cheap and cheezy, but in my experience it actually is comfortable and attractive. It's definitely a step up from pleather. I've got no idea how it holds up long term, although I suspect it won't measure up to the real deal.
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It is NOT.............. not, no way, can`t be real "leather". It feels nothing at all like leather. It is very plastic to the touch. Very hot to sit on. I believe bonded leather has some leather scraps mixed in. Save your cash and but real leather.
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8 months ago
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NJ
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Bonded leather is not actually leather. It is what is commonly known as 'Vinyl', 'Naugahyde', except that it includes shredded scrap leather in the formulation. None of this shredded scrap leather is present at the seating surface.
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9 months ago
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madison, wi
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The leather portion is from cowhide
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10 months ago
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Realspace Product Support
Corporate HQ, Boca Raton, FL 33496
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Pull out the handle on the right below the seat. But you can lock the tilt only in the upright position by pushing the same handle back in when upright.

I don't know how far back you can tilt when unlocked. But I don't think you can tilt it too far - far enough for the whole chair to fall over backward with you in it.
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The chair tilt is controlled with the same handle that raises and lowers the chair. If you pull the handle out you unlock the tilt and by pushing the handle in until it clicks will lock in place. It goes back pretty far (almost like a rocking chair) just depends on how far you want it.
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1 year, 2 months ago
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Office Admin
LA
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You pull out the handle to make it tilt backwards. Tilts back about like any other office chair, about 25 degrees.
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1 year, 2 months ago
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Nashville, TN
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great !! you will love it
1 year, 2 months ago
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It doesn't really tilt backwards, it rocks back a little when you rest your back on the back of the chair. It will go up and down with a push on the lever on the right side of the chair.
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1 year, 2 months ago
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Austin, Texas
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The tilt can be locked only in the upright position.
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Newark, NJ
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Only upright.
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When it is upright and you lock it, it keeps it from tilting backwards. You can't lean the chair back and lock it so that it stayes tilted backwards.
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4 months, 4 weeks ago
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wehcpa
Marion, NC 28752, USA
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Only when fully upright.
9 months ago
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Only when it is up right.
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11 months ago
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Houma, LA
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Stone City
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There is a tuft in the front that goes lower than the rest of the seat. From the floor to under that tuft is 15". From the floor to the left and right underneath is nearly 17".
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1 year, 1 month ago
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Austin, TX, USA
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The bottom of the seat rises to 18" off the ground.
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1 year, 2 months ago
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Nashville, TN
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After raising the chair to the maximum it looks around 17 inches to 18 inches between the floor and underside of the seat. I am on a carpet though in a home office so it could be nearer to 18 inches. I hope this helps and also I wasn't completely sure on the measurements you wanted so from the floor to the top of the seat at maximum it seemed to be around 23 inches.
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Cincinnati, OH
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With the seat at its highest, the underside of the seat is about 18 inches from the floor and the top of the seat is about 21.5 inches from the floor in case you're thinking of sliding it under a desk.
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1 year, 4 months ago
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Marietta, GA
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seat height

How high is the seat in the lowest position. I am not tall, but heavy.
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Mississippi, USA
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I am 5' 5" tall and with the seat in the lowest position my feet touch the floor just enough for me to move around (but sometimes my feet slip out because they are not flat on the floor).
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It seems about 15 inches high at its lowest.
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After dropping it all the way down and measuring it looks around 18 1/2 inches.
1 year, 3 months ago
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Cincinnati, OH
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Lowest position: it is about 17 to 18 inches to the top of the seat.
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Marietta, GA
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How tall is the seat back? In other words, what is the measurement from the back of the seat cushion to the top of the back cushion?
8 months ago
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31 Inches
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Pensacola, FL
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Assembled, mine is about 29 inches from the seat cushion to the top of the back cushion.
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Marion, NC 28752, USA
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The website says

Overall dimensions: 49"H x 23"W x 31"D
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California
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28"
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