Rated 4.3 out of 5�by 158
Rated 5 out of 5�by TomK Good Chair for the Price
I have been in need of an office chair for some time, but tend to move around a lot. I recently moved, again, and decided to set-up an actual office for the first time. A while back, I had purchased a small, foldable desk from the same Office Depot for something silly like $40. I still use that desk from time to time and it's been about 6 years since I purchased it. So, I decided to start my search at the same Office Depot (trying to stay away from Google and ending up purchasing something that's way more expensive that I don't need - I'm a sucker for advertisers). Anyway, saw this chair on sale, seemed to have all the features I need and a good review. Also, it was on sale. Ordered it online that night and got a message from Office Depot the next am to come by and pick it up. I have back issues, so the quality of a work chair is extremely important to me, so it was a risk to purchase the item without even testing it out. To make what is turning into a long story short (didactic this am).. I was pleasantly surprised with the chair, but not surprised by getting it from Office Depot. Here's what I like about it:
- Quality - Sturdy construction and materials, not what I expected and the box was heavier than I thought. This chair is solid.
- Adjustments - It has all the adjustments that you'd fine in a standard high quality office chair, and probably some more. It even includes a bit of a lumbar support feature.
- Price - Good bang for the buck and from what I've seen this chair is worth more. While you can tell they could have spent more design some of the controls and plastic pieces, not a big deal at this price.
If you're looking for a good deal on a mid-range office chair, you can't go wrong with this one. It's relatively plain and what you'd see in any office, but if a conservative (up to date look), solid build quality and price are important to you, I would definitely check this item out.
October 6, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5�by Annie Comfortable with Good Adjustments
This chair represented a long search for a chair that had good back support. It does. The arms are adjustable as is height, back rest, and tilt forward/backward. Excellent wheels carries the weight well.
The only negative was the directions. The diagrams were excellent, but near the end it got confusing with the technical drawing because there so many pieces that needed to go somewhere and the diagram got too tight for me to understand. I was left with 3 bolts and still don't know where they go. I am having a friend come over to fix this. So far, it is still totally useable without the bolts.
The chair was fairly easy to assemble, except putting on the wheels you need more humph to lock the wheels in place.
I am a 69 year old woman and had to do it by myself.
I would still recommend this chair for office or home. I use it at home.
October 5, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5�by Angie Great working chair
The Realspace MFTC 200 is an excellent working chair, particularly considering the price. Lots for the money. The multiple adjustment features make it easy to put you in your comfort zone. It rolls smoothly and is great for long days in front of the computer. The only downside is that it's a challenge to assemble on your own.
September 28, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5�by JazzEngineer Good buy
I like this chair. Have to admit, the box arrived quite torn up and so I thought the assembly instructions were gone. But as I put it together based on my own thinking, I found them inside the bag containing the seat back.
Also, there was a little confusion in assembly because the parts were not labeled adequately.
Finally, note that putting the arms on the chair assumes you'll have some kind of box that is big enough to hold the seat base and put the arms on upside down. That would be OK if the seat's original boxing was sturdy enough. But that wasn't the case. So I used a chair without arms.
Works great now and a good value when on sale.
September 28, 2015