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Boss Mesh Drafting Stool With Loop Arms, 45 1/2"H x 27 1/2"W x 27"D, Black Item # 848722
Design prevents body heat and moisture buildup
- Black, breathable-mesh fabric seat and solid-metal black frame.
- Pneumatic, gas-lift seat height for smooth adjustability.
- 27" nylon base for stability with a strong, 20" diameter foot ring and casters.
- Weight capacity tested to support up to 250 lb.
- Assembly required.
- Backed by the manufacturer's 6-year limited warranty.
|adjustable foot ring||no|
|adjustable height range||42-45 1/2|
|adjustable seat height||pneumatic/1-touch|
|dimensions||45 1/2"H x 27 1/2"W x 27"D|
|manufacturer||Boss Office Products|
|seat size||19 1/2 x 19 1/2|
|warranty length||6-year limited|
|weight capacity||250 lb|
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Boss Mesh Drafting Stool With Loop Arms, 45 1/2H x 27 1/2W x 27D, Black is rated out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Rick from Nice chair for the money Drafting stool height chairs are becoming rare and even more rare being on sale. Purchased this one for less than $100. It arrived in a few days, about 15 minutes to assemble and I was sitting tall. Comfortable and sturdy.
Date published: 2015-10-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by DavePDX from Amusement Park Ride The chair looks nice and is comfortable, but every 15 minutes you have to pull the lever to let the seat back up because it slowly compresses.
Date published: 2015-08-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by Office Gal from An Ergonomic nightmare! This chair is OK if you don't have to sit for long periods. It does not adjust which means it won't work well for a lot of people. It leans to one side and the back offers no lumbar support. Best to pay more and get a chair that won't kill your back!
Date published: 2013-10-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by Office Manager in Seattle from Chair has issues We had high hopes for this chair, it had all the bells and whistles we wanted. But it had multiple issues. The first one we ordered was defective. The bolts under the seat would not unscrew, even when we had some beefy guys in the office take a crack at them. So we returned that chair and got a replacement. The replacement didn't have the same issue with the bolts. But once I put it together, we discovered it was too short. (I've put together many chairs, so I'm confident that it wasn't user error.) The 45 inches in the product dimensions is the height of the top edge of the backrest from the floor. The seat itself only goes up to 28 and a half inches high. That's not high enough for our editor's stand-up desks. Other drafting chairs we have purchased in the past were much higher. Looks like I'll be searching for a better chair, yet again.
Date published: 2013-08-28