I really wanted to like the chair, but I just couldn’t. The adjustability was fantastic. The comfort? Not so much. It had a cushioned seat, but I swear I’ve never sat on a harder surface. I think a concrete bench would have been more comfortable. Within twenty minutes of sitting in the chair, my butt and thighs were killing me. I will admit that I may not have had it adjusted correctly, but I’m really big on cushiony and this chair just didn’t have it. Needless to say, it didn’t last the whole 30 days trial. It didn’t last a full 2 days actually. I got it Friday and shipped it back on Tues. It lasted at my desk for about 24 hours before it got put back in the box. One very big plus though was customer service. No questions asked, they just sent me a label immediately. It will be interesting to see how long it takes them to credit back my account, but thus far I’m not displeased.

Andre dragged me to a back store to look for a new chair. I found one, but I can’t decide whether it’s a good thing or not. I’m a cheapskate, and this chair was not cheap. It was, however, probably the most comfortable chair I’ve ever sat in. The new one has memory foam cushions and as much adjustability as the old one. It’s also prettier in my opinion and looks more old wordly and less modern. It will match my office much better. I actually got to try this chair in the store and had someone adjust it for me. It’ll be another 3 weeks before I get the chair, but when it’s delivered they are going to adjust it for me. I can’t wait.

Written by JL Langley


JL is a full-time writer, with over ten novels to her credit. Among her hobbies she includes reading, practicing her marksmanship (she happens to be a great shot), gardening, working out (although she despises cardio), searching for the perfect chocolate dessert (so far as she can tell ALL chocolate is perfect, but it requires more research)
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"The chair was a bust" by J.L. Langley was published on March 15th, 2013 and is listed in J.L. Langley.

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