This chair is just perfect for me, and this is the THIRD chair I've purchased. Finally got it right. It has just enough support and height, AND I love that even with the arms down, as I'm typing they don't touch my arms. So when I'm in work mode, I'm free, and when I want to lean back and think about what I've composed, I can do so comfortably. It's also surprisingly light. It honestly feels like it was made on one of those 3D printer things. It was very easy to put together and I did it alone in about 18 minutes tops, including unpacking it. Bravo! Now...about the writer's block...😔 UPDATE JAN 16 I am in love with this chair. You don't know what you've missed until you've got it. The fact that I can raise the arms independently is EVERYTHING! I can throw a leg over one while I'm watching TV or writing, and then totally switch to a comfortable position while I'm doing my nails. And when it's chilly and you want to tuck a blanket around you, all you have to do is throw up the arms and pull it over you. That sounds like nothing but so many times I've grabbed a blanket or a throw and had to stand up to tuck it around me. It's a nice little luxury. I'm spoiled now. At the highest height, I don't even need it and sometimes just throw it on the couch. That's rare for me. And the lumbar support is fine. And the height is surprising, too. I have a cushion that I sit on. It raises me about 2.5 inches or so. Beside my couch this has become one of my favorite seats in my apartment. Oh, and while it rolls freely, it doesn't OVER-roll. My last chair I had, I had to buy a stock set of non-rolling caps because I couldn't sit still in it. I wish I could lock the seat into place at an angle but at a later date I'll probably get one of those too. For now, this suits me just fine.
Reviewed in the United States on January 15, 2020 by #EAHWP #EAHWP