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Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -
Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -
Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -
Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -
Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -
Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -
Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -
Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -

Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -

Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -
Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -
Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -
Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -
Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -
Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -
Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -
Steelcase Leap Chair, Black Fabric,FBA_,5" Cylinder -
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Features

  • Our Number 1 Selling Chair
  • Live Back technology that allows the back of the chair to mimic the movements of the spine
  • Arms telescope in and out, move forward and back, pivot and adjust up and down so you can find a natural position that comfortably supports your needs
  • Designed with the planet in mind and is up to 98% recyclable by weight and made of up to 30% recycled content
  • Weight Limit-400 pounds

Description

The streamlined, stylish contour of the Steelcase Leap chair is just the beginning. The leap is the first chair that actually changes Shape to support your movements! With its live back Technology, It moves dynamically as your back moves, mimicking the movement of your spine; The arms of the chair move in and out, forward and back; The seat glides forward so you can recline without leaving your vision and REACH zone, and stay oriented to your work. Even when leaning forward, The seat edge flexes to relieve pressure on the back of the legs. In short, The leap chair's ergonomic advances allow you to work comfortably, and more productively, in a Proven healthy manner for extended periods of time. Features: live back Technology: This built-in ergonomic design allows the back of the seat to change shape to support your entire spine. Natural glide system: The seat glides forward so you can recline without leaving your vision and REACH zone, and stay oriented to your work. This encourages more varied postures so there's less static load on the spine. Thermal comfort: because of slats in both its back and seat, and the special foam It uses, the leap chair offers excellent “breathability. ” lower back firmness control: This control enables you to set a constant amount of firmness to help maintain your lower spine's natural curve. Upper back force control: upper back force control enables you to set the amount of \"push back\" that you desire as you recline. Adjustable seat Depth: adjustable seat Depth accommodates different body shapes for long-term comfort. Flexible seat edge: when you recline or lean forward, The seat edge flexes to relieve pressure on the back of the legs. Adjustable arms: arms Telescope in and out, Move forward and back, Pivot and adjust up and down so you can find a position that comfortably supports the wrists, forearms, shoulders and neck. Angle Between Seat and Back - 96 degrees to 120 degrees


Item Weight 45.8 pounds


Product Dimensions 24.75 x 27 x 43.25 inches


Item model number 46216179


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Assembled Height 43.25 inches


Assembled Width 27 inches


Weight 45.8 Pounds


ASIN B00GBUPUOY


Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 108 ratings 3.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #248,583 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #652 in Home Office Desk Chairs


Date First Available January 6, 2014


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Features

  • Our Number 1 Selling Chair
  • Live Back technology that allows the back of the chair to mimic the movements of the spine
  • Arms telescope in and out, move forward and back, pivot and adjust up and down so you can find a natural position that comfortably supports your needs
  • Designed with the planet in mind and is up to 98% recyclable by weight and made of up to 30% recycled content
  • Weight Limit-400 pounds

Description

The streamlined, stylish contour of the Steelcase Leap chair is just the beginning. The leap is the first chair that actually changes Shape to support your movements! With its live back Technology, It moves dynamically as your back moves, mimicking the movement of your spine; The arms of the chair move in and out, forward and back; The seat glides forward so you can recline without leaving your vision and REACH zone, and stay oriented to your work. Even when leaning forward, The seat edge flexes to relieve pressure on the back of the legs. In short, The leap chair's ergonomic advances allow you to work comfortably, and more productively, in a Proven healthy manner for extended periods of time. Features: live back Technology: This built-in ergonomic design allows the back of the seat to change shape to support your entire spine. Natural glide system: The seat glides forward so you can recline without leaving your vision and REACH zone, and stay oriented to your work. This encourages more varied postures so there's less static load on the spine. Thermal comfort: because of slats in both its back and seat, and the special foam It uses, the leap chair offers excellent “breathability. ” lower back firmness control: This control enables you to set a constant amount of firmness to help maintain your lower spine's natural curve. Upper back force control: upper back force control enables you to set the amount of \"push back\" that you desire as you recline. Adjustable seat Depth: adjustable seat Depth accommodates different body shapes for long-term comfort. Flexible seat edge: when you recline or lean forward, The seat edge flexes to relieve pressure on the back of the legs. Adjustable arms: arms Telescope in and out, Move forward and back, Pivot and adjust up and down so you can find a position that comfortably supports the wrists, forearms, shoulders and neck. Angle Between Seat and Back - 96 degrees to 120 degrees


Item Weight 45.8 pounds


Product Dimensions 24.75 x 27 x 43.25 inches


Item model number 46216179


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Assembled Height 43.25 inches


Assembled Width 27 inches


Weight 45.8 Pounds


ASIN B00GBUPUOY


Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 108 ratings 3.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #248,583 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #652 in Home Office Desk Chairs


Date First Available January 6, 2014


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Our Number 1 Selling Chair
  • Live Back technology that allows the back of the chair to mimic the movements of the spine
  • Arms telescope in and out, move forward and back, pivot and adjust up and down so you can find a natural position that comfortably supports your needs
  • Designed with the planet in mind and is up to 98% recyclable by weight and made of up to 30% recycled content
  • Weight Limit-400 pounds

Description

The streamlined, stylish contour of the Steelcase Leap chair is just the beginning. The leap is the first chair that actually changes Shape to support your movements! With its live back Technology, It moves dynamically as your back moves, mimicking the movement of your spine; The arms of the chair move in and out, forward and back; The seat glides forward so you can recline without leaving your vision and REACH zone, and stay oriented to your work. Even when leaning forward, The seat edge flexes to relieve pressure on the back of the legs. In short, The leap chair's ergonomic advances allow you to work comfortably, and more productively, in a Proven healthy manner for extended periods of time. Features: live back Technology: This built-in ergonomic design allows the back of the seat to change shape to support your entire spine. Natural glide system: The seat glides forward so you can recline without leaving your vision and REACH zone, and stay oriented to your work. This encourages more varied postures so there's less static load on the spine. Thermal comfort: because of slats in both its back and seat, and the special foam It uses, the leap chair offers excellent “breathability. ” lower back firmness control: This control enables you to set a constant amount of firmness to help maintain your lower spine's natural curve. Upper back force control: upper back force control enables you to set the amount of \"push back\" that you desire as you recline. Adjustable seat Depth: adjustable seat Depth accommodates different body shapes for long-term comfort. Flexible seat edge: when you recline or lean forward, The seat edge flexes to relieve pressure on the back of the legs. Adjustable arms: arms Telescope in and out, Move forward and back, Pivot and adjust up and down so you can find a position that comfortably supports the wrists, forearms, shoulders and neck. Angle Between Seat and Back - 96 degrees to 120 degrees


Item Weight 45.8 pounds


Product Dimensions 24.75 x 27 x 43.25 inches


Item model number 46216179


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Assembled Height 43.25 inches


Assembled Width 27 inches


Weight 45.8 Pounds


ASIN B00GBUPUOY


Customer Reviews 3.8 out of 5 stars 108 ratings 3.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #248,583 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #652 in Home Office Desk Chairs


Date First Available January 6, 2014


abunda_amazon_reviews After 7 months the chair cylinder had dropped to 1/4" above the floor. Found that the cylinder had been shimmed with tape. Contacted the seller Madison, who said to return the entire chair to Brooklyn, NY, at my cost (from the west coast). The chair can't be repaired at a local Steelcase facility because Madison removes all Steelcase identifying marks, meaning you don't get a warranty from Steelcase -- on a supposedly new chair.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 19, 2018;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Does not come with a Steelcase warranty;;Kevin J. Manuele;;;One of the feet of the chair snapped completely off while I was rolling it between my house and my car via my driveway. It came off on flat ground. How is it so cheap that happens?? The seller was specifically amazon.com directly, not a 3rd party. Edit: I was able to find a local office furniture store that's an official retailer of the steelcase leap and the chair I received from amazon seems to be a different chair. Amazon Chair: Thin seat cushion. You can feel the plastic hitting your butt through the seat cushion. Generally cheap feel like it is going to fall apart. Official Steelcase Retailer: Seat cushion seemed full and comfortable. None of the "feel the plastic though the seat cushion" feeling. Chair felt more solid and durable. Appearance-wise they seemed to be the same chair, and sitting in the chair it had the same general shape and feel for how you sat...but without the "cheap" feeling to it. I wonder if either amazon is getting duped and selling a knockoff version of the chair, or if they're accidentally mixing up inventory from the cheaper retailers who are selling knockoff versions. The chair I sat in in the store - despite seeming to be the same basic chair design - felt far higher quality like one would expect for a thousand dollar office chair. I hope amazon will look into this and fix this.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Terrible quality;;W. Gayther;;;I purchased this chair about a year ago, after being a long time Steelcase Leap chair user. I loved this chair, and it was the only chair that I could comfortably sit in throughout the work day. Last year, I purchased one for my home office from Amazon. It is NOT the same quality at the chairs that I have used and loved from Steelcase for years. The seat cushion is so much thinner, like there is only half of the amount of padding in the seat as the one that I am used to in my office. The chair creaks horribly every time I get up or sit down, and I cannot sit in it for elongated periods of time without my back starting hurt badly -- same as with a cheap $50 office chair. I'm not sure if I just got a dud, or if the quality at Steelcase has just gone very downhill over the years, or if the quality of the product that they sell B2C is so drastically different than their B2B sales... I just wish I had returned it initially instead of allowing time to it to "break in". I would not purchase from Steelcase again, even though I was previously a loyal user.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2016;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Quality seems to have done downhill;;Linda Martin;;;This is, by far, the least comfortable chair I have ever owned. I am a fit 5'10" 185lbs without any back issues. I have tried adjusting the Steelcase Leap in every possible way, but my butt and legs fall asleep after 15 minutes and the lumbar support is like a spiked brick digging into my spine. I hate that I wasted so much money on this thing. I work at a computer 8-10 hours a day and thought that I was making a solid investment in my health. I was wrong.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Killing my Back;;Dr. Michael O'Neil;;;I've had this chair about 4 years now. It's extremely comfortable and does wonders for my back as someone who works from home and has a lot of stationary hobbies. However, the overall quality is disappointing, given the cost, and it's difficult to get the warranty honored, because you are at the mercy of whatever partner Steelcase has shunted responsibility onto in your area, they do not actually take any responsibility for repairing their own defective products themselves. Most recently, I needed new armrest caps, because, like most of the rest of the chair, they began to fall apart after a couple of years. After being ignored by several local distributors, I ordered the replacements, at my own expense, ($93 for some foam and plastic) from Steelcase. They arrived yesterday, and they're of *dramatically* lower quality than the originals that came on the chair. The foam is hard, they're narrower than the originals, and Steelcase couldn't even be bothered to tap the screw holes, so you have to do that yourself. Given that this is literally a $1,000 chair, I would expect it to last longer than 4 years, and I would expect the manufacturer's replacement parts to be the same as the originals that came on the chair, and I would expect them to honor the warranty, but none of those things are true, so I would recommend choosing another chair.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2020;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Subpar quality and warranty support;;Jaron

Shipping

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Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By Kevin J. Manuele - Reviewed in the United States on March 19, 2018
Does not come with a Steelcase warranty
After 7 months the chair cylinder had dropped to 1/4" above the floor. Found that the cylinder had been shimmed with tape. Contacted the seller Madison, who said to return the entire chair to Brooklyn, NY, at my cost (from the west coast). The chair can't be repaired at a local Steelcase facility because Madison removes all Steelcase identifying marks, meaning you don't get a warranty from Steelcase -- on a supposedly new chair.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By W. Gayther - Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2018
Terrible quality
One of the feet of the chair snapped completely off while I was rolling it between my house and my car via my driveway. It came off on flat ground. How is it so cheap that happens?? The seller was specifically amazon.com directly, not a 3rd party. Edit: I was able to find a local office furniture store that's an official retailer of the steelcase leap and the chair I received from amazon seems to be a different chair. Amazon Chair: Thin seat cushion. You can feel the plastic hitting your butt through the seat cushion. Generally cheap feel like it is going to fall apart. Official Steelcase Retailer: Seat cushion seemed full and comfortable. None of the "feel the plastic though the seat cushion" feeling. Chair felt more solid and durable. Appearance-wise they seemed to be the same chair, and sitting in the chair it had the same general shape and feel for how you sat...but without the "cheap" feeling to it. I wonder if either amazon is getting duped and selling a knockoff version of the chair, or if they're accidentally mixing up inventory from the cheaper retailers who are selling knockoff versions. The chair I sat in in the store - despite seeming to be the same basic chair design - felt far higher quality like one would expect for a thousand dollar office chair. I hope amazon will look into this and fix this.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Linda Martin - Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2016
Quality seems to have done downhill
I purchased this chair about a year ago, after being a long time Steelcase Leap chair user. I loved this chair, and it was the only chair that I could comfortably sit in throughout the work day. Last year, I purchased one for my home office from Amazon. It is NOT the same quality at the chairs that I have used and loved from Steelcase for years. The seat cushion is so much thinner, like there is only half of the amount of padding in the seat as the one that I am used to in my office. The chair creaks horribly every time I get up or sit down, and I cannot sit in it for elongated periods of time without my back starting hurt badly -- same as with a cheap $50 office chair. I'm not sure if I just got a dud, or if the quality at Steelcase has just gone very downhill over the years, or if the quality of the product that they sell B2C is so drastically different than their B2B sales... I just wish I had returned it initially instead of allowing time to it to "break in". I would not purchase from Steelcase again, even though I was previously a loyal user.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Dr. Michael O'Neil - Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2018
Killing my Back
This is, by far, the least comfortable chair I have ever owned. I am a fit 5'10" 185lbs without any back issues. I have tried adjusting the Steelcase Leap in every possible way, but my butt and legs fall asleep after 15 minutes and the lumbar support is like a spiked brick digging into my spine. I hate that I wasted so much money on this thing. I work at a computer 8-10 hours a day and thought that I was making a solid investment in my health. I was wrong.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Jaron - Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2020
Subpar quality and warranty support
I've had this chair about 4 years now. It's extremely comfortable and does wonders for my back as someone who works from home and has a lot of stationary hobbies. However, the overall quality is disappointing, given the cost, and it's difficult to get the warranty honored, because you are at the mercy of whatever partner Steelcase has shunted responsibility onto in your area, they do not actually take any responsibility for repairing their own defective products themselves. Most recently, I needed new armrest caps, because, like most of the rest of the chair, they began to fall apart after a couple of years. After being ignored by several local distributors, I ordered the replacements, at my own expense, ($93 for some foam and plastic) from Steelcase. They arrived yesterday, and they're of *dramatically* lower quality than the originals that came on the chair. The foam is hard, they're narrower than the originals, and Steelcase couldn't even be bothered to tap the screw holes, so you have to do that yourself. Given that this is literally a $1,000 chair, I would expect it to last longer than 4 years, and I would expect the manufacturer's replacement parts to be the same as the originals that came on the chair, and I would expect them to honor the warranty, but none of those things are true, so I would recommend choosing another chair.

Recent Reviews


2.0 out of 5 stars
By Kevin J. Manuele - Reviewed in the United States on March 19, 2018
Does not come with a Steelcase warranty
After 7 months the chair cylinder had dropped to 1/4" above the floor. Found that the cylinder had been shimmed with tape. Contacted the seller Madison, who said to return the entire chair to Brooklyn, NY, at my cost (from the west coast). The chair can't be repaired at a local Steelcase facility because Madison removes all Steelcase identifying marks, meaning you don't get a warranty from Steelcase -- on a supposedly new chair.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By W. Gayther - Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2018
Terrible quality
One of the feet of the chair snapped completely off while I was rolling it between my house and my car via my driveway. It came off on flat ground. How is it so cheap that happens?? The seller was specifically amazon.com directly, not a 3rd party. Edit: I was able to find a local office furniture store that's an official retailer of the steelcase leap and the chair I received from amazon seems to be a different chair. Amazon Chair: Thin seat cushion. You can feel the plastic hitting your butt through the seat cushion. Generally cheap feel like it is going to fall apart. Official Steelcase Retailer: Seat cushion seemed full and comfortable. None of the "feel the plastic though the seat cushion" feeling. Chair felt more solid and durable. Appearance-wise they seemed to be the same chair, and sitting in the chair it had the same general shape and feel for how you sat...but without the "cheap" feeling to it. I wonder if either amazon is getting duped and selling a knockoff version of the chair, or if they're accidentally mixing up inventory from the cheaper retailers who are selling knockoff versions. The chair I sat in in the store - despite seeming to be the same basic chair design - felt far higher quality like one would expect for a thousand dollar office chair. I hope amazon will look into this and fix this.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Linda Martin - Reviewed in the United States on March 7, 2016
Quality seems to have done downhill
I purchased this chair about a year ago, after being a long time Steelcase Leap chair user. I loved this chair, and it was the only chair that I could comfortably sit in throughout the work day. Last year, I purchased one for my home office from Amazon. It is NOT the same quality at the chairs that I have used and loved from Steelcase for years. The seat cushion is so much thinner, like there is only half of the amount of padding in the seat as the one that I am used to in my office. The chair creaks horribly every time I get up or sit down, and I cannot sit in it for elongated periods of time without my back starting hurt badly -- same as with a cheap $50 office chair. I'm not sure if I just got a dud, or if the quality at Steelcase has just gone very downhill over the years, or if the quality of the product that they sell B2C is so drastically different than their B2B sales... I just wish I had returned it initially instead of allowing time to it to "break in". I would not purchase from Steelcase again, even though I was previously a loyal user.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Dr. Michael O'Neil - Reviewed in the United States on August 8, 2018
Killing my Back
This is, by far, the least comfortable chair I have ever owned. I am a fit 5'10" 185lbs without any back issues. I have tried adjusting the Steelcase Leap in every possible way, but my butt and legs fall asleep after 15 minutes and the lumbar support is like a spiked brick digging into my spine. I hate that I wasted so much money on this thing. I work at a computer 8-10 hours a day and thought that I was making a solid investment in my health. I was wrong.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Jaron - Reviewed in the United States on May 8, 2020
Subpar quality and warranty support
I've had this chair about 4 years now. It's extremely comfortable and does wonders for my back as someone who works from home and has a lot of stationary hobbies. However, the overall quality is disappointing, given the cost, and it's difficult to get the warranty honored, because you are at the mercy of whatever partner Steelcase has shunted responsibility onto in your area, they do not actually take any responsibility for repairing their own defective products themselves. Most recently, I needed new armrest caps, because, like most of the rest of the chair, they began to fall apart after a couple of years. After being ignored by several local distributors, I ordered the replacements, at my own expense, ($93 for some foam and plastic) from Steelcase. They arrived yesterday, and they're of *dramatically* lower quality than the originals that came on the chair. The foam is hard, they're narrower than the originals, and Steelcase couldn't even be bothered to tap the screw holes, so you have to do that yourself. Given that this is literally a $1,000 chair, I would expect it to last longer than 4 years, and I would expect the manufacturer's replacement parts to be the same as the originals that came on the chair, and I would expect them to honor the warranty, but none of those things are true, so I would recommend choosing another chair.