I actually purchased this chair at a Wal-Mart Store (perhaps someone else had returned it). I assembled the chair and used it briefly a few times, and then had to do a lot of travel, so I wasn't able to fully gauge its comfort level (or should I say Lack thereof) before I had time to return it myself! Since I'm on a very restricted budget, I cannot afford to replace this any time soon, so I'm stuck with it for a while. :( It looks nice once assembled. However, it is an UNCOMFORTABLE chair. The seat area has very little cushioning, and the top back of the chair is at an awkward height. the plastic arms of this chair have a gritty texture to them, which, if you are seated for a long time, can scrape your elbows raw, which has actually caused me to start paying attention to the skin on my elbows! If you try using a cushion for posterior padding and to avoid the uncomfortable arm rests, your coccis is then bumping against the bump at the bottom back of the chair (which I believe is meant for spinal support). If you're a person who sits with legs spread, the edges of the arm rests are going to be digging into your outer thighs. Final analysis: In order to comfortably use this chair, you must: a-be very thin but still have a bubble-butt; b- must have gone to charm school (Back straight; keep those knees together, a lady reveals nothing!); or c: just have it for show in an office area at an open house! As an actual usable chair, this is no bargain.
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