1) CUSHIONS: an unpleasant shape with a pillow under the back. I attempted to sit on a chair that was very similar but with a pillow that was wider and taller; it was a great deal more comfortable.
It only provides support for a portion of the lower back, after which you "fall through" with your upper back into a chair, and the top pillow protrudes in a manner that is wholly unsettling for the head and the neck. If you lean back against the back of a chair that has a conventional arrangement of these cushions, you will feel like you are sitting in a cuttlefish.
You can see in the picture that the solution I came up with is to place the pillow from the top of the stack immediately on top of the pillow from the bottom of the stack.
As a result.
The pillow that had been placed beneath the head was taken away straight away. If you lean back on a chair at a significant angle, of course you can't do without it (since your head would be in a hole in the plastic), so adjust everything and move.
In conclusion, the pillows are not particularly comfortable; but, if you replace each of them with one that is bigger, you will probably be able to alleviate some of the problems caused by the chair. But after that, things start up and keep picking up.
Further . This is something that I should have seen and paid attention to right away but! only after a day of sitting, when the fifth point and the hips started to hurt) only after sitting for a day
2) SEAT There are "limiters" on the sides of the seat itself, which can be found on the sides of the seat. If you have wide hips, like I do, sitting for an extended period of time in a chair can cause compression. On the back are duplicates of the ones on the front. Therefore, if you have a larger build, you will find that they are exceedingly uncomfortable. Strangely enough, this turned out to be the most significant drawback due to the fact that. I am powerless to change the situation in any way.
It's possible that the solution is. Put additional cushions on the seat until it is aligned with these restraints. This is purely a visual issue, but suddenly it is significant for someone. 3) Plugs should be placed on the side. an item that is absolutely pointless, fragile, and it appears that they do not fit. After several attempts to put them on, I gave up and assumed that it was normal to not be able to put them on. There will be no impact on the chair's functionality as a result of this.
4) The leather of the deputy. The upholstery will eventually crack and come apart; it's just a question of time at this point. Everything else in this place is operating as usual.
When this occurs, you have the option to purchase a case. During the summer, the chair will be rather warm to sit in.
5) On the second day, the mechanism of the swing started to make creaking noises. This is also to be expected; I had this problem with my last chair, which had a rocking mechanism very identical to this one.