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Description of Computer Chair Bureaucrat CH-330M Office, upholstery: textile, color: dairy
- Really comfortable chair, you sit down and your back is resting. A bit of background - they took a schoolboy about 5 years ago Bureaucrat CH-213AXN, still alive - 2 schoolchildren do homework and so they do. Last year, we finished construction and moved to a new house, 3 boys have their own rooms (I would like that in my childhood)) there was a question about the chair. A cursory examination of online stores did not give anything, reviews are varied, I did not find any such popular model + I wanted to feel, sit. Armchairs were considered in the budget of 3-5 thousand, and looking live at the chairs of the Chairman type, with which all the furniture was filled, it became sad - the plastic looked flimsy. I found a large showroom of models, about 40 were in total from all - only I liked it. As a result, we bought 2 chairs: orange (fabric) and dark blue (leather. deputy, because there was no fabric of the right color) for six months there are no complaints, it’s certainly more pleasant to sit in shorts on fabric upholstery, back sweats on leatherette. Now the 3rd ordered a dark blue senior with fabric upholstery.
- The empty rolls a little tight on the floor when you sit down - everything is ok.
- The chair is useful in and of itself. Cheap chairs frequently have uncontrolled armrests that either rest against the table and prevent the chair from moving towards it or slide under it and lose all purpose, forcing you to virtually sink to the floor. The benefit of this inexpensive chair is that it lacks armrests. Additionally, because of this, getting out of the chair is very straightforward, and you can even move very close to the table (important in small spaces). even at its tallest, slides under the table quietly. decent materials for the money. It appears to be pretty solid in black. The legs are also coated black (they are "bare metal" in all other colors). There are no issues with "leaving the table" because the wheels only turn with sufficient effort. Removable back cover for washing (just the back) Lift height of up to 57 cm is occasionally lower but not suitable for me. The seams are even, there are no wrinkles, and the threads don't protrude in any places, which is a sign of superior sewing.
- In the event of marriage, the following stand out during the assembly process: 1. Bolt holes using upholstery staples. 2. The saddle's and the tubes holding the back's bolt holes are out of position. 3. The base of the legs are heavily docked. I do not advise folks who are not "handy" to purchase a chair like this without assembly. There are many instances where time needs to be squeezed, sometimes even with the aid of profanity. You shouldn't expect a female with a manicure to put together a dhreiser for you without any effort. The chair's legs are very narrow, so if you want to rest your feet against them while wearing socks, you need to have a good pain threshold or wear slippers. However, many people complain about the gas lift, but with my weight of 75 pounds, it holds fine. I've left assembly instructions in the comments in case anyone finds them useful. Ultimately, this is fixed by attaching a hose to the gas lift rod, however it won't be possible to change the height afterwards.)
- Pleasant velor coating in the color of a pigeon's wing (in the photo it was somehow purple, but I did not believe the color reproduction, but read the reviews first :)). Cats don't really like this for turning their claws, and this is a plus. 95% of the bolts fit perfectly and quickly The metal cross seems very reliable, the wheels are not rough, the design is simple There is a moment that I realized only after the arrival of the heat - the blue-gray upholstery will instantly get dirty. But since the back cover is Velcro, I think everything will be washed normally in the machine.
- Infection, how much blood during embly I drank one single place! The beams of the cross are placed around the base and fixed with ten bolts - two for each beam. And in one single place there was no thread in the hole - as you want, screw the bolt there. I suffered for about twenty minutes, trying to screw the bolt into the hole as deeply as possible and feeding on pure hatred for the manufacturer. Then she spat and left it unscrewed. Another drawback is that this is, after all, a chair on wheels, and not a full-fledged chair. The backrest has almost no travel (not at all until I loosened the corresponding screws), and if you sit all day, the tailbone begins to fall off