Office Hippo Boulder Heavy Duty Executive Office Chair, 24 Hour Use, 152 kg Weight Tolerance £109.50 @ Amazon
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Office Hippo Boulder Heavy Duty Executive Office Chair, 24 Hour Use, 152 kg Weight Tolerance £109.50 @ Amazon

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Found 1st Aug
  • These are around £150 everywhere.
  • A very smart executive style swivel, desk chair faced in soft, bonded leather with an above average 152 kg weight tolerance; designed for commercial offices whilst being elegant enough for the home
  • Lock tilt mechanism for seat height adjustment; the chair tilt can be locked in position or left to free float; a torsion control knob means the tilt tension can be adjusted to suit the user's weight
  • The padded arms, curved back and deep cushioning with integral headrest provide maximum comfort
  • 5 years component and 2 years upholstery guarantee
  • Dimensions: Seat width 56 cm, seat depth 33 cm, back width 53 cm, back height 78 cm, seat height 48.5 to 56 cm, arm height 70 to 78 cm; overall dimensions (W x D x H): 66 x 71 x 114 to 121.5 cm
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Good deal but a mesh chair is always the way to go if you can afford it
Bonded leather.....stopped reading at that point.
cicobuff40 m ago

Bonded leather.....stopped reading at that point.


Bonded leather or faux......choices, choices!
smallsteve1 h, 3 m ago

Bonded leather or faux......choices, choices!


Think I would prefer faux material over glued scraps personally lol.
kyeung4 m ago

Thanks, I never knew the difference just looked it up. Quite …Thanks, I never knew the difference just looked it up. Quite interesting.https://worldofleathers.com/leather-guide-and-info/the-difference-between-bonded-leather-vs-genuine-leather/Voted hot for the price but not for me.


Be wary of shoes that are advertised as leather, even a good number of motorcycle boots which are meant to offer you safety can are made with bonded leather.
Shwartzewolf2 h, 5 m ago

Good deal but a mesh chair is always the way to go if you can afford it


I disagree. Mesh chairs are freezing in our office with Aircon. Prefer something with a solid back myself!
Leather office chairs are the ultimate faux prestige product; cold in winter, hot and sticky in summer; what idiot buys one??

Mesh is ok, but I always worry about longevity of the material.

Personally, I have a 20+ year old Heavy Duty Operators chair in fabric, rated at 120KG, even though I weigh a lot more; fabric is warm in the winter, and breathes enough that you dont feel sticky or too sweaty in the summer (even this summer).

Yes, it has coffee, chocolate and the odd bloodstain that would wipe off of leather/pleather/plastic; but I would rather be comfortable than look like a boss.
When I am on the computer my back hardly ever touches the chair, If I sit with my back against it my arms would have to be straight out like a Zombie... Please show me a chair around this price with thick heavy duty padding (Not the kind that look thick but then got flat) and I will buy it.
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