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Tag Archives: cherryman respond office chair
1. Sleek, modern design with chrome accents
2. Ergonomic knee tilt with seat slider
3. Leather seat and nice mesh back
The Thorough Review:
The Cherryman Respond 3.1 Mesh Office Chair with Leather seat is a very nice modern mesh chair. Not fully mesh, it features a thick leather seat that complements the mesh back nicely. It adds both style and comfort to the chair, and, with the chrome base and accents, combine to make a high end, luxury modern office chair at at mid-market price.
Featuring a seat slider, back height adjustment, and a 2:1 ergonomic knee tilt mechanism, the chair features all the ergonomic necessities to more than appropriately qualify as a quality ergonomic chair. It has an adjustable lumbar support and height and width adjustable arms too, covered in a "Soft Touch" polyurethane armpad.
The back height is tall enough to be able to pass as a modern managers chair, or low enough to work capably as a task chair in an modern environment. The chair sits nice. The aforementioned leather seat is not plush, but rather a tad firm - just how you want a good ergonomic task chair to be. The back mesh is nice, as it conforms well to majority of users and is firm enough to provide ample upper and lower back support. It's breathability is nice too. Overall, the Cherryman Respond 3.1 is a stylish and very modern ergonomic office chair for any office environment.
The chair fits well. The mid-back with its ratched back ensures most people will fit well in it. It is only rated up to 250 lbs though.
Very adjustable. Has most every ergonomic adjustment needed.
It is a good looking chair. That's the bottom line. Clean lines and nice design.
Overall Rating (Not an average):
Overall, a good ergonomic chair. Competes at a great price point. The relative inexperience of the manufacturer in the chair business (they've done desks for years) gives us pause where longevity is concerned, but the chair features a good warranty.
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