There are simply a ton of leather office chairs out there, and many look the same, so really, what makes a difference between those you can buy at officestaplesdepotmax superstore for 60 dollars and those that cost a couple hundred or more?
Two things- comfort and durability!
You are really going to get what you deserve, if when shopping for conference room leather office chairs, you start to settle for the cheapest possible! If you don’t want to buy new ones again in a matter of months, put a little extra into it.
Here’s one of the sort of chairs that’s really worth the extra bit of investment, and even at the price, it’s well worth it!
The OST-8501 conference room leather office chair is soft and plush, very easy to sit in for hours at a time, which makes it great for conference room applications. The chair has a deep mahogany finish on the arms and base (which has a steel frame supporting it), and a very comfortable knee tilt control. Knee tilts move the pivot point forward, so the feet stay on the floor when reclining, making it very comfortable. It has padded armrests (be careful about the height of the chair when putting it back under the table!) and an integrated lumbar support which is very comfortable!
This is a well-built chair- meant to last- which means in the long run, you’re spending less money, and it’s very comfortable as well!
For one chair behind a desk, or many around a conference room table, this leather office chair is sure to please!
When looking for leather office chairs for a single office or especially for the conference room, these days it’s usually about value- getting the best chair for the money!
The BOS-B686 is certainly a great value for the money!
Not only does this chair have great looks, with its sleek styling, but it also sits very well. It has nice padding on the seat and back, the leather is soft and comfortable and the lumbar support on it feels really good! The construction of this chair is pretty good too! I figure the only issue I really have with this chair is that the arms are just a bit short, but that’s really not an issue. Otherwise, especially for the price, this chair is a really good value, and it’s certainly not going to break the bank if you want to get 8 of them for the conference room!
Great price, good looks, good construction. This chair really is a great choice if you’re looking for a leather office chair!
Very reasonably priced, this chair has soft leather, thick padding for durability, it does sit firmly, but comfortably, the leather is soft, arms are padded, and it’s sturdy. It has a very nice mahogany finish on the arms and base, and with the nice transitional design, it’s going to fit in well just about everywhere.
There are many leather office chairs out there, and when everything is balanced out- price, appearance, comfort, feel and durability- this is certainly a good choice!
This is a button-tufted back chair which has a great price, and is very comfortable as well.
The leather is soft and supple, the seat padding is thick and sits very well, the back is nicely contoured with a good lumbar support, the tufting works very well, I don’t feel the buttons as I’m sitting in it, the padded armrests feel good and the cherry finish is even and gives the chair a great look.
One very nice thing is that when I lean my head back (I’m 5’8″) my head is hitting the top of the headrest so my eyes are looking up at about a 30-35 degree angle. In other words, when I’m resting my head back (not sleeping, thinking!), it’s at a very comfortable angle.
This is a good quality leather office chair at a very good price!
If you’ve ever asked yourself, “Should I get a high back leather office chair, or a mid back leather office chair?”, then this blog post might have some answersfor you.
Are high back leather chairs just for big, hi-rise corner offices, and mid back leather office chairs for conference rooms and managers offices? What are the beneficial differences between the back sizes of leather office chairs?
Let’s check this out….
A mid back leather office chair is great for managers. It is also a very nice alternative for a home office, but a home office chair that is not sat in for hours at a time. For example, I am writing this in a mid back chair at home, with lumbar support (this chair, to be exact), but I only sit in this chair about 2-4 hours a day, am getting up and taking breaks from the chair. At work however, I use a high back leather office chair with lumbar support…
If you are going to use your chair for more than 4 hours a day, managers or home office users alike, I would graduate them to more high back seating – while the style is of an executive chair, the high back provides great upper back support, which for long term seating is necessary. As I mentioned above, at work I sit in my chair longer than 4 hours at a time. Obviously, I take breaks during the day to walk around and stretch, but for the most part, I am sitting. My high back leather chair allows me to lean back and provide my shoulders and neck with support, so there is limited strain on that area trying to keep head upright.
So, while I am not in a high rise corner office just yet, I prefer a high back leather office chair for its support. If I were talking about an ergonomic chair, I would be recommending one with a headrest. Same situation. Just keep in mind how many hours you, your employees or co-workers will be sitting in the chair when assessing what type of leather office chair to invest in.