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Best Ergonomic Office Chair Leather & Mesh 2014 Review

Updated on January 9, 2014

Review Executive Ergonomic Office Chair 2013

If you are looking for a luxury office chair, there are many on the market that you might find a good fit. It really depends on your needs though; do you want a high back chair?

One with pivoting armrests? Consider also the castors on the bottom of the chair; many are just fine, but there are some which are not good for certain floor types.

Take a look at these very different chairs we are reviewing to see if you can find one that is perfect for your office.

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5 stars for Coaster Traditional Executive Office Chair

Ergonomic Office Chair Leather and Mesh 2013

Coaster Traditional Executive Office Chair

If you want a super sophisticated and luxury chair, then look at this Coaster Traditional Executive Office Chair. It is covered in classy leather with button embellishments. The armrests have a very cool swirl design on the end and it is outlined in studs for more decoration.

This chair is quite heavy at 80 pounds however. It features a wood base with a gas lift as well. The chair was pretty easy to put together and took me about 45 minutes. It was a bit more cumbersome than others because it is quite heavy, but overall it wasn't a bad assembly experience.

The color looks more brown online, but be advised that the color is really a deep burgundy. The casters that come with it are plastic and don't seem to be very well made, but replacements can be purchased quite easily elsewhere.

It's a pretty comfortable chair to sit in but I wouldn't recommend it for someone who will need it for a full 8 hours a day; there isn't much about it that is ergonomic so it could get uncomfortable after awhile. If you want a classy looking chair that will be sturdy enough to last through the years, then this should do you fine.

Global Office Concorde Executive Chair

For someone who will be sitting in their chair for work every day, this Global Office Concorde Executive Chair would make a great fit.

This chair is also heavy at 80 pounds but is so comfortable, you won't even notice the weight when you assemble it. I think this chair would be great for larger persons because it has a wide and deep seat.

The coolest thing about this chair is that you can make adjustments with the buttons that are located on the armrests. The chair was made to be ergonomically correct and is very comfortable to sit in.

It is made with a heavy duty steel frame which will ensure use through many years. It features a 7 position back/lumbar height adjustment and a 5 position tilt lock adjustment. The casters are very heavy duty as well, so you need not worry about replacing them.

The base tested to hold up to 5,000 pounds so you know that it can handle any stress you put on it.

LexMod Edge Office Chair

This LexMod Edge Office Chair has a cool and futuristic look to it; it would be a good addition to a modernly designed office. I like that this chair has a mesh back to keep your back cool for long periods at a time.

It is made with an ergonomic design that fits your bottom and back very well. I really like how the armrests pivot up and out of the way when you deem not to use them.

The seat is nicely padded with sponging and it features tilt tension control and a pneumatic gas seat height lever. This chair weighs around 40 pounds. I did notice that the seat width is a bit smaller than others I've used and might not be a good fit for someone taller or heavier in weight.

I really like how easy and fast it was to put together; it took me only about 20 minutes to do so.

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Best Ergonomic Leather & Mesh Office Chair

Boss Black LeatherPlus Executive Chair

Next, consider this Boss Black LeatherPlus Executive Chair. This is a more affordable chair than some of the others we have discussed but still offers an ergonomic shape that is comfortable to sit in.

It features lumbar support, which is not adjustable, and a pneumatic seat height adjustment. It also has adjustable tilt tension control.

It is covered in LeatherPlus which is just as nice looking, and easy to clean as real leather. The way the seat is designed, it helps with leg fatigue as well. If you don't want it to rock back, it features an upright locking position.

It can hold a person up to 250 pounds quite well. Assembly was pretty easy and took about 30 minutes, with no extra tools needed. This chair weighs 48 pounds. The armrests are lightly padded but do not adjust.

I like that it has a high enough back that I can rest my head comfortably when needed. This has been a great chair for my husband who works from home 25 hours a week and will spend sometimes 10 hours a day working in the same chair; he never complains of back pain!

Contemporary LeatherSoft Recliner with Ottoman

Last, take a look at this Contemporary LeatherSoft Recliner with Ottoman. This set weighs about 40 pounds altogether and makes a nice chair for anyone with room underneath for an ottoman. It comes in four different colors for your preference and is pretty cushy to sit on.

The armrests have to be the most thickly padded I've seen thus far and keep my elbows from going numb. I love that this chair reclines comfortably so you can relax and take a break when needed.

The recline is controlled with an easy to turn knob on the side and the seat swivels from side to side quite smoothly.

Though this chair is pretty comfortable to sit in, the padding on the seat is a bit thin for my liking but I have found a pillow to use with it.

Assembly was pretty easy with this chair and required no extra tools. I like that this chair is lightweight enough to be moved around on any surface quite easily.

Overall, this chair is inexpensive and works very well per the price. The ottoman is a very nice feature since many other manufacturers require you buy one separately.

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