So the armrests aren't adjustable?

asked on January 27, 2017

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Mine keep coming loose too I have to keep re-tightening them. I didn't realize it until it came in because I had an old version of this chair that's identical except the armrests are adjustable. I thought it was the same chair. 🤦‍♂️

THE OLD VERSION WAS BETTER!

lp
· August 14, 2021
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Not only are they not adjustable but are beyond crap... I've had mine a couple months and the arms are moving away from the body of the chair. I can litteraly pull them inward and it's only getting worse. I'm currently looking for a new one this is getting donated
fish lover
· December 18, 2017
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No the armrests are not adjustable they are fixed by being screwed to the bottom of the seat
Leah
· January 28, 2017
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not adjustable, and would make sure the arms fit under the desk. They did not fit under mine and now I cannot sit close to the desk, and cannot tuck the chair in when I leave.
Tracy P.
· December 4, 2020
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To everyone complaining about loose screws learn how to use thread lock it's not that hard
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No, it can't. but it's in a really comfortable position.
Jason Pan
· January 27, 2017
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No. There stationary.
Amazon Customer
· January 27, 2017
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No
Chantal
· January 28, 2017
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No they are not.
BeeDizz
· January 27, 2017
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