Top positive review
Great style. Good Value.
Reviewed in the United States on April 6, 2022
I'm very happy with this chair. Assembly took all of 15 minutes and consists of adding washers to the legs and screwing them into pre-drilled holes in the base of the chair, then turning it over and sliding the chair back into brackets in the base and pushing down until it locks in place. There's a flap on the back with already attached velcro tape you just smooth into place and tuck under. Don't delude yourself that you're getting a quality leather chair for $350. The specs list this as "bonded" leather, which is made from scraps of leather and whipped into a concoction that's bonded to a paper or fabric backing. If you accept that limitation and treat this chair with care, it seems like a solid piece of furniture that could last for years, but, realistically, not close to a lifetime like real leather furniture. This is a perfect addition to the small family room off my kitchen. It's MY chair and it fits me perfectly. I'm a 5'3" 105lb. woman, but reviews by larger women and men say they find it comfortable, too. The seat and back are firm, not hard. Good support whether sitting upright or reclined. I did have some difficulty moving the chair into a reclined position, then discovered it's easier if I leaned forward slightly before pushing back. This chair does stay in a fully reclined position and I find it very comfortable. My concern was that the orange color would be too bright and garish. It's not; it's a lovely, warm burnt orange that looks beautiful with the terra cotta soffit that surrounds the room. For peace of mind, I did purchase the $75, 5-year repair/replace extended warranty that covers accidental damage, wear, and mechanical issues. I'm very satisfied with this purchase and recommend it without reservation, provided you're aware of its limitations vs. genuine leather.