- Also check our best rated Office Chair reviews
LEVV Harvard OC5BB Executive Chair
We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.
- Ergonomic Posture
- lumbar Supprt
- Breathable Mesh Seat and Backrest
Customers who viewed this item also viewed
What do customers buy after viewing this item?
Faux Leather and Mesh Seat. Mesh Back. Faux Leather Headrest. Ideal for Computer Use. Ergonomic Posture curved back and seat pad with lumbar support. Gas seat Height Adjustment. Twin Wheel, Double Castors. Lockable reclining tilt Mechanism, with tension control.
1 x Chair
Top Customer Reviews
this is less of a problem when in the recliner mode, but as soon as you lock it back in place it leans again.
also unfortunately the recliner mode, after using this chair for about 6 months now, has already broken the whole chair. It reclines past a safe point, this has meant that over time, (and ive only used it in recliner mode for 3 months (which is the only mode you can really use it in, due to the slant in non recline mode)) that the metal seal at the top of the swivel mechanism has come apart, essentially splitting the top and bottom of the chair in 2. now useless. 1 star.
The instructions are VERY minimalist, but I still put it together in about 10 minutes. Just use the tool supplied, lay out the screws and it is straightforward.
The up/down action is simple and obvious, I struggled with the tilt. THere is a "dial" to adjust tension, what is not obvious is that to tilt back you need to pull the up/down lever to the right to unlock it. THe tilt action is either locked forard or rocking which is ok.
Quality of the chair is very good. Mine has a crack on one of the plastic discs on the side but it is cosmetic and isn't worth the hassle of sending back.
All in all very pleased, definitely good value for money.
I really like the mesh back and seat. [I used to get a bit sticky in the old chair after a few hours!]
The back has a lumbar support but doesn't adjust by itself, however you can alter the overall tension [tilt] of the chair which, with a bit of experimentation makes it quite comfortable. [The instructions are at best basic, covering assembly only and not method of adjustment].
One small moan - It's quite awkward to put together. [Could be a real problem for someone of small stature if on their own].
That said, it IS excellent value for money, I'd recommend it to anyone.
All parts were present, but was unable to correctly align one of the three screws used to attach the arm to the seat with it's corresponding hole, so i've had to make do with two (can't quite justify sending it all back - two is sufficient). Instructions were minimalist - but not rocket science to figure out.
Comfortable to sit on, mesh provides good support. Lift/drop mechanism is responsive, tilt function is very good.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A cheap plastic ring sits in the hole the adjustment arm sits in, which breaks easily under normal loads. Read morePublished 10 months ago by JT
Good value for money & comfortable, not sure how long it will last as very light & materials a bit flimsy, wait & see.Published on 26 Mar. 2015 by Mark
You could easily believe you spent 3 x the price.
Still working well after several months.
Even the teenage could assemble it.
I've had this for months now and it's really comfortable. I sometimes get tight shoulders working at home but not with this chair. Read morePublished on 20 Jan. 2015 by Traveller64
I purchased this chair just five months ago, and already it collapses back, and leans both left and right. Read morePublished on 6 Jan. 2015 by T. Clarke