JEGS Office Chairs provide comfort and a sporty race style look. Features:
JEGS Office Chairs provide comfort and a sporty race style look.
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I would like to know where this chair is made? Is the chair made for jegs specifically or is it simply an office chair with racing seat inspiration? I ask because Sam's club has one too.Very happy with the reviews. I want one, Best Quality gets money.
The worst review points said it came with no instructions. Well, upon looking at the instructions (click on INSTRUCTIONS, above and to the left) i notice the spring tensioner for 'rocking' or tilt action a nice feature not mentioned elsewhere; confirm?
What is the weight limit of this chair?
I wanted to know the width and length of the stem of the wheel caster
Many office supply companies allow office customers a trial period with the option to return the chair it doesn't fit the employee. Do have any similar trial programs for companies looking to purchase in quantities of 5 or more?
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