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When searching for leather swivel chairs with both design and price point in mind, look no further than our York series. A high-quality choice for the price-conscious consumer, our York series of swivel office chairs feature distinctive stitching and design on the center back, an unmatched attention to detail and convenient closed loop arms. The York leather swivel chair features plush cushions with soft-touch black leather upholstery and hard-surface casters. The York series features ergonomic conveniences, such as pneumatic seat height adjustment, tilt tension, tilt lock and 360 degree swivel, at a fraction of the price. With two different sizes and models to choose from, the York series of our Alera office furniture is a budget-friendly option that doesn't dodge the quality craftsmanship and design that our customers have come to expect.
Low-end build quality office chair.
This review is from: Alera York Series YK42LS10B (ALEYK42LS10B) Mid-Back Swivel/Tilt Chair, Black Leather
Pros: Got it for $70.
Cons: Would have absolutely returned if I had to buy it at the full price.
Other Thoughts: I absolutely could not build this chair on my own. It took an extra strong pair of arms to muscle the chair into the proper position in order to apply some of the final screws, as if some of the holes were misaligned, or improperly measured. There was no kind of finish on the drilling through leather and padding (ex. stitching so that the hole is fully exposed, I actually had to dig through some of the padding to find the hole to put the screw through on more than a couple instances), so getting the screws to line up into the holes in the arms through into the actual chair was a nightmare. (Did I mention that the holes don't all line up when partially secured?) I honestly considered testing the screws used to build this chair on a higher-quality one that was missing a few of its own, but my laziness metre was off the charts the afternoon I started building.
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