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This review is from: Safco 2120BL Restase Adjustable Footrest, Black w/Silver Accents.
Pros: The rubber padding is smooth, comfortable and nice. Great footrest for bare feet.
Very sturdy. When I was taking mine out of the box, I accidentally dropped it on hard concrete floor and it didn't leave a scratch. Construction and design seem pretty solid. I expect this thing to last me decades.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: UPDATE 3/18/2016: The footrest is not quite as sturdy as I first thought. Since my initial review, the unit has cracked right in the middle where your feet rest, and the silver accents on each side of the footrest have come unglued and are falling off. It's lasted pretty well over the last 1.5 years, but I'm now looking to replace it with a new one.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: PlayStation 4 Console with Free The Last of Us Remastered Bundle
Pros: I'm very happy with this purchase. It arrived quickly, I had no problem downloading my copy of The Last of Us, and 2 months down the road everything is working fantastic and I have no complaints. Packaging was sealed, everything was brand new.
Cons: None come to mind.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill By BOSS RFFC-13009 - Executive Ergonomic High-Back LeatherPlus Chair
Pros: Ridiculously EASY assembly. When the chair arrived, it was basically already put together. No bolting on the arm rests or any of that. All I had to do was attach the wheels to the base, attach the hydraulic lifter to the base, put the seat on top, and lock the backrest into position. Took about 2 minutes!!
The seat is cushy and comfortable. I don't expect it to stay that way longer than a couple years at most, but hey - its a $150 chair, not $500. I regard these types of chairs as "disposable".... they serve their purpose for a little while, but you'll probably want to replace it after a couple years. I could be wrong though - we'll see!
This chair DOES lean back. If I recall, I saw a review somewhere in here (might have been for another chair, but I'll say this anyhow) that complained about the chair not having the ability to lean back. This chair does lean back, you just need to pull the raise/lower lever OUT, away from the chair, and out of its "locked" position in order to lean back.
Cons: After a few days of use, the arm rest padding is already flattened out in spots where my elbow rests on them. I kinda expected this - it seems like most of these cheaper chairs have issues with the longevity of the padding. Not a huge deal right now, but I imagine that a year down the road, the arm rest padding is going to be almost non-existent.READ FULL REVIEW