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Pros: works good
Other Thoughts: I just wasted 30 min writing a cojent, decriptive review. newegg made me re-log in and wiped the text out. Thanks.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Topwin 1 Piece Touch Screen Pen Universal Capacitive Stylus For Phone Tablet
Pros: They are cheap. Design is decent though they are very light (assuming thin=cost low)
Cons: Wear out in a week, or less.
Other Thoughts: I may be stylus-stupid. I don't know what cloth they use in stylus's (yea i know "-i") but it must have a huge quality variance. I bought some Rosewill ones that were 12.00 each when they were on sale, and a Belkin one at about same price point, and I swear, even those do wear, but they seem to last much longer than any of the cheap variety available here or elsewhere. On that note, these are a much much better deal than the 5.00 ea ones at Walgreens.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: BOSS Office Products B317-BK Task Chairs
does not move unless you flip and and move screws.
does not have recline bar.
so far,casters decent
Cons: does not have recline bar, though i was tired of those getting wornout
chair back could be 6" higher.
work chair/at desk chair. one for at home and a few for the office (repair shop)
just what i wanted, and i have always been loyal to executive-style chairs. but, simplicity has its perks. on sale under 75.00 its a no brainer. full retail (which ive seen from 110-150) i would wait.
Other Thoughts: UPDATE: After owning 4 of these for over a year i would say...I shoudl give them 5 eggs. I seem to have neglected to mention one flaw..it was an odd flaw. Every chair I bought, all from Newegg, had at least one screw hole that was not machined/tapped correctly, and every assembly has one screw in the back-to-base set, that does not go in flush. It actually sticks out 1/4-1/2 ". Even with only three properly rooted, and even though then back-to-base bar that holds the backrest always wiggles and can not be tightened to not do so, the chair is still a solid 5 egg if purchased on sale under 90.00 inc. shipping. I am done with heavy executive style chairs that I always feel compelled to 'over-keep' due to the 150 + price one normally pays....The 'task' style, IF having full arms, is the way to go. (Full arms means that they have a support on front & back of arm, not a one side support that curls backward.) I am still confused as to how EVERY chair I have bought has had same flaw in one of the 4 holes for the base screw, but next one I buy ( likely a red one for my son and pink one for my daughter as they LOVE to sit in mine) I will not try using a screwdrivwer on the base i will just grab my drill and attach the phillips head and if I get resistance then perhaps I will try to re-pilot the hole. Lastly, I would reiterate, BIGGEST Pro is NO RECLINE BAR.READ FULL REVIEW