Eliza Tinsley Ergonomic High Back Multi-Functional Task Operator Chair : Good supportive chair, easy to assemble

After a lenghty search of the market decided on eliza tinsley chair was the answer. I might add i am 95 with back problems so i needed a good chair. The tracking facility and arrival was mind blowing and rocket science. Now to the chair, it is heavy and sturdily built with heavy guage metal parts. The instructions are minimal but sufficient, i liked the unsual but effectiveway of securing the armrests without using bolts. After assembling the chair and if i can manage it then anyone can. The chair provides for every requirement regarding any condition to obtain a comfortable position at the computer. I have purchased many chairs over the years and without doubt thisis the best. Thank you amazon for a bargain.

Good supportive chair, easy to assemble. I spend hours at my desk so wanted a decent chair. Pleased with this one which seems well made and with good back support. A few notes:assembly is very easy; the mechanics are pre-assembled and all you have to do is to plug in the castors and central post, screw on the backrest, and slide in the arms. The backrest screws are tightened using the supplied allen key though this is a shallow fit in the screws so just slightly awkward. Instructions not too good for the arms. There is a lever not mentioned which you must slide to the inside position for fitting. Note also that there are plastic rails in the armrest slider; one of mine came out and i had to put it back carefully before sliding in the arm. Once fitted, you push in a clip (incorrectly described as a screw) and then move the lever towards the outside of the seat to secure the arm. Not really difficult, but it would have done no harm to give correct assembly instructions.

Really good, supportive work chair. Only negative is the the back height isn’t adjustable, so the lumbar support isn’t quite right for me. Apart from that, i consider it to be a good buy and value for money. Here are the specifications for the Eliza Tinsley Ergonomic High Back Multi-Functional Task Operator Chair:

  • High tulip shaped backrest
  • 3-dimensional curvature incoroprating lumbar and spine support
  • Multi set mechanism for gas seat height, backrest rake, forward seat tilt and seat slide
  • Large black nylon base fitted with twin wheel hooded castors
  • Multi directional and height adjustable arms

After a lenghty search of the market decided on eliza tinsley chair was the answer. I might add i am 95 with back problems so i needed a good chair. The tracking facility and arrival was mind blowing and rocket science. Now to the chair, it is heavy and sturdily built with heavy guage metal parts. The instructions are minimal but sufficient, i liked the unsual but effectiveway of securing the armrests without using bolts. After assembling the chair and if i can manage it then anyone can. The chair provides for every requirement regarding any condition to obtain a comfortable position at the computer. I have purchased many chairs over the years and without doubt thisis the best. Thank you amazon for a bargain.

Most comfortable chair i have had. Every ergonomic adjustment you could wish for, study and robust, does exactly what it is supposed to do. I bought this for work as i was fed up with the cheap rubbish we get supplied with in the nhs, and this was cheaper .

Reviews from purchasers :

  • Good supportive chair, easy to assemble
  • Perfect Purchase
  • Most comfortable chair I have had

Really good, supportive work chair. Only negative is the the back height isn’t adjustable, so the lumbar support isn’t quite right for me. Apart from that, i consider it to be a good buy and value for money.

Good supportive chair, easy to assemble. I spend hours at my desk so wanted a decent chair. Pleased with this one which seems well made and with good back support. A few notes:assembly is very easy; the mechanics are pre-assembled and all you have to do is to plug in the castors and central post, screw on the backrest, and slide in the arms. The backrest screws are tightened using the supplied allen key though this is a shallow fit in the screws so just slightly awkward. Instructions not too good for the arms. There is a lever not mentioned which you must slide to the inside position for fitting. Note also that there are plastic rails in the armrest slider; one of mine came out and i had to put it back carefully before sliding in the arm. Once fitted, you push in a clip (incorrectly described as a screw) and then move the lever towards the outside of the seat to secure the arm. Not really difficult, but it would have done no harm to give correct assembly instructions.