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At the time of research, the Better Homes & Gardens Bonded Leather Executive Office Chair (Brown) is $87.31 lower (62.83% savings) than the $139 retail price.

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Only mere peasants purchase bonded leather chairs!



Can confirm, am peasant.
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And of course, if anyone even sees this thread, they'll start off crowing about how mere peasants buy bonded leather chairs, as if there are any non-bonded-leather chairs available anywhere besides specialty stores...
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anyone know what the seating length is?
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And of course, if anyone even sees this thread, they'll start off crowing about how mere peasants buy bonded leather chairs, as if there are any non-bonded-leather chairs available anywhere besides specialty stores...
Its because companies need cornier names. Like: Bonded, James Bonded chairs.
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Ahhhhh, nothing like "bonded" leather or "pleather" as I like to call it. I have went through so many of these type of chairs and the components way outlast the material, which usually begins to fleck off with the first six months. I've been debating on replacing mine but right now I have the arms covered with brown packing tape. This is a good price compared to other ones I've seen but I would not expect it to be any different.

I've even though about going with one of the fabric chairs.
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FYI, bonded leather will begin to flake after just a few years of use. It pretty much ruins the furniture and makes a huge mess since the small bits of "leather" end up everywhere. This is why many furniture manufacturers went back to vinyl (i.e., faux leather).
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Only mere peasants purchase bonded leather chairs!



Can confirm, am peasant.
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FYI, bonded leather will begin to flake after just a few years of use. It pretty much ruins the furniture and makes a huge mess since the small bits of "leather" end up everywhere. This is why many furniture manufacturers went back to vinyl (i.e., faux leather).
The seat cushion will be completely flat way before the leather will flake off.
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Bonds dupes me too many times, never again. I'm mesh for life!
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Ah yes, bondage leather.. some like it, some don't. It's all about the preference in the bedroom, or office in this case. In my experience though, only buy new.
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This reminds me the chair I got from Office Depot about 8-9 years ago. It's been flaking for years. The cushion barely has any leather left on the front. It's extremely comfortable though. I'll check the dimensions out and if they're the same I may pick one up.
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Stay away from anything that's made with "bonded leather." That's the crappiest leather ever (just a thin film coating that flakes away in no time). Just not worth it.
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For all the knocks on bonded leather, it sold out quick. lol
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