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Office Depot and OfficeMax has Serta Smart Layers AIR Arlington Executive Chair (Black/Pewter or Gray/Pewter) on sale for $149.99 - 25% off w/ coupon code 29203071 = $112.49. Shipping is free or select free store pickup where available. Thanks longmanj9
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This chair is tested to support a weight capacity of 250lbs

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250 lb kid?
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Bonded leather
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Yep, avoid. Have this chair and it's peeling after a year of heavy use.
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Wow, this is a great deal. But I really don't need one.
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Bonded leather
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can I use this code in store. still in return frame with a chair I just bought.
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Costco has a variation of this chair, except the arm rests are adjustable for $149.99. Core of the chair looks nearly identical, also using bonded leather.

Super comfy.
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after going in store I really want the hensley
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Bonded leather
Yep, avoid. Have this chair and it's peeling after a year of heavy use.
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This chair is great, the only issue is the sides of the arm rest on mine are cracking. It is the only part of the chair that is not leather. I am very happy though. I have back issues and it is very good. The rest of the chair is holding up very well with over a year of moderate use.
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Bonded leather
That's still ok.
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Bonded leather
So would James Bond sit in it or not?

I agree that a full hide chair would be great -- yeah, don't think you'll be finding one for $100 anytime soon. This is probably cheap crap from China. But again, what do you expect? Seriously, if someone can post a deal on a high-quality "real" leather chair, that would be great! Sign me up!

As for "bonded leather," well, there can be good-quality stuff and poor-quality stuff. The fact that it's "bonded" (not 007's' favorite -- I think he likes quality stuff) isn't the big problem for a $100 chair, but, if it starts peeling and looking shoddy in a year, as one poster said, then, it is a problem.
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that chair is for kid...not adult...
Why would you say that? Are you America sized?
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that chair is for kid...not adult...
250 lb kid?

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Costco has a variation of this chair, except the arm rests are adjustable for $149.99. Core of the chair looks nearly identical, also using bonded leather.

Super comfy.
and when (not if) the bonded leather starts to disintegrate you can bring it back for a full refund!

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This chair is great, the only issue is the sides of the arm rest on mine are cracking. It is the only part of the chair that is not leather. I am very happy though. I have back issues and it is very good. The rest of the chair is holding up very well with over a year of moderate use.
actually NONE of this chair is true leather
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