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Reddit reviews on Lorell High-Back Chair Mesh Black Fabric Seat

Sentiment score: 22
Reddit mentions: 43

We found 43 Reddit mentions of Lorell High-Back Chair Mesh Black Fabric Seat. Here are the top ones.

Seat and back angle adjust independently and lock into place with multifunction mechanismAdjust the arm height and width for a better fitBreathable mesh back and unique mesh fabric seatErgonomic back supports your back's natural curvatureCovered by Limited 5-Year WarrantyExecutive high-back chair features a mesh back chair, mesh fabric seat and ergonomically designed high back for the natural curvature of a person's backArms adjust in height and widthSeat height from floor adjusts from 17" to 21"Offers a nylon five-star base, pneumatic seat-height adjustment, 360-degree swivel, tilt and asynchronous three-lever control Available in black frame only and meets the ca117 fire-retardant standard.

Found 43 comments on Lorell High-Back Chair Mesh Black Fabric Seat:

u/LetgoLetItGo · 7 pointsr/buildapcsales

If you're not willing to go over $200,I bought a Lorell High Executive Mesh chair for $150 6 years ago. It's really good for the price.

Back part is mesh so in the summer it keeps you cool. The memory foam seat has kept up as well and I've used it every single day for hours.

u/TeamRemix · 5 pointsr/pcmasterrace

Can confirm, live in SoCal and sit on this beauty instead of leather.

u/epik · 5 pointsr/buildapc

Wirecutter recommendations from 2012: http://thewirecutter.com/reviews/best-office-chair-is-the-steelcase-leap/

They like the Steelcase Leap the best. It's about $900 but you can sometimes find them on craigslist for $200-300.

They also say the Ikea Markus is great value at the price point of $200. It used to be $150 sometime last year, maybe it'll go on sale again. There are fabric version of the Markus that are a little cheaper.

Other people on reddit and various forums have stated their like for these from Amazon. Affordable and with some adjustments in the $150 range.

The Office Star Space Professional

The Lorrell Executive

The Herman Millers are outdated and overrated. The DX Racers are gimmicky and embarrassing. They are like the Beats of chairs. There is a reason racing seats are used in cars, the sides bolster you in place because of momentum during high speed turns. On a chair though, it's just pathetic.

Personally, I'm now leaning towards the Ikea Volmar. It seems to be a higher end chair to the Markus and you can find it on the site with headrest and armrest, only headrest, or without either.

http://www.ikea.com/us/en/catalog/products/S09896320/#/S69896317

Also found some generation 2 Leaps on craigslist I might check out, listed for $225. But I think I want a headrest for sure.

u/mrlucas · 3 pointsr/battlestations

I'm pretty sure I have that exact same chair. This is the one I bought: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000Q5XTE8

u/MrxPenguin · 3 pointsr/buildapc

Although they're both pretty much at your max budget, both of these options are really good chairs.

Chair 1
Chair 2

u/RabidOctopus · 2 pointsr/buildapc

I got one of these from Amazon for work. I liked it so I got one for my home and so did my brother. Then other people from my work tried the chair while I was on vacation and 3 or 4 of them ordered it as well. I haven't heard any complaints.

u/bobbylight17 · 2 pointsr/Massdrop

Could a massdrop be done for office/computer chairs?

This one seems like a good middle ground chair: http://www.amazon.com/Lorell-Executive-High-Back-Chair-Fabric/dp/B000Q5XTE8/ref=pd_sbs_hg_2

u/Pyrokills · 2 pointsr/pcgaming

I honestly can't think of a reason to spend so little on a computer chair, unless you're a casual computer user and are sitting at it for at most 3-4 hours a day. Even then you should be ponying up the cash for something with adjustable back support if you don't want back issues.
I sit at my desk on average 8 hours a day and the cheap $200-$300 chairs from office depot etc last me at most 3 years but usually 2 before falling apart. I then spend another $200-$300 and at that point I pretty much could've bought the Rolls Royce of chairs. So if you sit for as long as I do or longer, just take the hit and buy a solid, expensive chair.

However I understand not everyone can afford that even if they try and budget for it. There are pretty nice chairs (from what I've read) in the $400 range that aren't junk gaming chairs. Here's a list I've found but keep in mind I have never owned any of these but have just heard good things about them.

Lorell Executive

Alera Elusion

ErgoChair

For the last one, the Ergo Chair. I've heard both great things about the chair but negative things about the company itself. The Chair/Company was kickstarted/crowdfunded and some reddit users complained of shady practices, but others got their chairs and loved it so take with that what you will. And as others have said, you can get the herman miller chairs, steelcase etc etc for the cheap and in good condition on craigslist and ebay etc. Companies sell them all the time.

u/cheesynacho · 2 pointsr/pics

This chair almost perfectly matches the picture on the box, and has the same model number, now I can't see your link (silly staples making Canadian and US sites separate).

http://www.amazon.com/Lorell-Executive-High-Back-Chair-Fabric/dp/B000Q5XTE8

u/lukewarmandtoasty · 2 pointsr/SSBM

I tried out a LOT of chairs when I got into music production a decade ago. I've been using this since 2012 and never looked back. I'm 6'1" so I like a high back but there are normal back models too. I also took the armrests off to encourage better posture. There are a couple reviews talking about how the foam is too thin...they must be like 300 pounds or something because my brother's ~225 and he loves it too. Literally my only gripe is that after about 2 years of use it started getting a little rickety when I shift positions.

I also own this from the same company, and it's also great, but got even ricketier within a year and the fabric's not quite as nice. Surprisingly, the back cushion doesn't make nearly as much of a difference as I would've expected.

u/psychicsword · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

Im not exactly sure how BIFL this is but I actually just bought the Lorell LLR 86200 a few days ago because it was the same brand as the chairs in my office that have lasted a while and gave me a great deal. Based on the Amazon review it has lasted 2-3 years for a reviewer and compares well to the Aeron.

Personally having only sat in it for a few days I can only say so much but it feels really solid and it is very comfortable for me.

u/phiegnux · 1 pointr/AskBattlestations

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000Q5XTE8/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

very good, reasonably priced chair.mesh back helps with back getting hot, seat is quite comfy, i think mine is slowly loosing its cushion-ness, but still very supportive (had it for over a year). seat also has a lot of adjustment (seat tilt, back tilt, height). only complaints i guess would be there is not any arm rest adjustment and nothing really in the way of lumbar support. but again, for the money, this chair should make anyone happy.

u/AddictionsoLA · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I got my dxracer for a whopping $103.00 on Monday, but that ship has sailed. =/

I like the mesh back chairs, I use http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000Q5XTE8?psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00 at work and like it alot.

u/Cloudbuster274 · 1 pointr/buildapc

Another chair that is cheaper is This Chair, it's $150 bucks or so, it's not as good as an actual Herman Miller but for the price its great. I got it two years ago and it's still going great.

u/bigmeanjoegreen · 1 pointr/buildapc

This right here. I own it personally, before this I had a cheap Walmart chair that would destroy my back and bum after a few hours of sitting in it. But this chair... this chair is amazing it's got a really good angle on the recline, the seat is real comfortable and doesn't hurt the ass bone, after a 5-6 hour gaming session no back pain or terrible uncomfort when you get up, and all around totally worth the $150 for it.

u/Dolch8 · 1 pointr/medicalschool

I have this chair with these added arm rest covers, and it's amazing. I spend A LOT of sitting these days (yay dedicated!), and it keeps me comfortable.

u/russellfolk · 1 pointr/CoderRadio

Guess I should include a link, huh? http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000Q5XTE8
Not that you must buy that one but just for convenience sake.

u/lPause · 1 pointr/buildapc

Amazon link for the chair

Its okay I guess, not really the best, good back support but not tall enough to support your head at all.

u/pmmeurpc120 · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Just for chair shoppers, I got https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000Q5XTE8?psc=1&ref=ppx_pop_mob_b_asin_image from this site like a year ago for around $150 I think. Upgraded from that white $60 ikea chair. It's way better than the ikea one and has served me well. Im sure there are way nicer chairs though. I would recommend staples for trying some styles first but this is a good chair for someone who wants a not cheap chair but doesnt want to spend over $200 on a chair they have never tried out. This is just meant as starting advice for someone looking to upgrade a cheap chair. Look for a chair with some adjustment options.

u/HD_ERR0R · 1 pointr/CabaloftheBuildsmiths

Thanks for recommendation. I'm just not sure if I like bass all that much. I listen to music very little. I would use them for playing videos games (primarily FPS) and watching YouTube, hulu, and Netflix. So I'm planning on going with the The Shure SRH1540 ($499) when I save up.

All my parts should be here by Thursday.

Amazon a day later sold the video card and SSD card cheaper right after I bought those parts -_-

Also I was looking at computer chairs. Needed a 2nd option on this. I can only spend $210 on this. I know you are no chairologist expert but... I was looking at these two...

Edit:[ I'm think I'm going to be getting this one... http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000Q5XTE8//ref=cm_sw_su_dp?tag=gamingacc-20

I like the way the leather ones look but it's not real leather. In the near future I'm going to be sitting at my desk for many hours everyday so I need to it last and be comfortable. Looks okay but yea. You Have any input? ]


  1. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00166DR9S//ref=cm_sw_su_dp?tag=gamingacc-20

  2. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008OTSHSQ//ref=cm_sw_su_dp?tag=gamingacc-20


    Few others I looked at...

  3. http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00SWCQHV4?psc=1#

  4. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B004C1RULU//ref=cm_sw_su_dp?tag=gamingacc-20

  5. http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000Q5XTE8//ref=cm_sw_su_dp?tag=gamingacc-20
u/SardonicPanda · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Sorry to jump in on your post but I don't want to make another with this one being made only a day ago. I'm currently in the market for a chair myself. Only problem is mine has to come from Amazon. I have a balance of $ 140 before shipping and taxes. Any suggestions? I've been leaning towards this one

http://www.amazon.com/Lorell-Executive-High-Back-Chair-Fabric/dp/B000Q5XTE8

u/KnowsTheLaw · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

I did some research on this, and if you are looking for something higher end, this chair is a cheap version of the herman miller Aeron: http://www.amazon.com/Lorell-Executive-High-Back-Chair-Fabric/dp/B000Q5XTE8/ref=pd_sbs_hg_5

It says it's $166 with free shipping.

The aerons are about $800 with options, in canada. They are the 'go to' ergonomic office chair.

u/hellokhoi · 1 pointr/buildapc

I ride a Herman Miller Aeron at work, and nothing else really compares. But fuck me if I'm gonna spend $500+ on chairs for the house ... I've found Lorell Executives to be an excellent value and a great chair (adjustable, super ergonomic, good size) for long hours on the computer. I'm a big guy and wreck lesser chairs (every Ikea and Office Depot/Max chair ever)in a matter of months but the Aeron and Lorell chair have held up.

http://www.amazon.com/Lorell-High-Back-Swivel-Chair-x28-1/dp/B0074GX2YE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1420872606&sr=8-1&keywords=lorell+chair

Quicker adjusting version

http://www.amazon.com/Lorell-Executive-High-Back-Chair-Fabric/dp/B000Q5XTE8/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1420872606&sr=8-2&keywords=lorell+chair

ETA: I'm reading a lot of comments that are recommending Costco chairs, I have to recommend against them. I've personally thrown 3 out from wearing out the cushions and arms.

u/djyoshmo · 1 pointr/OfficeChairs

Secretlab's Titan series is supposed to be better than even many of the ergonomic mesh options out there. At $400 (USD I presume?) you can get a LOT of chair, and you can even start looking into the Herman Miller options.


I just picked up this chair from amazon, and even at the 120 I spent on black friday it's a great buy. Upgrading from a terribad years old leather chair to this baby was a revelation. And if you want a headrest, you can always buy one for it aftermarket for like 20 bucks.


Looking at the chairs you posted, I would honestly not bother spending so much money on something that's not necessarily name brand. You can get something of similar quality for 200 USD less (the chair I mentioned is very highly rated everywhere I've looked)--if you're trying to spend your full budget, I'd seriously look into Herman Miller and see if you can find any good deals/sales. Patience is going to be key when it comes to buying a decent chair--the prices can fluctuate anywhere from 30 to hundreds of dollars on a whim.


Good luck!

u/MarzMan · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I have a Lorell which is pretty good except for the hydraulic piston which I replaced with a larger one. The mesh is very durable and fairly comfortable.

Just looking, amazon has some cheap mesh chairs and they look to be highly rated. Seat padding looks sub-par but the flip up arms is an awesome feature.

These types are the gold standard gaming chair but they are made for a specific body type and I don't fit that mold even remotely, I'm far too tall and wide for them so I've never even wanted to try them out. This is most likely a knockoff brand. DXRacer is the one brand I've looked at, they've been around a few years.

u/rebelx · 1 pointr/buildapc

Can someone please comment on the following chairs?

I currently use the Staples Torrent, but after spending the past two months in it for more than 12 hours/day studying, I realized that I can't do that anymore. It needs to go. My shoulders and back hunch forward and my thighs start to hurt after a bit as well. It was great in the beginning--granted I never sat this long for such an extended period of time--but now it's just aggravating.

I don't want leather/"leather" anymore. I need ventilation. Mesh only. I wish someone had told me this sooner.

I'm looking at this from Amazon (Lorell LLR86200 or its newer variant (actually, based on the reviews it might be a different model style entirely) the LLR86205. The first chair in particular has a significantly number of positive reviews.

From Office Depot, we have the Realspace Pro Quantum 9000 Series that was recommended previously by a redditor. Lots of reviews on the site, but also much more expensive as it's $279 from them.

From Staples, the Staples branded Hyken which has favorable reviews and the Acadia, but some people have commented about it not being great for sitting too long.

Lastly, I just discovered Madison Seating from a redditor comment, but I have never heard of it nor know why their prices are significantly lower than the competition. For example, the Herman Miller Mirra at $499 or the Leap Steelcase v2 at $575.

I just want something that will not cause me pain anymore.

For the most part, my budget from Amazon is $250 (max). If it's something that costs a little bit more, that'd be OK--it'll eventually go on sale and I can pick it up at the lower price.

Everywhere else (Staples/OD/etc) it's a budget of $150-200 if at all possible.

If it's for one of the higher end chairs (e.g., from Madison Seating), I'd really have to think about it and see if the jump from any of the listed chairs makes a difference.

EDIT: Online review of Madison Seating show that they take used chairs, refurb them, and then sell as new. I'll skip that retailer.

u/EdwardERS · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

I got one of these because the price was right on Amazon about a year ago. It's going for $160 now. They go for at least $100 more preassembled at furniture stores + shipping.

Lorell Executive High-Back Chair

u/PotatoAcid · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Non-adjustable armrests -> no (though at least they seem to be removable). And it seems waaaay overpriced.

This is a good guide on computer chairs. This seems to be a decent option for your budget.

u/REM777 · 1 pointr/dxracer

u/DXRacer ; Hello, what would your recommendation be for someone 5'6" ~220lbs. I would be in the chair 4-8hrs each night and would be looking to get the additional foot rest as well.

I have a standard sized desk with my computer and a TV mounted 7' from the floor, so I would be using the leanback/tilt often while using my consoles or casting TV.

I feel constrained in my current 'office chair' http://www.amazon.com/Lorell-Executive-High-Back-Chair-Fabric/dp/B000Q5XTE8?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_search_detailpage that I got in 2012.

Thank you for your input!

u/Ynotdoctor · 1 pointr/pics

Nice chairs. I was thinking of getting one for my new apartment. Amazon reviews are pretty good:

http://www.amazon.com/Lorell-Executive-High-Back-Chair-Fabric/dp/B000Q5XTE8

u/FishCake · 1 pointr/pics

LOL ... I'm calling your bluff - I know a cheap chair packaging when I see it. I've found it for $170. Here's the LINK

u/Csno · 1 pointr/audioengineering

I've been using this one for a few years and love it. No more rear or back pains. My ears wear out long before my ass does.

Very affordable too, $160 (US)

u/HolyCringe · -6 pointsr/buildapc

Get a mesh back OFFICE chair off of amazon. 150$.

http://www.amazon.com/Lorell-Executive-High-Back-Chair-Fabric/dp/B000Q5XTE8

This is the exact one I have. Puts together in 5 minutes even if you are an idiot. Amazingly comfortable and resilient. Good on your back and butt.

Don't waste money on some other type of chair. The only thing BETTER that you can get is something like an Aeron..but those are anywhere from 700-1500$.

Take it from the people WHO WORK IN THEM...they work.

And for that matter...dont buy anything sponsored by pro gamers.

-Want a good headset for cheap? Get a midrange sennheiser and a modmic. want something a bit better? Get a vmoda m100 crossfade with a vmoda boom mic cable.

-Dont bother with gsync monitors, they wont be around that long. There are software alternatives that are maturing quite well, and by the time you REALLY need that 144hz monitor...you wont need gsync.

-Want louder better sound? for low price get a fiio kilimanjaro 2 e11k. Want one for more expensive? get a good amp/dac, check Head-Fi(website).

-Want a good keyboard and mouse? Dont buy razer.

I use a Roccat MK pro keyboard, after going through three razer mech keyboards...they are just shit. I would recommend a Das Keyboard, But to be honest, I like the function's that gamer keyboards allow, Das doesnt really have that option. Also look up the different switch types, the actuation pressure makes a big difference.....

Good mouse? Get a Steelseries or a Zowie or a good logitech mouse(g502 or so)

-good webcam? get an actual video camera. hook it up to your computer...do research.

I repeat, the Pros get PAID to use the things they do....You do not. Do not constrain yourself to cheaply built things.


Pro's: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IrQHeDcMi8&t=26

You: https://i.imgur.com/V91aJ0X.png