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We present this brand new racing type high back office chair with a unique appearance and feel, unlike most office chairs on the market, it have a vibrator with remote control, slight vibration can reduce the fatigue. And If you don't want to use the massage function, you can roll up the data cable and put it in a small bag. This race chair has a higher backrest to support the entirety of your spinal column. And desk chairs offer a stable five-point base with a gas spring, allowing the use to adjust for varying heights to better meet the needs of your office or computer desk. Feature Office chair have beautiful generous and strong practicability. This office chair have big pillows with the headrest. Size and look makes the office chair ideal for any rooms. The computer desk chair with heavy-duty metal base and flip-up arms supports are an attractive contrast to the black finish, with lock height control. 360 degree swivel wheel and chair can be more flexible in working station. Office chair racing chair office chair PU leather chair desk chair adjustable chair ergonomic chair task chair computer chair mid-back swivel chair rolling chair Office racing office PU leather desk adjustable ergonomic task computer mid-back swivel rolling chair desk chair adjustable chair ergonomic task chair PU leather chair office chair armrest chair executive mid-back chair Task chair office computer desk chair chair suitable adjustable chair office chair ergonomic task chair computer chair PU leather chair executive chair swivel chair rolling chair office adjustable desk task computer ergonomic executive swivel rolling chair PU leather chair.


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1. Ergonomic Office Chair

Office chair analyzing and fitting the back curve of human body, fixing the constraint conditions, the seat back curve which is more conformed to physiological principle is obtained.

2. USB Massage Lumbar Cushion

Massage office chair the backrest has a massage lumbar support that is powered by USB to release your waist fatigue for your tired. More fashion and relaxing.

3. Comfortable Seat with height Adjust

High density new sponge, full modelling, good elastic and sitting long time with no variant. Office chair to raise the seat, pull up on the pneumatic control handle. To lower the seat, pull up on the handle until you're at the desired height.

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