Amazon Brand – Rivet Modern Upholstered Swivel Home Office Task Chair, 25.5″W, Ash Gray with Nickel Finish

(10 customer reviews)

$212.47

Product details

Color Grey
Brand Rivet
Product Dimensions 25.75″D x 25.5″W x 37.75″H
Style Modern
Room Type Office
  • The soft, curved lines of this adjustable office chair will be a welcome addition to any space. The low back and arms give it a less-imposing profile suitable for a modern workplace or home office.
  • 25.5″W x 25.75″D x 34″–37.75″H; seat height: 19.25″–23″
  • Soft, contoured cushions are upholstered in ash-colored velvet.
  • This chair has a 360-degree swivel mechanism with height and tension adjustments to accommodate your work style.
  • This simple design focuses on comfort and functionality.
  • Assemble in 15-30 minutes
  • Always use on firm, level ground. Do not stand on the seat or let children play with this chair. Check (and if necessary, tighten) all screws every 90 days.
  • Free returns for 30 days. 1-year warranty.
SKU: B082BM2BC1 Category:

Description

An Amazon Brand – The soft, curved lines of this adjustable office chair will be a welcome addition to any space. The low back and arms give it a less-imposing profile suitable for a modern workplace or home office.


From the manufacturer

Rivet, small space, studio, apartment, office, desk, swivel, chair, desk chair, bookcase, shelves

Loveseat, sectional, velvet, tweed, fabric, accent chair, couch, chaise, furniture, living room

Additional information

Weight 39.9 lbs
Dimensions 25.75 × 25.5 × 37.75 in
Color

Grey

Brand

Rivet

Style

Modern

Room Type

Office

Age Range Description

Adult

Unit Count

1 Count

Furniture base movement

Swivel

Item Weight

39.9 pounds

Product Dimensions

25.75 x 25.5 x 37.75 inches, 25.75D x 25.5W x 37.75H

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

51275

ASIN

B082BM2BC1

Date First Available

April 24 2020

Manufacturer

Rivet

10 reviews for Amazon Brand – Rivet Modern Upholstered Swivel Home Office Task Chair, 25.5″W, Ash Gray with Nickel Finish

  1. M. J. Will

    Getting the back on was really difficult, but worth the troublePros: First, I love the chair. I had a really old Steelcase office chair that had all sorts of arm adjustments, but I was just tired of it and wanted something that looks more like furniture. The seat of this chair is much more comfortable, probably because it’s new. I also like the back and how the chair sort of hugs you. I can’t get the tilt knob to turn, so I’m glad it’s sitting at the right angle for me; it leans back slightly. I do need an oblong small pillow to put under my right arm to prop it up to use the mouse. When I’m just sitting reading something, the slanted “arms” are comfortable for my arms to rest on. The chair looks great, so I’m very happy. 1 Con: I’m old and not that big/strong. I cruised along putting the chair together, wheels in, no problem. Then the back decided to bedevil me. There’s so much cushioning that the back doesn’t just fit right on with the holes all lined up nicely. I turned the back and the bottom of the chair all sorts of different ways trying to figure out how to squeeze the back on to line up correctly. Finally, I put the bottom on the floor with the back resting on a step I have for my cats (see first picture). I straddled the darn thing and sat on the back to squish the cushions together. That miraculously worked. After I got the screws in a little, I moved the back to a higher step and tightened them alternately over and over until the back was solid. What an ordeal!!! I really wish someone had explained how they got the back on, but this was the only way I could manage it by myself. Summary: It was worth the trouble; I really like the chair. Edit: I figured out the chair sort of rocks back, so forget what I said about the knob for the back not turning.Update: May 2022: This chair is too bulky when I try to move it around. I got a new computer desk thinking it would fit better underneath, but it really doesn’t. The arms are too high. Were I to look for a chair again, this would not be my pick. It’s awkward to lift and move, and I curse often if I need to move it since I have things in the way (a rug) that necessitates I actually lift it to clean. Not really happy with it, even though it’s comfortable.

  2. Data Geek

    Ok chair. Had defect that needed correction before able to assembleOne of the chair legs had a plastic insert that had a hump inside. The 4 other legs did not have the same and the center spindle was not “keyed” to receive the plastic hump. Effectively, this prevented the leg from sliding onto the spindle and be bolted on. I used a drill and shaved down the hump so the leg could be mounted on the spindle. Took a little while but eventually got it to go on.Everything else was just fine and the chair is just what my daughter needed. She likes to sit sideways and hang her legs over one side and this works out just perfect for that.

  3. Becca R. See

    Arm rests are uncomfortableAssembly was difficult only because 1 leg had a spike in it which needed to be ground out to slide on. The seat isn’t as cushy as I wanted and the piping on the arms are right on top where my arms rest. But it looks good.

  4. Oanh H. McClure

    The parts came messed up but I made it workThe tiniest of errors on these things make assembly damn near impossible, but with brute force and some extra help we made it work.For me, the metal arm that connects the back of the chair to the seat of the chair was CRAMMED DEEP INTO THE BACK OF THE CHAIR. I don’t know if it’s because the shipping packaging was two boxes cut and taped together and maybe things got smashed? Either way, the back wouldn’t connect to the seat because since there’s no arm, you’re just smashing the two cushions together as much as you can until a bolt can be forced into place.It’s rough and the chair is crooked.But it works.

  5. Easy A

    Another Rivet success, simple assembly, easy recycle, functional, and comfortable, light fabricTook 40 minutes to assemble including double-checking each step, finding missing holes that were covered in fabric, recycling, and moving to my desk.ProsLooks exactly like the picture but the seat is plusher than I expectedBrushed matte champagne metal color wheels (specifically did not want shiny chrome)Packaging minimal and easy to recycleRaises and lowers smoothly and easilyAssembled by myself with the tool providedWorks perfectly on the Rivet brand console table I just bought as a desk (See review, very happy)After looking at roughly 1000 desk chairs on PB, OS, WF, and WE because I did not want shiny chrome, I went with prior positive experience with Rivet brand (dining table, round end table, and console table and ordered this chair.ConsThe fabric on the bottom of seat piece entirely covers the holes for attaching the backUsed the Allen wrench provided to softly tap until I found holes, pierced fabric, and screws went in easily (mostly)Fabric is a very light color and has a few tiny dark marks (likely from my fingers on the lightly greased screws, but is preventable)Worried about how stains will show but hoping will wipe off easilyThe armrests are not comfortable. The seam atop the two panels is not an armrest, rather the side of the chair. If you are an arm rester, look carefully at photos.After a frustrating experience recently with a PB lamp (we just moved and lots of furniture assembly), that I sent back, I am again super happy with my Amazon purchase, and very very happy with my third and not last Rivet purchase. I was a WE fan, but Rivet is clearly a simpler, faster (by weeks), experience and the quality seems comparably so far.

  6. kristina

    Very comfortable!I’m amazed at how comfortable this chair is. Considering it’s not a normal “ergonomic” task chair I find it more comfortable than the office chairs my work spent so much money on for us. I bought this for my home office and it looks great but I also can sit in it the whole day without pain. Past office chairs I had, I would need to put an extra pillow on the seat just because they still felt so stiff. But this chair has a nice plush seat and back so no pillow needed. The fabric is also really soft. I’ve also found that this type of fabric is not prime scratching fabric for cats so they aren’t tearing it up like my last ones. The casters are very smooth and love that the base is a satin nickel look instead of polished chrome. It was easy to put together even though attaching the chair back to the arms/seat portion was bit hard. I simply pushed them together by leaning on it with my knees and then all the holes lined up. This is normal for plush chairs. That’s how you get a nice tight and sturdy fit. Love this chair!

  7. SH

    excellent chairlove this chair!

  8. Lisa Hadley

    Comfort with styleLove this chair. I was looking for a comfortable office chair while not looking like a typical office chair, as my office us in my living space. This chair is very comfortable, the brushed nickel is less shiny which matches my decor. Easy assembly.

  9. MORGAN NOTEL

    Arrived with broken partBox arrived open like the person that taped it up, didn’t press tape on box.The piece on the base was cracked and broken.I love the beautiful, simple and professional color and It is very comfy for hours in front of the comp.

  10. aiesha

    So beautifulThis chair looks so pretty and is comfortable too!!!

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