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Proline Ergonomic Keyboard Chair
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Proline's PL2000 Ergo Chair is the ideal tool for musicians who want a customizable chair for playing guitar, keyboards, working the boards, and more...Click To Read More About This Product
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Proline's PL2000 Ergo Chair is the ideal tool for musicians who want a customizable chair for playing guitar, keyboards, working the boards, and more. Its advanced ergonomic design provides hours of playing comfort, on stage or in the studio, and its multiple seat and backrest positions allow for unlimited setups. Plus, the PL2000 chair folds up for easy transportation between gigs. 250 lb. weight limit.
- Comfortable padded seat and backrest
- Height adjustable seat and backrest from 22.2" to 33.6"
- Push-button leg locking mechanism
- Height adjustable, non-slip footrest
- Full-weld contact points
- Heavy-duty steel construction
- Durable, textured vinyl cover that'll last for years
- 250 lb. weight limit
Reviewed by 5 customers
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Do not waste your money or your time on this chair. Issues:1. Wobbly seat;2. Seat back doesn't come close to your back3. Seat height adjustment cannot result in proper posture with thighs parallel to floor,4. Foot rest tucked way too far back5. Chair leg span makes chair unstable.This chair must have been designed and approved by "Marketing" but never user tested because it would be immediately apparent that it has major design flaws.
The concept is great the engineering is terrible. I had this for a week and had to take it back. Please don't waste your money.1) The seat wobbles2) The footrest is tucked way to far under so your leg is not parrallel.3) The backrest is to far back to be usefull.4) If you lean forward at all it wants to tip forward.5) The seat pad is to thin and way to soft.6) The paint comes off everytime you adjust anything.
My new ProLine Ergonomic Keyboard Chair was assembled less than 15 minutes ago and I'm writing this review to say DON'T BUY THIS!. It's a rattling piece of junk. The seat wobbles back and forth (not the feet, the seat) and no matter where you put the back rest in relation to the seat you still have to lean back pretty far to even feel it on your back. The padding on the seat seems OK, but when you shift your weight, you wobble around.
The other reviews are right. I did keep this chair but have had to sit carefully straight-on for it to work at all. The foot rest is nice & is the best part of the chair but you cannot sit sideways or on any angle - it feels like it will break. The backrest is why I bought it but it's useless unless you lean way back. Don't buy this unit.
I have only had this for a few days and have already decided to send it back. The padding is way too thin and not nearly dense enough, all of the parts wiggle when you move which makes it feel very unstable, it feels as if you have to put your feet way under you to use the foot-rest, and even though it's adjustable, everything moves along the same line and you have to either unscrew or unpin it. For half the price, the on-stage adjustable throne is alot more comfortable and functional (I have one of those and have another one on the way). This one is a neat idea but I wonder if any of the designers actually spent any amount of time actually sitting in it.