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Boss Carnegie Desk Chair
$223.99
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Arrives by Dec 5 32163
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Product Information

Overview
  • Dimensions: 27W x 25D x 37-40H in.; seat height 18.5-21.5 in.
  • Individual silver nail-head trim applied by hand
  • Choose from available colors
  • Chrome base
  • Desk chair
Specifications
Dimensions
27W x 27D x 34-37H in.
Weight
31 lbs.
Material
Chrome
Linen
Delivery

Product Overview

Overview
  • Dimensions: 27W x 25D x 37-40H in.; seat height 18.5-21.5 in.
  • Individual silver nail-head trim applied by hand
  • Choose from available colors
  • Chrome base
  • Desk chair
  • Weight capacity: 250 lbs.
What's Included
Office chair
Description

Add a little glam to the daily grind with the Boss Carnegie Desk Chair. Hand-applied nailhead trim in a silver finish adds a hint of bling to the commercial-grade linen upholstery, which is available in your choice of color. Upright locking position, pneumatic gas lift seat height adjustment, and an adjustable tilt tension control are all built in, and the high-shine chrome base sits 27 inches high for greater stability. Plus, it's got hooded double wheel casters for easy mobility.

About

William Huang, Boss Office Product's CEO, established the Los Angeles-based company in 1990. The company began as an importer, distributing Taiwanese-crafted chairs to retailers and dealers throughout the United States. A year later, in 1991, Boss became the first US office chair distributor to establish manufacturing facilities in China, a major step forward for the company, which now has distributors around the globe. In 2003, Boss was ranked as one of Inc. Magazine's 500 fastest growing private companies in America. That tremendous growth continues today, as Boss continually delivers exceptional office products to companies around the world.

William Huang, Boss Office Product's CEO, established the Los Angeles-based company in 1990. The company began as an importer, distributing Taiwanese-crafted chairs to retailers and dealers throughout the United States. A year later, in 1991, Boss became the first US office chair distributor to establish manufacturing facilities in China, a major step forward for the company, which now has distributors around the globe. In 2003, Boss was ranked as one of Inc. Magazine's 500 fastest growing private companies in America. That tremendous growth continues today, as Boss continually delivers exceptional office products to companies around the world.

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