Lewis Mesh Back Computer and Desk Chair

The Lewis Chair will suit a lot of different sitting styles and body sizes (small and medium). Confirm seat height and depth will meet the customer's needs. If you use a Steelcase Leap, Soma A/B, Herman Miller Aeron A/B, or Allsteel Acuity chair at the Lab this chair might work well for you.

To Purchase: Go to eBuy-Telework Equipment and Supplies - Enter Item # in Search box.

Note: This Chair is delivered unassembled. See Assembly Instructions for details. If you require a chair that needs assembly, please submit an ePro Requisition. The suggested supplier is Staples, and orders will be placed through the commercial marketplace with the pricing from Staples. Include the chair name and item # in the item description field, add a line to the requisition for the $45 cost for assembly, and note your telework address in the comments field. Chairs requiring assembly can take an additional 7-10 days for delivery. Please contact the Procurement Help Desk procurementhelp@lbl.gov if you have any questions.

Items, whether in the eBuy catalog or commercial marketplace, could change based on market availability and alternatives may be offered. Call customer service for accurate delivery time (877-855-0028).

$299.99

Charcoal color: Item#: 24383115 Mfr: UN55655CC

Carolina color: Item #24383111 Mfr:UN55656-CC

Salmon color: Item#: 24383113 Mfr:UN55654-CC



Berkeley Lab Customer Reviews

“The chair is the limited range of adjustment for the armrests. Height adjustment is possible, may not be enough for some people. There is no adjustment inward/outward.” “Arms are hard plastic and not comfortable.”

“I regret not getting the mesh chair because the upholstery is very hot!”

“Not enough low back/lumbar support”

“I am short, so I need a chair that isn't too high off the floor. I also tried to pick arm rests that were closer together. Although the Lewis chair was the best option for me, it's still a bit high off the floor, and the arm rests are still too far apart.”

“An adjustable back-rest would have been ideal” “Does not have height-adjustable lumbar support” “I wish I could lock the seat back in a more upright position.”

“I would prefer to be able to lean back/recline further in chair”

“Cushion is too firm/stiff, backrest is a bit low and very stiff”

“Installing the wheels/casters on this chair was very difficult” “The assembly instructions were sandwiched and bolted in between the seat pan plastic and cushion, and I tried pulling them out only to rip the paper in half.” “I added vaseline to the caster would make it fit into the socket better.”

“It's sturdy enough but feels a little "rickety" sitting on the edge or off-center.

“It seems to be a pretty solid chair. You can also use it without the arms by not attaching the arms when you get it.”


Have a review you would like to provide? Please send it to ergo@lbl.gov.

Features

  • Tool-Less Assembly: Assembly requires the arms to be screwed into the chair, all other pieces clip into place

  • Breathable mesh back

  • Adjustable lumbar support

  • Height and width adjustable armrests

  • Adjustable tilt lets you lean back (recline) or sit upright

  • Casters suitable for hardwood or carpeted floors

Specifications

  • Overall Dimensions (inches): 41.75"H x 29.5"W x 29.5"D

  • Seat Size: 19.25"Dx 19"W

  • Seat Height Range: 16.75"-21.75"

  • Seat Depth (inches) Range: 16 ¼” – 18 ½"

  • Back Size (inches): 22.75"Hx18.25"W

  • Back Not Height Adjustable

  • Has Recline (synchro-tilt)

  • Armrests have height & width adjustment. No pivot/angling

  • Casters for Carpet & Hard Floors

  • Rated for users up to 300lbs


Assembly Instructions

The Lewis chair may work for you, if you use these models at the Lab:

Steelcase Leap Chair

Herman Miller Aeron Chair (A/B sizes)

Soma (A/B sizes)