When you’ve read my previous reviews, you’ll definitely know that the Boss Black LeatherPlus Executive Chair’s design fits the bill of chairs that I like. But that’s not to say that this chair is only good as eye candy – this computer chair also has ergonomic capabilities. Read our Boss Black LeatherPlus Executive Chair review and learn more.
Boss Black LeatherPlus Executive Chair Review: Features
No Tool Required Assembly
The chair claims that you can assemble it without any tools. We were skeptical at first, but to our surprise we actually managed to assemble it without needing tools. It’s good to have a screw driver handy just in case.
As I already mentioned earlier, I really like the sleek black design of this chair and this would certainly go well in any office or gaming room. It looks a lot like the Flash Furniture High Back, although the fabric’s color is not as dark.
The seat is made with upholstered “LeatherPlus” which is leather infused with polyurethane for extra softness, comfort, and durability. Honestly, it doesn’t scream “executive” to me, but it doesn’t look like a cheap chair as well. Overall, the chair is good for casual office or gaming rooms.
The Boss Black LeatherPlus Executive Chair has great ergonomics, although it could have been better.
The built in lumbar support works just fine, but because it is non-adjustable, taller or shorter people than the chair’s intended user height might have the lumbar support on a different place. In my opinion the chair would work great for people 5’6″ (167 cm) to 6′ (182 cm) in height.
The seat edge also has the waterfall design which allows for optimal blood flow to the legs. I really like this design because it feels comfortable even when I’m sitting for longer periods although it takes some getting used to. First timers will feel like they’re actually slipping down the seat edge, but trust me – it gets better in time.
The “regular” version of the Boss Black features adjustable height and tilt, tilt lock, and recline tension controls, but it’s “premium version” has the extra knee-tilt feature which basically helps you position your legs properly.
Upon closer inspection, the knee-tilt feature isn’t that helpful at all and the extra cost of purchasing the premium chair version is not worth it. The regular Boss Black LeatherPlus works just fine for me.
Armrests are also present, but non-adjustable. They are padded however, so that’s plus points for comfort.
The Boss Black LeatherPlus Executive chair comes with a 25-inch full-swivel base with 5 dual hooded casters. The base also has leg rests for added convenience and has a 250 pound weight capacity.
The BossBlack LeatherPlus Executive Chair is good, if not adequate, chair for casual office work or gaming. It has all the essential features in an affordable package. I would not recommend this as a priority pick, but it’s definitely something that I have on the back of my mind when Flash Furniture or Steelcase chairs are out of stock. We hope you found our Boss Black LeatherPlus Executive Chair review helpful.