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P&B’s verson of Bertoi’s chromed, formed wite chair.
Difficult to assemble because holes on base did mot alogn with holes in seat. Strength of two required. Faux leather seat pads fit poorly and integral Velcro parts are difficult to align and to keep closed. Chair’s design is powerful, but no credit to P&B. Fair quality welds, comfortable.
Came quickly and easy to assemble. Love the chair! Great price!
Morph Lounge Chair
Nice Quality, but it was kind of hard to put together. The directions leave a little to be desired. But if you’re technically inclined, you’ll figure it out.
Great style and comfort with glitches resolved
The chair is stylish and seems not to take space in a smallish room. With a 16x8" zebra cushions added, this is a very comfortable chair, as well. I think These work best as pairs of chairs in the center of a room or solo as a corner chair. The first chair had a manufacturing defect in the wire rail where the legs are attached. After I emailed a photo showing the problem, Poly & Bark staff sent a complete replacement chair that arrived in two days. I gave the defective chair to a neighbor who planned to make it into a rocker. The build quality is not as good as a Knoll Bertoia chair but a careful inspection is needed to detect the differences. For example, the welds on the bottom rails and the rail placement relative to the chair mesh geometry is much better on the Knoll chairs, at about an 18x higher price.