Sihoo M18 Classic Office Chair With Triple Spinal Relief

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Style: Grey

The most classic ergonomic office chair of Sihoo, which comes with a w-shape cushion, breathable mesh seatback, dual-adjustable lumbar support, and more, making ergonomics easy and accessible. Start your ergonomic seating with Sihoo M18.

  • W-shaped cushion for soft and cozy seating
  • Breathable mesh back that keeps you cool
  • Dual-adjustable lumbar support for continuous lower back comfort
  • Max. 126° recline angle to lounge in comfort
  • Height-adjustable armrests that suit your needs

    Model: M18-M165
    Size: 28.35"D x 26.97"W x 49.21"
    HMaterial: Nylon
    Color: Grey

sihoo M18

Start your ergonomic seating experience

W-shape cushion

Breathable mesh backrest

Dual-adjustable lumber support

Adjustable armrests

Seat yourself in soft and cozy comfort

Sihoo M18’s cushion is made of premium sponge and resembles the letter W, which provide an ultra-soft and comfortable seating experience.

Keep cool

The seatback of Sihoo M18 is made of breathable mesh, which allows optimal airflow and avoids sweating and stickiness even in hot summer conditions, ensuring that you can stay cool and comfortable.

Dual-adjustable, extra-comfortable

Easily fine-tune the lumbar support vertically and horizontally to perfectly fit your spine curve and provide optimal comfort for your lower back in different postures.

Take a weight off your shoulders

Keep your arms rested and relaxed while you work. Additionally, you can adjust the armrest up and down to suit yourself.

Recline and relex

Feel free to take a break and recline in Sihoo M18, which offers a maximum 126° recline angle, allowing you to lounge in comfort.

Headrest to hold your neck

Sihoo M18’s headrest moves 3.9” up and down and pivots 45° to fit the curvature of your neck and support your head, reducing neck pain (if you have) and holding your neck when you recline.