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BeYou transforming chair supports more than 10 seating positions
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BeYou transforming chair supports more than 10 seating positions

The BeYou transforming chair doesn’t restrict your seating positions, so you can use it for working at your desk, reading a book, relaxing while watching a movie, taking a nap, and much more. Featuring over 10 seating positions, BeYou can adjust to your comfort levels and lifestyle. In particular, you can modify the headrest and armrest to hold your laptop as you work or watch a movie. In fact, each wing can adjust to five positions. These easy-to-make modifications don’t mean this transforming chair is flimsy. Instead, it boasts high-quality, curved foam cushions that support your back for long sitting sessions. Also, the auto-lock wheels keep you steady on both hard and carpeted floors, so you can use this in every room. Overall, BeYou offers more versatility than traditional office chairs.

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Rating
8.7/10
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Amy Poole
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Material
Oak Veneer
Wheels
Auto Locking
Surfaces
Carpet, Hard
Weight Capacity
400 lbs
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