Steelcase Karman Chair Review | TechRadar

The Steelcase Karman is pretty unique compared to the other chairs on my “best office chair” list. This chair is mostly mesh, has a flexible frame, and conforms to and moves with my body – making it as much a physics lesson as a chair, as Steelcase utilizes weight activation to help respond to whoever is seated, allowing for the best seating position possible.

Steelcase Karman

(Image credit: Collin Probst // Future)

Unboxing and First Impressions

Unboxing the Steelcase Karman could not have been a more effortless experience. I opened the box to find the chair fully assembled, ready to go without any tools needed. I pulled back the box flaps and quickly saw the product fully assembled and ready to be used. I was impressed with the red/blue color in person, as I didn’t expect it to look as unique as it does.

Even as I was taking this chair out of the box, I noticed it was very flexible. I’m about 6ft 1in and about 210lb, and sitting in this chair the first time, admittedly, after four or five times of sitting in it the first time, I still did not get used to the flex. After about the fifth time sitting in the chair, I relaxed and let the chair do what it was designed to do.

Steelcase Karman

(Image credit: Collin Probst // Future)

Design and Build Quality


Dimensions: 39 – 43.5 x 26.125 x 26.125in
Seat Height: 15.875 – 20.375in
Maximum Load: 350lb

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