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AirCentric 2

AirCentric 2 Review

True Score

65
NR
0

Experts

NR
12

Consumers

Expert Rankings

The AirCentric 2 is a well-built, highly adjustable task chair available in many colors and options, but its high price range may make it inaccessible to some.

Product Snapshot

Overview

The AirCentric 2 is a premium office chair first launched in 2019. Available in many different color combinations, buyers can tailor their options based on adjustability, mechanism option, and the armrest, making it easy to pick a chair that suits individual needs. The fabric used is described as grade-1 air-knit fabric, which is breathable and soft to the touch. Like many most popular office chairs, the Aircentric 2 is available in five different seat size options, where buyers can choose from standard, small, large, strong, large, and extra long.

The AirCentric 2 can hold a maximum weight of up to 350 pounds, and on its back, it has airflow vents for cooling when seated for long hours.

Consensus

our Verdict

The AirCentric 2 is an easy-to-adjust chair with many different elements that can be adjusted. Customization options include an armrest height, swivel and lateral adjustable, seat height options, caster options, and an air lumbar system that is depth-adjustable or headrest that’s got three pivot points and a 7” horizontal & vertical adjustment range. The chair’s seat height is adjustable by 5”, and its top-spec option features armrests that are height (4” range), swivel (360°) and lateral (2.5”) adjustable. Its seat depth is also adjustable by 2.5”. These adjustability options closely rival the level of comfort offered even by the best Herman Miller chair.

The AirCentric 2 also has a waterfall seat front edge that ensures good blood flow to the feet and air vents along the backrest. The AirCentric 2 weighs only 56 pounds and is also pretty easy to assemble.

Reason to Buy

  • Excellent ergonomics and adjustability
    • The AirCentric 2 offers a wide range of adjustability options to choose from. This makes it great for staying comfortably seated for many hours.

    • The seat height is adjustable by 5”, its seat depth by 2.5”, its headrest by 7”, and the top-spec option has armrests that are height adjustable by 4”, swivel adjustable by 360°, and lateral-adjustable by 2.5”.

  • Good lumbar support
    • There’s an option for the AirCentric 2 chair that features an Air Lumbar System, where owners can adjust the lumbar support’s depth and firmness.

  • Top-tier build quality
    • Both the plastic and fabric used on the AirCentric 2 feel premium and durable, ensuring that the chair stays in good condition for a long time.

Reason to Avoid

  • Premium pricing
    • The AirCentric 2’s price point may be beyond some buyers’ reach, mainly because of the added cost when optional items are added.

AirCentric 2 Specs

Adjustable ArmrestsAdjustable ArmrestsYes
Armrest Height MaxArmrest Height Max10.5"
Armrest Height MinArmrest Height Min7"
Backrest HeightBackrest Height29"
Backrest WidthBackrest Width19"
Frame ConstructionFrame ConstructionMetal and Plastic
Has FootrestHas FootrestNo
Head PillowHead PillowNo
Head RestHead RestAdjustable Head Support
Lumbar SupportLumbar SupportYes
Piston TypePiston TypePneumatic Lift
ReclineReclineYes
Seat DepthSeat Depth19"
Seat Height AdjustmentSeat Height Adjustment15.5 – 20.5"
Seat Padding MaterialSeat Padding MaterialFoam
Seat WidthSeat Width20"
UpholsteryUpholsteryFabric, Leather, Mesh
Weight LimitWeight Limit300 lbs
Wheel TypeWheel TypeCasters

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True Score

65
81
90
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Ranking

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Market Context

The AirCentric 2 is a premium office chair first launched in 2019. Available in many different color combinations, buyers can tailor their options based on…

The AirCentric 2 is a premium office chair first launched in 2019. Available in many different color combinations, buyers can tailor their options based on adjustability, mechanism option, and the armrest, making it easy to pick a chair that suits individual needs. The fabric used is described as grade-1 air-knit fabric, which is breathable and soft to the touch. Like many most popular office chairs, the Aircentric 2 is available in five different seat size options, where buyers can choose from standard, small, large, strong, large, and extra long.

The AirCentric 2 can hold a maximum weight of up to 350 pounds, and on its back, it has airflow vents for cooling when seated for long hours.

The AirCentric 2 is designed with air-knit fabric, while the MCQ Home Office Ergonomic Managerial Executive chair is designed with PU leather. Another notable difference…

The AirCentric 2 is designed with air-knit fabric, while the MCQ Home Office Ergonomic Managerial Executive chair is designed with PU leather. Another notable difference is that the AirCentric 2 misses out on a padded armrest, which is present on the MCQ Executive chair, and finally, the MCQ chair has a maximum load limit of 300 pounds, while the largest size seat of the AirCentric 2 can only handle up to 280 pounds. For more, read our MCQ Ergonomic review.

The AirCentric 2 lacks a standalone headrest, which you will find on the Mavix M7. The M7’s mesh backrest is more breathable than the AirCentric…

The AirCentric 2 lacks a standalone headrest, which you will find on the Mavix M7. The M7’s mesh backrest is more breathable than the AirCentric 2’s backrest, and the M7 also offers more dedicated lumbar support than the AirCentric 2. If you’re in the market for the best chair for hip pain, you might want to learn more about it by going through our Mavix M7 review.

There are five different models of the AirCentric 2 that exist (Boardroom series, Synchro Glide Series, Knee Tilt Series, Counter Height Series, and Multi Tilt…

There are five different models of the AirCentric 2 that exist (Boardroom series, Synchro Glide Series, Knee Tilt Series, Counter Height Series, and Multi Tilt Series), available in five different seat sizes (standard, small, long, large and long plus large), while there’s only one variant of the AirCentric 3, available in three different sizes: standard, small, and extra long. The different models of the AirCentric 2 allow buyers to hone in on the exact level of adjustability that they want from their chair, while the AirCentric 3 is more focused on offering comfort for users of different body sizes.

Adjustable Armrests

Yes

Fixed

4-Dimensional

Armrest Height Max

10.5"

n/a

10.5"

Armrest Height Min

7"

n/a

7.5"

Backrest Height

29"

24.4"

24.5"

Backrest Width

19"

28.3"

Frame Construction

Metal and Plastic

Metal and Plastic

Metal and Plastic

Has Footrest

No

No

Head Pillow

No

n/a

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Score Card

E

Expert Score

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*.75

We place a 75% weighted value on Expert Test Scores

C

Customer Score

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*.25

We place a 25% weighted value on Customer Scores

True Score

65

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