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The Alera Elusion Series mesh back chair is a pretty good example of what a comfortable, well built chair is, and it’s also from a brand that has maintained a very good reputation. The Aluse Elusion Series office chair is only available in the color black, which is great because it’ll probably go well with both your home and your office. Also worthy of note is that the chair’s adjustable arms are covered with soft polyurethane, and this makes them feel a lot better to rest your elbows on compared to what leather would feel like. Is this enough to make it the best office chair for scoliosis? Go ahead and read the rest of this review to find out.

Why We Like It – Alera Elusion Series Multifunction chair

The Alera Elusion Series Multifunction Chair is a breathable mesh back chair that is height adjustable, has a high back, and is only available in a black seat back color. The chair is pretty easy to assemble, and comes with a limited 5 year warranty.

  • Breathable mesh back
  • Contoured seat cushion
  • Comes with a 5 Year Warranty
  • No massage function


The Alera Elusion series mesh chair comes with width adjustable arms, and it also has a multifunction mechanism that has a seat glide, which also allows back angle adjustment that’s relative to the seat. This mechanism is not really as advanced as what you’ll find with the Herman Miller Aeron task chair, but it’s still great for both mid back and lower back support, and will also help relieve back pain.


The seat cushion on the Alera Elusion series back chair adopts a waterfall edge design, and this is essential because it helps improve blood flow to and from your legs especially if you tend to sit down for long periods of time. The seat material is made out of a premium fabric upholstery, and is also contoured to relieve pressure. If you lean the seat back, you might notice that it starts tightening up a little bit, and this might not allow you to place your feet on the table if you’re the kind of person to do that. The Serta Hannah Microfiber Office Chair however has a lot less tension, and is able to lean slightly further back.


The Alusa Elusion Series mesh back chair comes with a number of levers that’ll allow for back height adjustment, seat height adjustment, and even the amount of force you’ll need to tilt the chair, and these are the kind of controls that you’d expect a general office task seat to have. The mid back multifunction chair also allows for an adjustable tilt, as well as back angle adjustment relative to the back seat. The chair has a seat height maximum of 21.4 inches, and a seat height minimum of 17.7 inches.


Compared to the La-Z-Boy Trafford office chair, the Alera Elusion mesh mid back multifunction office chair would be a lot more comfortable to sit on especially on a hot day, and this is because of the easy airflow that it’s mesh back material allows for.


The Elusion series mesh mid back multifunction chair black comes with a whole lot of advantages that will make your seating experience a lot more comfortable than it normally is. It’s 5 year warranty is longer than what you’ll get with most office chairs, and its contoured seat cushion is also quite unique, giving it a seat depth that you probably won’t find with a lot of other chairs. Height adjustment is easy, but the only issue we have with the chair is that the color black arms included can not be flipped up.

Alera Elusion Series Multifunction chair Wrap Up

This Alera Elusion series mesh mid back office chair comes with just about enough back support for users who have sclerosis since it multifunction lumbar support mechanism seat glide allows back angle adjustment, meaning you’ll need to reach out to the back of the seat with one hand and adjust it to your preferences.

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Shanice Felton

Shanice Felton has always had a fascination with both art and science, but her pursuits began in the early 2000s. She started writing as a hobby in 2005 after developing an interest in poetry. She also began delving into technology in 2008, sparked by having software-related issues with her laptop at the time. As the years went by, she dabbled in writing various forms and genres of literature in her spare time, obtaining a Bachelor's degree in Electronics and Engineering Technology in 2017 in the process. Confident in her skills, Shanice continuously strives to improve herself for both her career choices and for fun.

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