The Modway Attainment Drafting Stool is an office chair aimed at the lower mid-range market, poised as a slightly higher end alternative to the Modway Veer Drafting Chair; it\u2019s priced slightly higher and trades a white all-mesh design for a black mesh and pleather design. Thanks to its decent price and set of features, it\u2019s one of the best drafting chairs in the lower mid-range sector, though it has some stiff competition from cheaper offerings.\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Modway Attainment Drafting Chair\r\nThe Modway Attainment Drafting Chair is a decent, if unexceptional, lower mid-range offering with good support, a functional design, and a decent price point (especially when on discount). It\u2019s not the best bang for your buck out there, but it\u2019s a competent product that\u2019s mostly worth its price of admission.\r\n\r\nSupport\r\nSupport is unsurprisingly decent; you\u2019re looking at a bog-standard curved back that provides lumbar support, an integrated footrest to help alleviate the chair\u2019s tall height, and integrated armrests. The seat is made of fake leather with a slightly concave curve, which should be adequate for extended use in all but hot rooms. It\u2019s incredibly similar to the Flash Furniture Mid-Back Bleck Mesh Ergonomic Drafting Chair in terms of overall design, but it has better adjustability.\r\nComfort\r\nThe Modway Attainment Vinyl Drafting Chair\u2019s comfort depends entirely on the temperature of the room you\u2019ll be using it. In cool, air-conditioned rooms, it\u2019ll provide a nice experience even for extended use, but its lack of a mesh seat makes it a poor pick for warmer rooms, especially those without AC. Its seat is shallow and narrow, further making it a poor pick for taller people, though it won\u2019t provide a horrible experience even in such a case.\r\nAdjustability\r\nAdjustability is decent but unexceptional on the Modway Attainment Drafting Chair. It features seat height adjustment and it technically has adjustable armrests, but there\u2019s catches to both; its seat\u2019s range isn\u2019t very impressive, and its arms can only fold in. There\u2019s no height adjustment on the arms to speak of, and, similar to its seat, its foot ring\u2019s range is very short as well. It at least beats out the Boss Office Products Ergonomic Works Drafting Chair, which lacks armrests (unless you pay extra) and has a less comfortable, less functional design overall.\r\nBreathability\r\nThanks to its mesh back, breathability is decent on the Modway Attainment Drafting Chair, but its pleather seat somewhat works against it. Your legs will absolutely stick to it in warm rooms with no or poor AC, though the mesh back circumvents some of the problems chairs in warm rooms have. It\u2019s not super great, but it\u2019s nowhere near terrible either.\r\nValue\r\nValue is ultimately what makes the Modway Attainment Drafting Chair a bit of a tough sell. It\u2019s not much better than some of its cheaper competition, and in some ways regresses over cheaper options; its price is a bit too high when it\u2019s not discounted, particularly when its adjustability leaves a bit to be desired. It\u2019s not a bad buy at its normal price, but it\u2019s poor value; waiting for a sale is wise if you\u2019re dead set on it.\r\nModway Attainment Drafting Chair Wrap-up\r\nThe Modway Attainment Drafting Chair is a good product with a bad price. It checks most of the right boxes, especially in its lower mid-range category, but it does so at a cost--literally. You can\u2019t go wrong with buying it, but when it\u2019s not on sale, you can get similar or even better options at lower price points; waiting for a sale or going with one of its competitors is wisest, but it\u2019s not a terrible product at its normal price either.