Reviewers compare it to the Eames Molded Plastic Chair from Design Within Reach, which retails at $395.
Promising review: "I'm a 22-year-old law student, meaning I spend a LOT of time sitting at my desk (in this chair), often for 6+ hours at a time. This is week nine of my owning the chair, and here are my thoughts: I. LOVE. This. Chair. Setup was a breeze. You attach the legs to the white plastic, and you're ready to go. Extremely simple as far as DIY furniture goes. This thing is STURDY. I have no reservations standing on it. The plastic has no sharp edges, either. It actually has nice little "lips" or ledges for the places where you would normally grab it to move it; a nice touch. It's also very lightweight, which makes it easy to move when you want to. This thing is COMFY. I was worried it wouldn't fit a full-size adult, but it could definitely fit someone a little larger than myself. The bottom is longer and wider than a normal chair, meaning I can lean backward in it easily, or sit at an angle (half-cross legged) with my foot on the chair. This makes a big difference in being able to sit in it for a long time. For some reason, I never get sore sitting in this thing for hours on end, but that may be different for someone much older than me or who has back problems since it is hard plastic. I think it would be easy to add a cushion, though. Much to my surprise, this thing seems very resistant to scuffing (unlike all of my other white furniture). Like I said, I regularly put my feet on this — nothing. Should it ever need cleaning, I think it would be easy to fix up with a magic eraser, but so far it's not even a little dirty. 10/10, would recommend." —Nicole Saleh
Get it from Amazon for $80.13 (also available in red).