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    ROHO carbon agility back

    Does anyone have one or tried one out yet? I'm thinking of going with it on my new chair.

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    It's a great back. Make sure you look at the hardware options. They can be bare bones or fully adjustable. Even the bare bones hardware is somewhat adjustable. That's what I have. No sense in having more weight for something I won't use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by August West View Post
    It's a great back. Make sure you look at the hardware options. They can be bare bones or fully adjustable. Even the bare bones hardware is somewhat adjustable. That's what I have. No sense in having more weight for something I won't use.
    the carbon back has minimum adjustability. if you want adjustability go with regular agility
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    I went from a adi carbon back to the roho carbon agility on my new chair. Been using it a week now and love it! The center section can be air filled bubbles like a roho cushion or just a piece of foam. So far I've only used it with the air insert but am going to try the foam.
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