It was easy to put together and is comfortable enough for wfh; the foot rest doesn’t seem like the most comfortable thing if you just want to stretch your legs out, but if you’re like me and just can’t sit in a chair properly because of fidgety ADHD or whatnot, it’s a nice option for sitting with your feet on the rest and legs bent. The seat itself is wide enough to sit in a variety of positions, like cross-legged, criss-cross, on my knees, one leg up and one down, you name it. The back rest is adjustable within reason, and it has a plug for vibration but I’ve never had call to use it so it mostly just stays unplugged and the cable doesn’t get in the way.
The only downsides to the chair is that the back adjustment lever is a little stiff (which i can probably fix with a little wd40) and the base squeaks/creaks a bit when I shift my weight, but I don’t consider those deal-breakers at all, especially considering the price and the color.
Also the suede texture is very soft and my cats don’t like to scratch on it the way they will on knit fabric chairs.