It’s so easy to fall prey to scams, because there are so many out there – you’re bound to hit a brick wall with one of them. From “organizations” asking for donations to help the needy to vehicle thefts, your name, phone number, address and other personal information can get into the hands of an evil-minded person. Recently, a BP employee’s laptop went missing, which contained numerous Gulf Coast residents’ information – this just shows that you sometimes don’t even know who you’re entrusting your information with.
Of course, everyone makes mistakes. People carrying your information don’t always intend for it to get into the wrong hands, but it can be easily stolen or accessed if it’s not protected well. Do you really think the Gulf Coast residents ever imagined their addresses and names being used against them? They were probably eage
Leap Plus 500lbs Rated
Steelcase has recently added a new model to its highly successful Leap office chair range.
The Leap Plus is designed to safely support users weighing up to 500lbs. This represents a significant increase on the capacity of the standard models where the limit is 300lbs.
It’s a welcome addition to the range as the vast majority of office chairs don’t go above the 300lbs limit which often means heavier built users end up having to find a custom solution.
What’s different about the Leap Plus? In appearance it looks pretty much the same as the standard Leap models, in reality there are some relatively minor dimensional changes.
Here’s what’s different
- The overall chair and seat width are 3.75 inches wider
- The lumbar support goes slightly higher
- The chair back is 2 inches wider
- It doesn’t recline quite as far as the regular model
- The gas lift is uprated to carry up to 500lbs
With the changes and uprating it means that the Leap Plus starts at over a $1000, so it’s by no means cheap. Nonetheless i