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I have to admit, I don't know much about these sorts of chairs, but how much do they cost?
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To answer your question directly, you have very strong grounds on which to sue. They have created an express warranty when they said it was a buy back guarantee. Based on what you've said, it was not a conditional guarantee or dependent on their needs. As such, they have obligated themselves to buy it back as they agreed to do.
Unfortunately, you will have to sue to make that happen. My suggestion would be to send them a letter expressing your intent to sue if they don't abide by their warranty. Hopefully, they will want to avoid the litigation and settle the matter with you.