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Start Here @ the official R/OfficeChairs - Mega Task Chair Referral Thread #2

Welcome to the new Mega chair referral thread # 2 If you would like to browse the original post, look here . Lots of good discussions 519 comments. Do a quick search on any topic in this sub and discussions will come up. Head rests & foot rests for example To summarize a little with our editorial spin here: Steelcase Leap (V1 & V2) are probably the most asked about chairs on this sub, hands down. Ill will add Steelcase Criterion, Humanscale Freedom and Steelcase Gesture to my list of office chairs . I am not personally a member of the Aeron club, but it is the most iconic piece of office furniture since the file cabinet and the item most people ask for by name, so there is often discussion of that chair here also. Other excellent chairs that often are frequently mentioned here: Allsteel Acuity Haworth Fern Haworth Zody Haworth improv Herman Miller C...

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Spinal Health Product Specialist-AMA!!

Hello friends, I am a spinal health product specialist that deals specifically with Humanscale, X-Chair, and Lifeform office chairs and I know a bit about other office chairs too. Im looking to help as many people as I can with their office ergonomics because so many people are now seeing how important these office ergonomics are, so please ask away whether it be for the chairs specifically or for any other questions about office ergonomics. Please start the question with how many hours you sit a day and what your office setup is like right now. Thank you, ask away!! submitted by /u/Yungbenis69 [link] [comments] ...

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Some people simply have no idea what they have...!

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Herman Miller Aeron w/headrest

Hi, I am working a job that requires long hours seated. I am 5'9 and about 160 pounds and thought that the Herman Miller Aeron Size B would be suitable and was hoping for anyone who has experience with the chair sizes to give advice. I also wanted to ask if there was any material difference with buying new or used to save a few dollars. I also have bad neck posture and was looking at headrests, specifically this one: . I was wondering if anyone had used this in the past. If there are any other chairs I should be looking at with headrests and good for long seated hours, I'm all ears. submitted by /u/Unique_Ad_271 [link] [comments] ...

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Armrest cushion for this chair?

Is there an armrest cushion that I can use for my chair which looks like this I see this being recommended but it is not suitable given the arms on my chair. submitted by /u/I_am_a_robot_ [link] [comments] ...

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Embody or Leap?

Having a tough time deciding which chair to get. Had embody before and likes it except it was squeaky! I head leap is good fir back issues and its a bit more compact. Any suggestions submitted by /u/Natural-Ad-2277 [link] [comments] ...

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WorkPro, Gabrylly, or something else?

I'm 5"11 and find myself sitting forward on my chair, so that my lower back is not supported. As someone with back pain (due to scoliosis) I would like good support. One of my pet peeves is chairs that won't lock properly, so that when you sit back on them they still recline slightly! I have a high desk and use my monitor vertically (so I'm usually looking upwards), and so would like a chair that's about 23" off the ground. I'd like to stay under $500 for a good chair. The WorkPro series are frequently mentioned here on Reddit (Quantum 9000: $350 and 12000: $406), and I also came across the "Gabrylly Ergonomic Mesh Office Chair" on Amazon for $289. It looks pretty adjustable, but none of the Amazon reviews compare it to the WorkPro - and there are no OfficeDepots next to where I live so I can't try them out. Does anyone have any experience...

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