I bought an Amazon Basic chair and I'm very satisfied with it. It's not a racing chair and has no gaming flair, so no increased fps, but it's really comfortable and affordable.
For 65$, you can't go wrong with the amazon basic mesh back.. something something office chair.
I liked mine so much, I bought one for my mom. After over a year, I've yet to have an issue with it.
I need a new desk chair, which is pretty important to me because I work from home. I've already been to my local university surplus several times and I wasn't impressed with their selection. I'm thinking about something ordering something online like the Amazon Basics executive chair. I don't even know what I'm looking for, to be honest. Or maybe a mesh back chair like this? Honestly, I'm pretty clueless. I would love suggestions on either specific chairs, or what to look for in general.
AmazonBasics High-Back, Leather Executive, Swivel, Adjustable Office Desk Chair with Casters, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XBC3BF0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabt1_ItYUFbS8V0A7W?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
This chair is the real deal https://www.amazon.in/AmazonBasics-Back-Office-Chair-Black/dp/B00IFHPVEU/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1541148975&sr=1-1&pi=AC_SL180_FMwebp_QL65&keywords=amazon+basics+chair been
Bought second hand off of kijiji 💀💀💀
It's a decent chair, easy to clean/move, not adjustable, but 👍
The second option is around 200 USD.
I did find a much cheaper alternative, although it doesn't seem to have as much quality.
The Lorell Mesh Headrest has good reviews on Amazon. The Steelcase Leap v2 has a flat back, so you'll have to screw the headrest directly into the back of the chair.
Hey that's my chair too! I also bought it November 2015, exactly 2 years ago, when I decided to go for the Stormtrooper look.
Here's the Amazon link:
Just get this bad boy off of amazon.
I got it a few months ago it is great.
Esta silla de Amazon Basics es la mejor silla que he tenido para el trabajo. A mi comúnmente me duele la espalda por estar sentado, y esta es en la que más tiempo aguanto sin problemas.
I can't seem to find the exact model, but it's pretty similar to this one.
I highly recommend it if you spend a lot of time in front of the computer.
Ergonomic Office Chair Desk Chair Computer Chair with Lumbar Support Arms Executive Rolling Swivel PU Leather Task Chair for Women Adults, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004ZVHKJE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_E.AqFbN6FWKNT
Did you read my post? I'm not looking for a gaming chair. I'm looking for something with a soft bottom.
This looks soft, but I feel like it would break in a couple days Also looks tiny, I'm 5'10" 200-210lbs.
That's why I'm looking for suggestions.
This is the chair and these are the speakers
I bought myself this one two years ago. Looks like the price has gone up since then but it's been serving me pretty well. Every once in a while the back position lock will give out and the headrest is useless (as is the norm) but otherwise I'm pleased.
Clamps (Needed two)
I have an old Steelcase Leap v1, for reference. No good place to put the clamps. I pulled the back padding off the back a bit to make room for the clamps, tightened them down, then bolted the headrest to one of the angled holes on the clamps. Headrest extension pushed all the way down.
The reviews for the headrest clued me into which clamps to buy and there are some pictures there where they installed the headrest on other chairs with better mounting points for the clamps. The Leap v1 just isn't a good candidate for this, but I made it work. It's ugly as sin but nobody sees the back on my chair, so I don't care right now.
Hi, I was looking for a headrest for the Mirra v1, but couldn't find one. So I bought the Lorell headrest on Amazon and designed a 3D-printed adapter to be used with the Mirra 1: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00P85C6OU/ref=ppx\_yo\_dt\_b\_asin\_title\_o00\_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
3D-printed adapter: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:5400368
I hope this helps someone!
I bought this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00P85C6OU/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 and a couple of screws and hex nuts to fasten it to the chair. Also got a couple of rubber washers to prevent damage to the chair. it's slightly ugly, but also WAYYYYY cheaper the OEM headrest. PM me if you want pics.
I got one off Amazon. Lorell Hi-Back Chair Mesh Headrest, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P85C6OU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_YASEYFEQTERATWK7ANX7
I also got different hardware that wouldn’t pierce too far into the chair back.
I got this chair a june 6, 2020, and it's held up great and is generally quite comfortable. Definitely well built with a lot of adjustment, recline, headrest, and a wide seat base. The only problem is I don't have much asscheek and the padding doesn't cut it for me anymore so i had to get another seat cushion to put on it.
If you don't like mesh then there's that potential factor becoming an issue, but i prefer it because i can stay cool.
If the padding was just an inch thicker with a 1" taller back i would have actually preferred it to a herman Miller. I'm 6'1" 200lbs.
I just checked it out and it looks great! The only problem is it doesn't look like is has as much padding as I'd like. I want something softer like this...
Duramont Ergonomic Office Chair - Adjustable Desk Chair with Lumbar Support and Rollerblade Wheels - High Back Chairs with Breathable Mesh - Thick Seat Cushion, Head, and Arm Rests - Reclines https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0797HZ8W1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_TG9SDTYMCGA9SK16696K?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
It’s pretty solid. I got it on a auction site for $40, so definitely a steal on $330. I wish the seat part was more cushy, why I need the extra support pad there
There are a lot of nice looking task chairs on Amazon in the $150-$500 range. Judging by the reviews they dont start getting durable and reliable until the $300ish range.
Something like this for instance looks like it would last a while if you don't mind paying $400
I recommend the WorkPro Quantum 9000. Can be found for $400-500 but I got really lucky and bought it on sale awhile back.
Also get the version with the headrest if you can. If not, you can purchase something like this and get c-clamps. It's not the most sturdy thing ever but it gets the job done.
I used this Lorell headrest from Amazon
Literally drilled holes in the back, got some nuts and screwed onto the bolts that came with the headrest and voila
Lorell Hi-Back Chair Mesh Headrest, Black https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00P85C6OU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_9546JRHYBNJ27F04X6R8
NOUHAUS Ergo3D Ergonomic Office Chair - Rolling Desk Chair with 3D Adjustable Armrest, 3D Lumbar Support and Blade Wheels - Mesh Computer Chair, Gaming Chairs, Executive Swivel Chair (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07L4ZQMDX/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_i_96FA4DGBS3PQ2FWK5SK8
For people who dislike Herman Miller chairs, I recommend this Duramont chair with adjustable everything. Herman Miller chairs are too low-backed for me, and I hate the arm rests - the Duramont shape is a better fit for my body and took very few adjustments to get right.
Duramont with adjustable everything. I've long used some of the cheaper suggestions on Amazon but was getting really sore after sitting in them for longer periods of time during WFH, probably in large part due to bad posture - but they generally have seats that lose their bounce after several hours of continuous use, and minimal back support.
The high back on the Duramont means you get an actually usable neck rest and much better back support. The seat is comfortable for 12+ hours. Adjustable arms are non-negotiable, IMO, and the shape of these armrests has a nice cradle for you to rest on. I like this chair so much I replaced all our desk chairs with it after a few weeks of use.
I have used most Herman Miller chairs and this one knocks them out of the park at a fraction of the price, imo - but I low-key hate Herman Millers and literally prefer hard wood chairs. For me, Herman Millers are far too low backed for day-long use in front of a desk, and the armrests are incomprehensibly shaped. I'd look through some catalogs and try to identify what you've like in the office in the past - once I realized I never had a nice high-backed chair and figured out my issues with the Herman Millers, it was an easy to find a chair with the features I wanted!
Here's some options that I'm considering right now:
I currently have this on a tempur-pedic, so I know that it's comfortable and I prefer mesh in general. This would not be able to mount directly onto the chair so I would attach two plastic C-clamps to the chair and drill the headrest into the C-clamps. Since there is no forward-back adjustment on this headrest I'd use a heat gun to bend the column to get the right adjustment (I did this to the tempur pedic one to adjust it further back.
This looks like it may be able to screw right into the back the plastic frame at the top of the backrest. Obviously it would void the warranty and the metal fasteners would clamp down on the mesh back at the top and deform them, which maybe could cause damage or alter how the shape of the mesh/how the backrest feels.
This one but there’s plenty of variations on this style on Amazon. Love it. Duramont Ergonomic Office Chair - Adjustable Desk Chair with Lumbar Support and Rollerblade Wheels - High Back Chairs with Breathable Mesh - Thick Seat Cushion, Head, and Arm Rests - Reclines https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0797HZ8W1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_ZF4Y5H7Z0HE48QKTQNYR?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
AmazonBasics Mid Back Office Chair (Black, Leather) https://www.amazon.in/dp/B00IFHPVEU/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_X5RM3CFM41DH8VN9Y1PY?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Working pretty well for me for 10 months now. Height adjustable.. but no head support.
Lol if OP isn’t a millionaire, I use this and it has helped my back and bum immensely.
NOUHAUS Ergo3D Ergonomic Office Chair - Rolling Desk Chair with 3D Adjustable Armrest, 3D Lumbar Support and Blade Wheels - Mesh Computer Chair, Gaming Chairs, Executive Swivel Chair (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07L4ZQMDX/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_0H9GW96D8DF58YSBE70C
Really love that so many redditors brainstorming a solution for a Leap V2 headrest.
I just got a second hand Steelcase Leap V2. Going to attempt to 3d model and print an attachment for this headrest. Hopefully add support for adjustable headrest depth. I wanna avoid drilling/screws. Might use some 3M VHB double-sided tape.
This is what I ordered:
Somehow, it’s cheaper to order from USA shipped to Canada than amazon.ca
Wish me luck. 👷♂️🦫
I love this chair. I've had it for a year now. No foot rest. I wanted the mesh seat over cushion.
NOUHAUS Ergo3D Ergonomic Office Chair
It looks okay to me but I don’t own it so I can’t personally say so. I use this bad baby
I’m pretty sure it’s this one
I ordered it a few months back and returned it literally the next day, very uncomfortable and should cost around 50$ instead of 300$
I am currently using this Lorell headrest for my Haworth Zody. While you will have to get separate clamps to fit them, they match my chair perfectly and looks factory. What chair are you planning to fit yours on?
It’s a basic office chair from amazon. It’s not the most comfortable, but it does the job for me.
I didn't want a "gaming chair" (I don't really like the aesthetic of them), and I needed something to support my (at the time), shall we say "impressive physique"
Now I've lost a fair lot of weight, but it's good to know that this chair will last me awhile as long as I keep up with maintaining/dropping weight.
NOUHAUS Ergo3D Ergonomic Office Chair - Rolling Desk Chair with 3D Adjustable Armrest, 3D Lumbar Support and Blade Wheels - Mesh Computer Chair, Gaming Chairs, Executive Swivel Chair (Black) https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07L4ZQMDX/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_AW80PSC4FFE2RG2B7NBP?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
NOUHAUS Ergo3D Ergonomic Office Chair - Rolling Desk Chair with 3D Adjustable Armrest, 3D Lumbar Support and Blade Wheels - Mesh Computer Chair, Gaming Chairs, Executive Swivel Chair (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07L4ZQMDX/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_7PN1FZS4WBW07CGYMA3H
This is what I got once we went work at home. It's excellent and I have spent 8-10 hours a day for over a year in it.
Duramont Ergonomic Adjustable Office Chair with Lumbar Support and Rollerblade Wheels - High Back with Breathable Mesh - Thick Seat Cushion - Adjustab https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0797HZ8W1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_cR1Pyi8jhk6oD
I have an Amazon Basics chair; specifically, an older version of this chair. It was pretty decent for... I dunno, 9-12 months? I'm only 5'8" and 125lbs, and a bit over a year later, I'm essentially sitting on metal. I do sit in the chair for 10+ hours per day, so some wear is expected, but it's become intolerable. Additionally, the arm pads are also down to the metal now, and the right armrest sags significantly due to the weight I've applied to it - I'd say it sits a full inch below the left one at this point. Honestly, the reason I'm on this sub right now is to research a replacement.
To summarize, it was acceptably comfortable for a little under a year, but don't expect to get any real mileage out of it.
I bought this one with fold up arms for the same reason.
The seat is a touch narrow for my wide self, but tolerable. It shipped with traditional casters and skate wheels; the lowest height with the skates on is still pretty high. I like it but I'm tall.
I bought this one before the pandemic really hit. It was about cheaper then but it's a great chair
I'm missing two discs in my lower back, so lumbar support was a must. I was going to get a RTX racing chair but after trying one out was surprised how uncomfortable it was . I went instead with an ergonomic office chair; and it's been great. I got skinny legs, a bony butt, and spend the greater part of most days in this chair. It treats me right.
I bought this chair to upgrade my work from home situation. It's pretty awesome, best office chair I've used
Search for Lorell headrest on this subreddit: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lorell-Hi-Back-Chair-Headrest-Black/dp/B00P85C6OU/ref=mp_s_a_1_7?dchild=1&keywords=herman+miller+headrest&qid=1607885702&sprefix=Herman+Miller&sr=8-7
There are some hacks involving buying it and some clamps to attach the headrest to the back of the Aeron without drilling holes. Comes to about $40
Staples usually has some demo chairs out, I'd go and test them. Some of them are their own store brands are relatively cheap and blatant copies of high end brands.
Like this or this
Currently using this cheap chair from amazon, it hurts my back like hell after sitting for more than a hour. Would this be a decent upgrade?
The shipping is free with prime. The issue is that not all big items can be shipped. For example, this chair can't be shipped, but this one can. I guess its a matter of luck on these larger products.
Not sure of that. They are rather weak. I change my chairs nearly all three years.
Well, not true, I will change my actual unit (very similar) and it only have two years. It cannot even bend to a decent angle for my comfort.
Many of the cheaper headrest require you to drill a few bolts into the back of the chair. Its not that uncommon and you could find a few threads of people doing it with a bit of google searching. most of them end up using this headrest from amazon. https://www.amazon.com/Lorell-Hi-Back-Chair-Headrest-Black/dp/B00P85C6OU
I needed a chair last march as well and ended up with this this.
There are several other comparable chairs on amazon in addition to that one as well.
I got this same headrest and mounted it to a workpro 9000. I drilled 2 small holes in my chair and mounted it that way but it can also be done with clamps. Check out the images on the Amazon page and you can see how other people rigged it to their chair
edit: I got the mesh headrest but the base layout is still the same https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00P85C6OU/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o05_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I just bought that one. Hope it's good.
The other one I was looking at is the Duramont chair. It has the cushioned seat and adjustable lumbar, but I actually didn't want the cushioned seat (reviews say it's hard and firm, so might not be ideal for sitting on legs), so I went with the Gabrylly.
NOUHAUS Ergo3D Ergonomic Office Chair
im pretty tall so I wanted something that sat higher than most chairs. This on can sit pretty high on the highest adjustment level
That's the headrest, it comes with 2 bolts, you'd simply attach those bolts to the clamps and then attach the clamps to the back of the chair and then you'd have no holes on the back of your chair. If the clamps aren't big enough they also sell other ones. You're looking for 1/4" screws.
This is the chair I have.
Is that enough info? If needed I can measure the cylinder external sizes later, when I get the chance.
AmazonBasics High-Back, Leather Executive, Swivel, Adjustable Office Desk Chair with Casters, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XBC3BF0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_ruvQFbHDWMH7W?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
That’s the one I bought. Super comfy
Here is the chair I use. I’m 6’0 and 180 lbs and have no problem with long gaming sessions and worst comes to worst and your experience is the complete opposite of mine and you’re only out 1/4 of your budget though I doubt that will happen.
I am thinking about getting the Amazon Basics High Back Executive Chair is that good? My budget is basically a $150.
my friend had a chair that I liked and said he got it on amazon. I bought what looked like his chair and he confirmed it was the same chair. However, it wasn't the same, sort of a knock off. still very comfortable and soft. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XBC3BF0/ref=sxr_rr_xsim_1?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_p=3397508887125430297&pd_rd_wg=mTpGj&pf_rd_r=Z39K0ZC402TERYYVV980&pf_rd_s=desktop-rhs-carousels&pf_rd_t=301&pd_rd_i=B00XBC3BF0&pd_rd_w=o...
Just get the Amazon basics office chair at least its "better" than this.
But my momma always said never cheap out on the things that connects you to the ground (shoes, tires, socks, chairs, bed) and following her advice I just got a refurbished steelcase leap v2 for like $200.
I purchased this one - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P85C6OU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_qzmJFbA3H9XP3
People have been able to successfully add it to a number of different chairs including the workpro 9000. Check out the reviews for pictures
AmazonBasics High-Back, Leather Executive, Swivel, Adjustable Office Desk Chair with Casters, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XBC3BF0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_mMoHFbS91Z3M3
Loutytuo Universal Monitor Pole Mount Bracket Without Punching Fully Adjustable Stand for Diameter Pole Mount with VESA 75/100, Fits Screen up to 27 inch https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R7SC4B8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_OcoHFbK7Y3J5F
Chair: AmazonBasics High-Back, Leather Executive, Swivel, Adjustable Office Desk Chair with Casters, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XBC3BF0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_5boHFb9ZVXRZ5
Mounts: Loutytuo Universal Monitor Pole Mount Bracket Without Punching Fully Adjustable Stand for Diameter Pole Mount with VESA 75/100, Fits Screen up to 27 inch https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R7SC4B8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_OcoHFbK7Y3J5F
Great find! I picked up one for my wife, then picked up two more for me to have at home and work. Fifteen years later and we are still happy with them.
Now upgrade it with a headrest. I just attached one of these a few months ago, and wish I'd done it sooner.
I picked up this Lorell Headrest and the Camvate C-clamps people linked in the reviews. I ended up not liking the setup suggested in the review photos, but I made some adjustments and now it's almost perfect.
Me being about 5' 8", the headrest contacted the middle back of my head and it was really uncomfortable when leaning back and it didn't touch my head at all when sitting up straight. I wasn't looking for neck support for sitting up straight anyways, I just wanted something to hold my neck and lower back of my head when reclining.
I ended up removing the actual headrest from the up/down extension bit and screwed the clamps onto the headrest directly, which lowers and recesses its placement. Now when I lean back, it fits at my neck like I wanted it to. When I sit up straight, I can sort of swivel the headrest up/backwards and out of the way so that it doesn't contact my shoulders.
I don't think you can get an "official" headrest. It would have to be something like this.
If I were you this is what I’d get-
Could you point me to the OD coupon? Been thinking about the 9000.
Did you ever try out the staples dexley?
I've also been thinking about this one too.
These are my top 3 after days of online looking. Probably need to go sit my butt in some but I'm super paranoid about indoor stores and catching Rona.
I know Herman Millers and Steel cases are highly recommended and can buy them used and whatnot. I just can't convince my wife I need to spend that much and wonder why someone would sell a good office chair unless there was something wrong with it, regardless of how good the brand is.
I bought this chair for my MCAT FLs and study sessions (7-8 hrs of sitting) and it was honestly great. I have a history of really bad back pain and this chair held up. And it’s not too much of a splurge either!
I have a steelcase criterion manufactured in 1998 that I picked up from a used office supply store probably 7 or 8 years ago, and it's still going strong. I actually just bought a brand new chair to replace it for $313 on amazon (only because the steelcase is purple, and my wife hates the color), and I'm not sure I'm going to keep this new duromont. It's a decent, heavily built chair for the most part, but feels so much less substantial than my 22 yr old steelcase...
Here's the chair I just bought, totally solid chair for the money, I just didn't realize how good I had it until I sat in the new one for the first time after putting together this afternoon: https://www.amazon.com/Duramont-Ergonomic-Adjustable-Support-Rollerblade/dp/B0797HZ8W1
Also here is the old steel case for reference, it might be slightly bigger or higher end than the one you featured? Hard to be sure via the photo: https://photos.app.goo.gl/3jitA7kjAKhd2YWY7
I purchased and installed this from amazon and loving it over the past couple of months: https://www.amazon.com/Lorell-Hi-Back-Chair-Headrest-Black/dp/B00P85C6OU/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=headrest+attachment+for+chair&qid=1598913749&sr=8-2
Although I had to drill a couple of holes into the chair, it works surprisingly well. There's no side to side wobble, and whenever I lean back into it, it flexes the top half of the chair back, which I actually prefer because it's like a recline but for my upper back.
I was really disappointed the first week I installed it due to the mesh being really firm and it felt really awkward. But after a week of use, it's honestly been a life saver. I can work on my desk hours on end with minimal neck strain now.
I'm 6'1 and my gf, who often uses my desk in the evenings, is 5'4 and it works pretty well for us. I prefer being more upright while my gf enjoys reclining all the way.
Keep in mind that it's still a risky purchase and that you should manage your expectations accordingly.
So you can't just get a headrest from Steelcase unfortunately. I tried contacting them before and they said no dice.
I ended up ordering this one from Amazon - the company makes a few others. It's definitely not "buy it for life" quality but cheap enough I can buy a new one if it breaks. I got some assorted nuts and bolts and washers and used a drill to make two holes on the back of the chair after opening it up and mounting it on. I don't put too much weight on it but it hasn't broken yet. Try to use the largest washers you can get away with so the weight is spread out over the plastic backing.
There are so many of these chairs out there but it's so hard to figure out a headrest. Unfortunately since there's no mounting point DIY is your only option here.
Here's an album I made that nobody cared about:
Hey there, did you end up going with one of these?
I've been considering the NOUHAUS Ergo3D, WordPro Quantum, and a Duramont chair on Amazon.
5'10" 150lbs. Lumbar support is important.
Ok so I got this from Amazon and it isn’t the worst but overtime it really isn’t comfortable I know it isn’t really ideal but I would suggest saving
I bought this headrest and these clamps and it works great for me. The headrest does have a little "give" when I lean my head back but I can rest my head on it.
Just note, the headrest looks better in person than in the amazon photo, not sure why the product photo looks like it was left in the sun for 2 years. The one I received looks like it came with the chair.
I recently got a Steelcase Leap V2 and wanted to install a headrest. When I was looking for info I found a lot of people in the same situation. You can't get the actual Steelcase headrest unless you find one used, and you have to modify the back to install it anyway.
I used the Lorrell Hi Back headrest from Amazon, it was very affordable.
You will need a drill, washers, and nuts and bolts. I got a $4 variety pack of nuts and bolts from Walmart and the largest washers I could find. I found a good spot for the headrest, drilled two holes, and screwed it together as seen. I had to use some needlenose pliers to hold the nuts in place to screw them in as screwing them in the other direction would have the bolts sticking into the back area. Taking off the back padding is pretty easy, the rest is pretty uncomplicated as well. It feels sturdy enough, but I'm not really trying to push it. I actually redid it after this and moved it up a few inches as I'm 6'3" with a very long torso so most people could get away with it lower. Overall a pretty good fit even though the mesh doesn't totally "vibe" with the fabric seat. Hope this is helpful to anyone with the same issue.
I would suggest avoiding anything made with pleather/faux/synthetic leather. It eventually starts peeling off. (I believe the problem is it sticks to skin and gets pulled off.) The Ikea MILLBERGET would be perfect if it went with a cloth/fabric upholstery instead of pleather.
Mesh chairs are probably the most common type. Here's one from Amazon.
Cloth/microfiber covered chairs seem less common, but here's one.
I don't have any experience with these particular models, so don't take it as a necessary recommendation.
I occasionally take a look at Wayfair since it does have a decent search system (search by build material/upholstery). You'll see many of the same chairs at other sites/stores, but it's a decent way to get an idea of what's out there.
Is that that ikea chair for like $50? I got rid of mine after like one week. It made my back hurt. I ended up getting one from amazon instead, and got the rollerblade chairs.
No lie OP, dm me if you want a new office chair you can setup a amazon wish list or something or I can ship straight to you.
We use these at my office and they're pretty nice would be happy to get one to you. With all the time we're spending on computers and working from home lately it's nice to have a new chair.
Amazon Basics has a good chair. Under 100 USD.
What do you think about this chair for example?
I just want an cheaper alternative to the Herman Miller Aeron, even the local used market wants same as new prices. Closest I can find is this for $250.
I do. I am currently on the office depot one.
When i got the chair for christmas, I was about 320 or so.
Over the summer, I have dumped soda and started eating healthier and making my own cooked meals, and I am now under 295. HOWEVER, the damage to this chair's ass cushion has been done lol...
I am currently looking at THIS model of chair and it looks VERY similar to the Aeron.
I have found several Aeron chairs in my area, however, everyone seems to be selling them for $300 or more and almost all of them being sold are over 8 and 10 years old, with one of them being over 12 years old he says...I cant justify spending that much on a chair that has been in someone's possession than my relationship...
However, Being that I live so close to Grand Rapids and Holland, MI, there are Haworth and Steelcase 'outlet' stores right where the factories are that I didnt even think of checking out...I kinda wanna go there or ask around but have yet to find anyone who has been to these stores or have had any luck either.
Ultimately, I dont think I am going to go with a gaming chair (was considering the EWin or Secret Lab Titan) because I feel like ill get more comfortable seating out of an Aeron or Gesture or clone of such...
Something like this.
The one's at the office are cheap ones - they look like this.
In the reviews you can find a few who installed it on their Leap.
Here another one:
BestOffice Office Chair Desk Ergonomic Swivel Executive Adjustable Task Computer High Back Chair with Back Support in Home, 1, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B004ZVHKJE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_y7V1CbRP3PZB9
I’ve had this guy for 4 years and love it, paid $100 at the time
Nope. Not sure what's special about overpriced, shitty Chinese car seats bolted to a rolling chair base. That's just me though, I know plenty of people find them comfortable. I find they get pretty hot and sweaty though depending on the material. The cheap vinyl stuff, for sure, makes you sweat and it's gross. Also, easier for my cat's to accidental tear. Or purposely scratch.
I use the mesh style office chairs. It's nice having a fan on your back and butt in the warm summer months. Or heat in the winter. Not this one exactly, but it looks pretty much like this: https://www.amazon.com/NOUHAUS-Ergo3D-Ergonomic-Office-Chair/dp/B07L4ZQMDX/
I have the amazon basics office chair and it's relatively comfortable.
I love it because the arms flip up, more comfortable for playing guitar