I highly suggest you upgrade your wheels to this style and lose the plastic mat.
This is close.
I searched Amazon for "desktop keyboard stand."
There's several options there that might work for you.
I, um, borrowed it from my husband a few years ago and failed to return it! Honestly though, it hasn’t held up very well and I wouldn’t recommend it. I do however strongly endorse replacing all office chair wheels with roller blade wheels like these, especially if you have wood floors.
Not sure if your chair has caster wheels or not. If it does - these are specifically designed to solve your problem. It replaces the plastic crap that comes with your chair with a soft rollerblade wheel. I had this problem and this worked for me.
Office Chair Caster Wheels (Set of 5) - Heavy Duty & Safe for All Floors Including Hardwood - Perfect Replacement for Desk Floor Mat - Rollerblade Style w/ Universal Fit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CTIG4GE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_7LRKAbH9DYN54
It's pretty funny they call their line FIND. If I had to guess, Amazon just looks at what kind of clothes people purchase the most on their site and then they're copying the style and selling them for cheap.
They do this a lot with other items.
For example, this laptop stand was a best seller and made a killing on Amazon. So Amazon found a manufacturer to make it super cheaply and halved the price.
Original - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000OOYECC
Amazon's - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WRDS0AU
Amazon. They are awesome, 1000X better than the garbage plastic wheel casters that come with chairs.
I think it's a pretty safe buy. You get a lot of features common on $1k+ herman Miller's for a fraction of the cost.
Heres the arm pads: Aloudy Ergonomic Memory Foam Office Chair Armrest Pads, Comfy Gaming Chair Arm Rest Covers for Elbows and Forearms Pressure Relief(Set of 2) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8F9IYC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_usVVDbWZSTST7
They are amazing! Definitely a must
I got this one for 20 bucks and couldn't be happier.
Best upgrade for a chair is rubber wheels
Basically roller blade wheels.
A nutless monkey could install them.
Once your have them, you’ll be gliding around your luxury vinyl with your pinky out.
You just yank them off and push new ones in. They are designed to be replaced.
These are the ones that I got, although they are a bit more expensive now than they were when I got them: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CTIG4GE/
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.
You can buy wheels like these on Amazon. A bit more expensive than the regular plastic, but they roll a lot better and they don't scratch hardwood floor. Definitely worth the purchase.
Congrats! And normal pillows aren't typically meant to be sat on. You could look into something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Everlasting-Comfort-Cushion-Designed-Tailbone/dp/B01EBDV9BU/
I would definitely get one. I have an office job and I have to sit for multiple hours a day. I have had this cushion for about two years and it’s still holding up. I would also suggest getting up to walk around a little every hour or get a standing desk.
Everlasting Comfort Memory Foam Seat Cushion for Back, Coccyx, & Tailbone Pain Relief - Work, Desk, Car, Gaming, and Home Office Accessories - Sciatica Chair Cushion Pad (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EBDV9BU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_8PGT44C7K8P7JXSSGQNN
Not OP but I’ve had my Uplift Pursuit for maybe 6 months and have really enjoyed it. Only recommendation are some armrest pads. These are what I use.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01G643EU6/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 I bought these but there may be cheaper with the same results.
I use the vivo cpu cart, it is low profile, can be rolled if needed, and is pretty easy to install. Also it doesn't raise your computer too high off the ground, so I don't even remember that I have the computer on it. Here's the link.
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
We have hardwood floors throughout our house, so when my wife and I got new chairs for our home office we ordered a set of these for each: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01CTIG4GE/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
Basically, they're soft Rollerblade wheels - they don't damage the floor at all and I assume they would work really well on carpet too (depending on the thickness). We've had them for the last 2 and a half years, no issues.
I got something similar to this a few years ago.
Everlasting Comfort Office Chair Seat Cushion for Back, Coccyx, & Tailbone Pain Relief (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EBDV9BU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_9E1DHJYQSXZF9PTNNZXK?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I’ve used that for both my car and desk chair :)
I bought mine on Amazon. They have worked great for me. I’ve been using them for little over a year. Here’s a link to the ones I got, assuming links are allowed here. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01G643EU6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_W9PPPTT9VR1BFWPGMCEY?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D74DT3B/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_4004M361AJATG4AVGM59?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 this is what I have! It’s not adjustable or anything but the height is nice and it’s lightweight so I can bring it with me wherever I’m studying if I want
Replace his chair wheels with roller blade chair wheels! Makes a huge difference!
ETA: here’s a link to some on Amazon. they just click on!
not sure if it is exactly the same but this is the one i have that is very close to the one in the video https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000OOYECC/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_CWhcGbERWJG98?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1. I already owned it before it got my case but it turned out to be a perfect fit, and ergonomically very pleasant to use.
Use this for the laptop. Try to find a tray to keep your desk organized (and dresser).
None of your posters are framed. They're cheap from walmart or you can find them on Amazon.
I'd go for a different blanket than the one you currently have. A light color like gray to contrast with the bed you have.
Ninja edit: Stick a small plant on your dresser.
I got this stand for the push 1, waiting for it to be delivered though.
Laptop Stand Amazon
I bought the Amazon Basics stand, which I haven't seen mentioned around here. It works great and was really cheap.
this laptop stand from amazon.
its got a little stopper on the bottom to stop your laptop from sliding off, but it gets in the way of typing at times.
I'm not at work today, but here is the Amazon link, where I purchased them:
Office Chair Caster Wheels (Set of 5) - Heavy Duty & Safe for All Floors Including Hardwood - Perfect Replacement for Desk Floor Mat - Rollerblade Style w/Universal Fit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CTIG4GE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_-m9.Cb78WX281
Here's an (expensive) example of the kind of wheels I'm talking about.
I have a set of wheels like these that I got for ~$20 almost 3 years ago and have been using on hardwood floor for about 2 years of that time with no other protection. No gouges or scratches.
They're slightly "squishy" and grippy, almost like they're made of really sturdy silicone (I'm sure they're not at all, but that's kinda how they feel). Anything smallish just squishes into the wheel; you'd literally have to be rolling over gravel or some such to scratch noticeably.
I got one of these tailbone relief cushions when I bruised my tailbone, and now I'm just using it for posture and comfort. Anyone who sits in my chair at work says it's soooo comfortable and they want one.
maybe something like this?
I dont have a titan but some people who made comments and reviews on the amazon link said it worked for their titan.
Here's the link:
Here's their comments:
Q: Will these fit a secret lab Titan or Omega chair?
A: These office chair wheels fit 99% of the time, except Ikea chairs. To be 100% sure that the caster wheels will fit your chair then you can measure your stem size 7/16 x 7/8 or 11mm wide.
By Best of Best on July 5, 2020
These almost work too well.
By Dan Siegel on April 26, 2021 I've worked from home for a long time. I've always hated those pesky plastic mats, but caster wheels tear up any kind of wood or vinyl flooring, and just down work at all on carpet. I got these for my new Titan from Secret Labs... and wow these wheels are awesome... it just glides over areas that the the casters on my previous chair tore up on the floor, and everywhere else. see less
Perfect for hardwood, Ez to install, zero noise!
By Hines on August 19, 2021 I got a SecretLabs Titan about 60 months ago but was at a different apartment with carpet and a chair pad for it. I recently moved to a new unit with hardwood floors and decided to get a set of these. shipped fast, took seconds to install, reduces chair rolling noise to practically zero, and rolls oh so smoothly! my wife wanted me to push her around in the chair! 10/10!
Depending on if the rail is imbedded or protruding, you could try a combination of the options listed or just putting a mat (rubber or vinyl depending on carpet vs floor) and using rubber caster wheels like these.
Photos would be helpful. Upload link via Imgur
I have a leap v2 at my work desk. I’ll take a look.
Here’s a comfy solution I recommend:
Aloudy Ergonomic Memory Foam... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8F9IYC?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
They’re amazing and couldn’t recommend them enough since the secret lab has the most uncomfortable arm rests I’ve ever felt for my elbows.
I highly recommend getting a set of rollerblade style casters for your chair. They're much better all-around, but especially for hard wood floors.
You can get a 30% off coupon code to use at https://theofficeoasis.com/pages/vip
It didnt become bad until six or so months ago but once the leather started peeling off, it spread pretty quickly.
These are the armrest pads I bought: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8F9IYC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_AE66R3M4PBHB8PJTK66N?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
You don't have the desk space. On the floor
It’s the Amazon basics one, really impressed with it though! Staying 7-8 degrees cooler than before now.
Quiet will lower your max cpu wattage, balanced or performance would be the true test and it sounds like it’s cooler!
When I’m benchmarking on performance mode, fans at full speed, i can feel the airflow increase out of the exhaust if i lift the back up off the table, if that makes sense. That’s what led me down the rabbit hole of trying to figure out a way to create more ‘space’ for the fans to pull air from.
AmazonBasics Ventilated... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00WRDS8H0?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
This is what i use, but it’s not really portable and not great to type on, which limits its usability. I use my laptop like a desktop though so it works great for me. The mesh seems to be open enough that the Legion fans are able to have notably better airflow. My temps in Cinebench R20 in performance mode once the wattage drops down to 75w on CPU are stable around 80c. Even if I run a GPU benchmark (furmark) at the same time a few cores will bump 90 but it’s fine.
This is actually my setup https://www.reddit.com/r/LenovoLegion/comments/kciod1/cant_find_parts_to_build_a_pc_so_next_best_thing/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=mweb
I bought this last week and it has made chair sitting a pleasure again! Total game changer.
Edited sorry for ugly link, I need someone to teach me how to make pretty links.
It's just a simple ventilated stand: https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Ventilated-Adjustable-Laptop-Stand/dp/B00WRDS8H0
I will probably upgrade to one with a fan later on. As long as you elevate your Laptop at least 3", you should notice a few degrees of improvement even without a fan. I wouldn't overthink it and definitely don't spend too much money on something crazy fancy unless you're certain it will improve temps.
I got this one. Not adjustable, but it works great and holds it at the right height. Also nice and cheap. Link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07D74DT3B
Get these https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8F9IYC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_QX1THSCC3QP158HSG0SN?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Really made an improvement and it's cheap enough that if you dislike them it's whatever.
I would echo a lot of the recommendations above but also get a cushion to make it more comfortable when you have to sit like this one
I second the Clatina Mellet. Does a good value impression of a steelcase leap.
here is another comment of mine with an info dump of Clatina info
Also big fan of these arm rest covers
I just paid $16.95 for each, which is cheaper than it was when I bought one a little over a year ago (at $18.95, but only fulfilled by Amazon sold by someone else) though more expensive than when I bought the first 2 two years ago at (at $13.30 both sold directly by Amazon).
The same company that makes these things makes a slightly larger and taller version for around $25 (12-Inch W x 8.5-Inch D x 8.75-Inch H. Each step measures 2.75-Inch D.) or you can buy a 4 pack of the larger ones
I use this adjustable stand from Amazon, as well as an external keyboard and wireless mouse. If I don't use it, my neck really starts to hurt after a few days from looking down so much. I don't know how everyone else stands it (no pun intended).
When the client has crappy chairs, I bring a lumbar support cushion or a small pillow to help.
Just get this bad boy off of amazon.
I got it a few months ago it is great.
It is the Griffin Elevator as another redditor mentioned. You can buy it from Griffin and they have several colors as well: https://griffintechnology.com/products/stands-and-mounts/elevator
The only reason I am using it is because I have had it for years and never really bought a new stand. If I would buy one I would definitely get the mStand on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Rain-Design-mStand-Laptop-Patented/dp/B000OOYECC
It’s all metal and stable. Which is definitely a big plus from the Griffin stand because the plastic can get ugly and it’s wobbly at times if you touch it a lot.
Yeah. You can get one for 16$ on Amazon. Link Here It's adjustable and has wheels to easily move around.
If you're wanting to save money you can just get a block of wood or small table to put your pc on top of.
I have read some articles about Amazon blocking top selling products or even coping them in AmazonBasics. For example,
This product was copy after a few years of success this AmazinBasics
Any problem with them?
so under neath my desktop on the left is just a keyboard box i have left over so dust doesnt get sucked in from the carpet so i have it raised above it. the stand is off of amazon basics i believe its this one https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Ventilated-Adjustable-Laptop-Stand/dp/B00WRDS8H0/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=laptop+stand&qid=1555780081&s=gateway&sr=8-3
if you really want to they make hardwood carts to put pcs on under your desk so no dust intake, it could really add a lot of space (especially for that xbox over the edge)
I don't really know of any laptop mounts that can attach to an existing stand but if you have extra space on your desk you could get a simple laptop riser and set it next to your monitor. Here's an example: https://www.amazon.com/Ergonomic-Compatible-Notebook-Soundance-LS1/dp/B07D74DT3B
For laptop https://www.amazon.com/Ergonomic-Compatible-Notebook-Soundance-LS1/dp/B07D74DT3B/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=laptop+stand&qid=1595436208&sr=8-3
Considering you have external keyboard and mouse you don't have to have laptop on low ground
Thanks! It’s a ‘BoYaTa’ stand (a generic stand with random company name on it) you can find the same model albeit from another company on amazon like this one
Thank you so much!! I bought the riser on amazon, here’s the link. It’s pretty sturdy, and can fit up to 5 nendoroids on each level!
I know it’s hard. I’m sorry. If you can take breaks to get off of your tailbone, try. Also if you don’t have a coccyx cushion, I highly recommend one. Amazon has some good ones. I use this one and like it. Everlasting Comfort Seat Cushion for Office Chair - Tailbone Pain Relief Cushion - Coccyx Cushion - Sciatica Pillow for Sitting (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EBDV9BU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_d3hLEb9KRZA58. I have one at work and one at home.
Can't vouch for any myself, but this is the first amazon result:
Office Chair Caster Wheels (Set of 5) - Heavy Duty & Safe for All Floors Including Hardwood - Perfect Replacement for Desk Floor Mat - Rollerblade Style w/Universal Fit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01CTIG4GE/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_pkvjEbJMAAGBH
I hear they have them with dual casters (or dual something) that work better than the big wheels. The single and big wheels make it difficult to do short distance scooting around.
I have the same Ikea Detolf.
If you wanna spend a little more money, Risers really make it look good.
This is my Display case
I haven't updated that video for my current collection, but it gets the point across.
These are the risers: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0083R3DHO
While I agree, these "stair" displays are supposed to get rid of the visual problem with overlapping. With each step being higher then the last, it should fix that issue. That said, his shelf is kind of low (or rather each succeeding stair isn't as tall as most stair displays).
Basically, for most stair displays, the height of each stair eliminates the need to stagger. But in a case like OP's, staggering would probably make it look better (although you would lose 1 per row).
Then again, I'm sure his display looks better in person.
Something like that ^ doesn't need staggering, as each stair is high enough, amiibos aren't visually overlapping.
I have this, which I use to keep it at a height so I don't have to slouch at my desk. Though it doesn't seem to get quite as high as the ones you are indicating, I love it.
Use caster wheels for office chairs! No more scrathing and sound!
Check the size of the support, i think some brands use a slightly different size, but this was the best thing I bought for my chair.
That's why I got it, the wheelchair is just too big inside the flat and for example too low for the kitchen. And for us with POTS it's mainly the not actively standing and we don't need full support like in a wheelchair.
I just got wheels looking like this https://www.amazon.com/wheels-replacement-casters-hardwood-duty/dp/B01G643EU6/ref=mp_s_a_1_2_sspa?crid=293CP3B3NYXRZ&keywords=stool+wheels&qid=1656817281&sprefix=stool+wheel%2Caps%2C292&sr=8-2-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkU...
And a stool like that https://www.amazon.com/KKTONER-Leather-Rolling-Adjustment-Drafting/dp/B082LVP21J/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?crid=293CP3B3NYXRZ&keywords=stool+wheels&qid=1656817366&sprefix=stool+wheel%2Caps%2C292&sr=8-3
I made sure that the size of the metal socket of the wheel is the same and when putting the stool together put the other wheels in. I hope it helps you too.
Do you know that pots has a lot to do with CNS malfunctioning? The Stellatum ganglion block dropped my heart rate by 30, before I couldn't stand up without fainting immediately and even fainted while sitting in a wheelchair. I haven't fainted once since. What also really helped and lowers my heart rate for about 20 beats is a corset or medical abdominal binding. It keeps the blood from pooling down. Compression socks aren't that effective because then the blood is already pretty far down in the body.
Chronic hyperventilation is often a factor, breathing exercises and IHHT Hypoxietherapy can help.
I'm 6'4'' and installed these as soon as I got the Embody this past weekend. I can't say I noticed any height issues with the stock wheels though, so it might not matter much. Either way, they're much more silent and easy to glide than the HM wheels.
What about changing the wheels on the chair to rollerblade wheels? The larger diameter and softer material should help them roll over the edge of the mat easier.
I'm using a very expensive ergonomic chair (Steelcase Leap V2) but it has extremely firm armrests and I literally just got a pair of these today and they're fantastic, it's like I'm sitting in an armchair instead of an office chair. I'm looking forward to using them going forward and hope they help. I noticed just how hard they were after switching to controller as I tend to lean on them more than when I'm using KBM.
Something like this is nice because of the wheels.
These are the pads I've got, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8F9IYC/ref=twister_B09CTVRCYZ?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Really comfy. You lose some of that Herman Miller aesthetic, but the original arm rests were killing me.
These were suggested for the Gesture by this reddit
Highly recommend upgrading the casters on your Cosm. I put these on my Setu and it made a world of difference:
Stay away from donut shaped cushion. It will make your hemmy worse. Get a coccyx cushion like this.
I have the same chair, thank me later.
Nice set up!
Hi I'm one of those twelve people. I love my Touch Bar as well (with the addition of BTT as well). I always wished apple would've released a magic keyboard with Touch Bar.
I don't have a comparable solution but at my home office with my MacBook in external clamshell mode I rely a lot more on my Wacom tablet with express keys. These are hard keys that can be programmed for anything (specific to each application), a scroll wheel for multiple functions, and two buttons on the pen itself. You can also build powerful on screen menus. I know that this is a weird proposal if you are not a creative but I find the pen to be a superior input device. It is a lot more natural, ergonomic (no more wrist pain!), and accurate. Even for office, web browsing and non creative work.
The other thing I noticed when I'm at my girlfriends house and don't have my full office setup is that I actually prefer my 16" MacBook with Touch Bar on a stand. Yes the screen is smaller but it is a better screen, the keyboard feels better, the speakers are amazing, the Touch Bar is right there and there is something very zen feeling about the minimal setup. A weird suggestion to you since you just bought a nice large monitor.
Similar to what /u/CompetitiveRuin suggested you could alternatively offset your large monitor to the side and use your MacBook Pro opened as the primary display and input (using stand mentioned above) and that keeps your Touch Bar right there. I know it sounds weird but I actually like this setup in my home office especially since my large monitor doesn't have a webcam and it looks like I'm not paying attention when it is used as the primary monitor.
Hey guys! As it turns out, this IS a real product. I thought she disassembled some rollerblades and attached the wheels.
Anyway, the person that made these saw the post and DMed me. If you’re interested, you can get the wheels here:
He gave a promo code too for 15% off:
I promise this wasn’t planned. I thought she scrapped this together, but I’m impressed by the end result nonetheless. This has been surreal.
If you have an office chair on tile or wood, this is the only way to go..
The ones I bought have a little bit of friction, so the chair doesn't fly across the room when you fart or sneeze.
I can personally certify that a few sets of these lasted at least two years (I left the company, they were still on the chairs) in the nasty environment of a machine shop.
I dunno how important durability is for the average person, but I think those in particular are great!
Love how sturdy your desk looks! Though to preserve your hardwood floor I would recommend replacing your standard office chair castors with something like this:
Office chair wheels replacement rubber chair casters for hardwood floors and carpet, set of 5, heavy duty office chair casters for chairs to replace office chair mats - Fits 98% https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01G643EU6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_YVNC67E51D97K2WYQSNJ
The wheels usually just slide out of the chair legs. Then you install new wheels like this
Office chair wheels replacement rubber chair casters for hardwood floors and carpet, set of 5, heavy duty office chair casters for chairs to replace office chair mats - Fits 98% https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01G643EU6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_4QP9N4XDZGT72A2X07JA
They’re technically not roller blade wheels, but they do look like them.
Here they are on Amazon
Office chair wheels replacement rubber chair casters for hardwood floors and carpet, set of 5, heavy duty office chair casters for chairs to replace office chair mats - Fits 98% https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01G643EU6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_MYNT7FGKQZ97DE9WNGPK
Here are the ones I got for my chair(s) and my wife's chair.
They take 70 seconds to install, and this link is to the original inventor's product. Support small businesses!!! ^^by ^^giving ^^money ^^to ^^amazon, ^^yeah ^^I ^^know. ^^^sometimes ^^^it ^^^is ^^^the ^^^only ^^^way ^^^they ^^^ship ^^^them!
I just ordered these recently, best seller on Amazon.
Bought this one, no regrets 😉 Deal: Everlasting Comfort Office Chair Seat Cushion Pillow for Back, Coccyx, & Tailbone Pain Support Pad https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01EBDV9BU/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_dl_V1G6PFK1ZPRVER2Q5F2Y?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
These were the covers I got. They fit well I apparently put alot of weight on my elbows.
Aloudy Ergonomic Memory Foam Office Chair Armrest Pads, Comfy Gaming Chair Arm Rest Covers for Elbows and Forearms Pressure Relief(Set of 2) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M8F9IYC/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_HX3TE4DTCS6068859291?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I bought these back in Now of 2020 for my Titan. They've stood the test of time really well and are comfortable. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01M8F9IYC/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1
OH MY GOD, YES! So I found this amazing cushion that I bought on Amazon.
I then took the cushion seat shopping with me. And I found my perfect chair at Ikea. It comes with arms, but you can also buy the option without arms which is what I did. So excited!!!
Well, I guess you could try putting some pillows on the seat to gain some height or try something like this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Everlasting-Comfort-Orthopedic-Sciatica-Tailbone/dp/B01EBDV9BU/ref=asc\_df\_B01EBDV9BU/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=309968320948&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=2403420583449166614&hvpone=&hvpt...
The Herman Miller translucent casters are nice, but very expensive. I have them, but recommend the Lifelong Rollerblade casters if you don't want to spend that much:
Everlasting Comfort Seat Cushion... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EBDV9BU?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
This guy right here came with me everywhere. Car, restaurants, friend’s houses. Tough to fit into some computer chairs, but great for the couch/recliner.
I've found that work from home call center work can be a good option. Allows me to use tons of heating pads/etc and not put too much effort towards appearance/commuting/etc. Sitting for a long time can be difficult too so getting a good seat pad (I recommend this one Everlasting Comfort Seat Cushion Pillow for Office Chair - Sit Longer, Feel Better - Butt, Tailbone, Back, Coccyx, Sciatica Memory Foam Cushions - Computer Desk Pain Relief Pad https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B01EBDV9BU/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_i_BYECP922TDS3J42K29KQ?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1). Voltaren gel and heating pads for pain; you're so incredibly strong for making it even 2 hours 💪💜. Things will get better; it will take time and medication trials and fails but I promise it can get better!!
I think it might be the actual arm rests which for me are absolutely shocking and by far the worst part of the chair. In that case you'd be better off buying some cheap arm rests with better softer material on Amazon to either replace the originals or go over them, I done so and noticed a massive difference in comfort.
Something like this which someone else linked in a previous thread, if it's not the arm rests then ignore this comment!
Thanks! The arm rest are just some memory foam ones from amazon. They last a couple years and aren't as plush now but still better than the one it came with.
The soundance laptop stand can disassemble into 3 small parts. I have the rain design for my desk, and the soundance for travel.
Soundance Laptop Stand, Aluminum Computer Riser, Ergonomic Laptops Elevator for Desk, Metal Holder Compatible with 10 to 15.6 Inches Notebook Computer, Silver https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D74DT3B/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_77MEXBTN0K6G3D47Q5RF