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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.
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.
This really depends on the type of art she usually does. For example, I work standing at an easel a lot of the time but if I do colored pencil work I usually sit at a flat table. If you could give some ideas of what she usually does that would help.
Great chair and the arm rests are easily removed.
Yeah, look at an ikea markus or a staples hyken, you should be able to get either for ~100. If you want a chair to last, look at surplus furniture supply for used steelcase leap or a herman miller aeron (would probably be over 200 though!)
Or just get one of these for 65 bucks: [link]
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 have this chair from Amazon. It’s not the most amazing desk chair, but it is cheap and comfortable enough for my uses.
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AmazonBasics Silla con respaldar... [link]
Yo tengo esa...
AmazonBasics Mesh, Mid-Back, Adjustable, Swivel Office Desk Chair with Armrests, Black [link]
It is! It's just a normal office chair from Amazon, link
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.
I have this chair from Amazon, works great for me and isn’t super expensive.
AmazonBasics Mesh Chair
cheap, but it works
I have a basic computer chair that my friend gave me 2-3 years ago. I've used it a lot in the time, and have also put on some weight. I'm currently around 210lbs and the chair isn't exactly holding me up anymore. On occasion the chair will drop slightly before stopping.
I assume it's because I've gained weight and while I'm working on losing it, I am not opposed to a new chair.
I have found two Amazon Basics ones that are right near my weight capacity. Mesh and Faux Leather. Obviously they're nothing special, but I'm okay with that.
Alternatively I could stretch my budget to upgrade to one of these Alera chairs. Mesh, Leather.
Anyone have any thoughts or any suggestions?
Edit: The Alera Mesh one seems to be recommended often. Highly considering that.
I use this chair
I used a wooden kitchen chair for 8 years before getting this one
What about their mid-back chair?
Depends on what affordable is, I narrowed my choice of under $75 down to Ikea Milberget & amazon basics. Ended up going with amazon cause I like the breathability of mesh and have no regrets. PS get an amazon warehouse "very good" one if you do choose this, will save another $10 for what amounts to basically open box
I use mid back mesh chair when I work from home . Very comfortable .
AmazonBasics Mid-Back Mesh Chair [link]
I have no idea how long the sale is. I just finished assembling it. The elbow rests are height adjustable, the regular chair height adjuster, and there's a 2 way switch for reclining the chair (1 way is no recline, another way is to fully recline). Lumbar support isnt adjustable, but still solid. Neck rest is nice, but I find myself having to slouch a little or lean back to use it. If I sit up straight I don't naturally hit it.
I like it a lot, it's much better than the Amazon Basics mesh chair and even this chair I'm upgrading from.
Edit: lumbar support IS adjustable, my bad
Not either of those but I have one of the other Amazon Basics chairs
Works fine, not uncomfortable, yet it doesnt feel nearly as well put together as my $800 Steelcase chair at work.
This is also a popular "expanded budget" chair
I have this and it's worked great for 2 years
AmazonBasics Mid-Back Mesh Chair [link]
I have had the AmazonBasics Mid-Back Mesh Chair for about a month now and I love it.