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.
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.
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
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!
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
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 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 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.
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.
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...
Duramont Ergonomic Adjustable... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0797HZ8W1?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I got this and I really like it
I don't know if it's bifl but I have had it for a couple of years and I'm very happy with it. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0797HZ8W1/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_1HWJ3Z04VMRTG0MGGKHP?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
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.
It's called Duramont. I got it from Amazon
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
Here is my advice from attempting to find a good chair. For reference I am 6 foot 1 and weigh 175 pounds.
I would highly recommend saving up more money for a high quality chair with a good warranty, rather than playing the frustrating cheap chair roulette for years as I did. Also, I highly recommend going to an office store or warehouse to try out some chairs before buying anything. I ended up with a customized $650 OfficeMaster OM5XT from officechairsusa.com which I am very happy with, although its definitely not for everyone. I also stole a Herman Miller from my old office for $200, but I found it uncomfortably tiny for my larger frame.
Went with https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0797HZ8W1/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 and loving it.
$30 over budget, but unless your proportions are really that different; this is the best chair under $600 I've seen.
I've heard nothing but good things about:
Could you point me to the OD coupon? Been thinking about the 9000.
Did you ever try out the staples dexley? https://www.staples.com/staples-dexley-mesh-task-chair-black-56946/product_24398921
I've also been thinking about this one too. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0797HZ8W1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_SD4kFbH908CJN
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 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
Is there a brand you can recommend on Amazon? All those in your imgur? What do you think about Duramont?
I have been using this since Oct, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0797HZ8W1/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o08_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
I'm 6'1" 270. Its really comfortable.
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.