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Herman miller chairs. While I dont know alot about chairs, if you truely want the best this should be your go to.
ok im sorry I read your post and saw the 400 dollar limit, my bad :( Someone more experienced will have to help you.
This is definitely the case. I often see estate sales where you can spot a high end item in pictures. To the owners it's "some office chair".. if you show up when it opens you can wheel it away at whatever price (often low) they might have it at. Where as if you call them they might give you a price but they'll definitely take time to look up why people are interested in it. In my case it turns out it's a Herman Miller Aeron that they didn't realize what it was until everyone called them and they started googling for the words they found on the chair.
Wherever this is, they have more money in spare chairs than I do in my bank account. I'd recognize a Herman Miller Aeron anywhere.
PS: Anyone know where I can buy one used, because I ain't got $1000.
A good office chair is like $1000 though.
> used aeron chairs go for 800$ canadian from any retailer, source amazon [link]
What's your budget?
The best chair I've sat on was the Aeron chair by Herman Miller. These were a chair provided to me by my employer in the office. This is an ergonomic chair that focuses on back health and has a mesh construction to avoid sticking and allows for better breathing. This is around $1,000, unfortunately.
I own a Aeron alternative that I'm sitting on that is a pretty good alternative. It's closer to $400, but it's an office max exclusive chair called the WorkPro Quantum. Has most of the ergonomic features the Aeron does.
Depending on how much you want to spend the expensive Herman Miller Aeron gets lots of love and there is the Ikea Markus that folks also seem to like for a lot less. The Markus has a solid seat however I don't know if the mesh back would be enough to cool you off though.
I would like to future proof the insides for another good 5 years, and budget isn't really a concern.
I don't want something that will cost 1k per part, but I don't mind spending big bucks if I know the part is worth it.
I don't foresee that I will need to buy every single thing as I can re-use some parts of my old build, such as case, all peripherals and PSU
Herman Miller Aeron
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You don't need more than a 750 Ti to play PC games at more than 30 FPS and you don't need more than 4GB of ram to install Steam.
But you pay more because you want nicer stuff.
This is probably the worst sub Reddit to be on if you think that nice things aren't worth the money. And the DX Racer isn't even that expensive. My boss has an Aeron. And a lot of people have that chair.
So really, the DX Racer is actually a bargain if you're someone who actually spends money on the thing they sit on for a percentage of your LIFE during a given year.