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Any good deals on comfortable chairs?


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#1 InfiniteZr0

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Posted 02 March 2013 - 05:33 AM

My current chair is not treating my ass well at all and I'm gonna need a new one soon or I'm throwing this one off the balcony.
Anyone know of any good chairs for ~$100?

#2 JN25WIL

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Posted 02 March 2013 - 06:06 AM

We'll depends on what you're looking for. High-back, mid, low, doesn't matter? Mesh, leather, pleather (lol)...any kind of adjustment options etc? I say all this with the assumption that you're looking for an office/desk chair?

I've been looking for a new chair for my gf as of late and it's been tough to find something comfortable under $150 USD imo. Granted she will be sitting in it 6-8hours a day writing papers etc. I did find a mesh chair at Costco for $89 that was pretty comfortable for the money. It kept my back nice and straight/ergonomic for good posture which felt nice to me. I have to take her by to see if she agrees.

It's a mid-back so if you're tall it may or may not be comfortable for you. I couldn't use it myself as I like having neck & shoulder support since I'm over 6ft tall, but again this may not matter for you. Always worth a look if you have a local Costco in your area. Also Staples tends to have a pretty decent selection of chairs that you can sit in to try before you buy in case you haven't looked there yet.

Finding a good chair for less than $100 is a pretty tough challenge. Good luck.

Gray version
http://www.costco.com/.product.100021419.html?cm_sp=RichRelevance-_-itempageVerticalRight-_-CategorySiloedViewCP&cm_vc=itempageVerticalRight|CategorySiloedViewCP

Black Version
http://www.costco.com/Office-Impressions-4817-EIkon-Series-Mesh-Task-Chair-Black.product.100021428.html
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#3 InfiniteZr0

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Posted 02 March 2013 - 06:07 AM

I don't really mind. As long as it has a lot of support for a bony ass
But yeah. If need be, I could go up to $150
Thanks for the suggestion tho