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daniellThu Dec-28-17 06:57 PM
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"Computer Chair Recommendation"


          

My wife needs a new computer chair. She sits at her computer for long periods of time. I would appreciate a recommendation.

Thanks in advance

  

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flmcgFri Dec-29-17 01:57 PM
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#1. "RE: Computer Chair Recommendation"
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For about ten years I have used a Herman Miller Aeron Chair. Expensive but VERY good. You have to try one on for size (3 sizes; Small, Medium, and Large; I have the large one). Highly recommended.

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GreyFalconFri Dec-29-17 04:44 PM
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For the price you can't beat these chairs. Very comfortable but you will want to get extra arm padding the arms are not adjustable. https://www.amazon.com/Giantex-Gaming-Racing-Executive-Computer/dp/B06XJR12L6/ref=sr_1_12?ie=UTF8&qid=1514565323&sr=8-12&keywords=gaming+chair After paying over $375.00 for my last chair the one I got was a very pleasant surprise. Assembly is required.

  

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daniellSat Dec-30-17 01:18 PM
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#3. "RE: Computer Chair Recommendation"
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Sat Dec-30-17 01:21 PM by daniell

          

I bought this chair. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B012Y0XN9S/_encoding=UTF8?coliid=IOL6BR33HFT6S&colid=DZPQ82RHPHWE&psc=0

It was more than $100 cheaper at Office Depot. In addition, they offered a 20 percent coupon. My wife needs a good chair. She is on her computer all day. For me, all I want to do is for the Winter to end, get back on my bicycle, and enjoy my repaired heart.

  

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PriscillaMon May-07-18 01:10 AM
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#4. "RE: Computer Chair Recommendation"
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I have to second the Herman Miller Aeron Chair. Almost 2 years ago, I began working from home and I had a cheap(er) $200 chair. I have never had back problems before and I began having back and leg problems sitting in it all day.

I thought that I would spend around $500. There were many reviews in all of the chairs in that range that said they were good, but they weren't a Herman Miller.

After the sticker shock wore off, I tried one out and I wasn't impressed to be honest. I got one anyway, with lumbar support, because I have never seen a bad review.

Within days, my back and legs stopped hurting. There has not been a day of pain since I got the Herman Miller. It is sooo worth the price.

  

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