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SyraLeo 20-01-2017 01:48 PM

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Originally Posted by tigerwoods (Post 105553574)

I have the same chair as you, does your back hurt after a while? That tiny strap that "supports" the back is causing me pain.

After a while I got used to it but i think it still causes discomfort, i cant bend slightly forward while chopping stuff in the kitchen for 5 mins before my back starts to ache. Never had this issue before.

tigerwoods 20-01-2017 03:49 PM

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Originally Posted by SyraLeo (Post 105908222)
I have the same chair as you, does your back hurt after a while? That tiny strap that "supports" the back is causing me pain.

After a while I got used to it but i think it still causes discomfort, i cant bend slightly forward while chopping stuff in the kitchen for 5 mins before my back starts to ache. Never had this issue before.

being sitting on it for 4 years, no back problem, do some stretching if sitting for too long.

technoglitz87 22-01-2017 11:19 AM

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Originally Posted by FlushX (Post 105862304)
Better to buy from official resellers like Xtreme Solutions and DXRacer.sg

Can also consider the noblechairs. Currently at $399 for PU Leather on lazada.

How are the noble chairs compared to say throne v2? Looking for one as well.

Heard reviews say the chair when fully brought back up is too straight for users to sit properly

bratpig 22-01-2017 11:49 AM

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Originally Posted by technoglitz87 (Post 105939278)
How are the noble chairs compared to say throne v2? Looking for one as well.

Heard reviews say the chair when fully brought back up is too straight for users to sit properly

I got the noble chair.

Compared to the V2, I feel that the built quality is better. Just a feel. Fanboys please stay away

technoglitz87 22-01-2017 11:57 AM

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Originally Posted by bratpig (Post 105939707)
I got the noble chair.

Compared to the V2, I feel that the built quality is better. Just a feel. Fanboys please stay away

Aight it does look a bit different tho, now only 375 after discount..might get the SK gaming version

Xanthyon 24-01-2017 10:38 PM

Anyone bought the Inkagu full mesh office chairs? (M08/M57/T02)

Any good after long term usage? Feel like going down to IMM to try. :o

Toxicblackout 24-01-2017 11:01 PM

My computer chair that I using now from IKEA bought in 1998, I was 4 at the time :s13::s22:

wildrain 04-02-2017 08:50 PM

V-Hive has some korean chairs with kidney shaped back support....could not find any mention of it in this long thread....that tells me it might not be any good

anyone tried those?

gld998 05-02-2017 05:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Swordsman (Post 105826786)

chair cost 50plus. Shipping cost less the 15. I bough 2. Going to buy another 2. Its good. Use ezbuy prime. :D
https://ezbuy.sg/Product/Detail?url=...843508477&src=
I bought another cushion for more comfort,

and arm rest to hold my mouse to put on chair and its another $25. :s22:

Example :-

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com...f956e91dd3.jpg

https://ezbuy.sg/Product/Detail?url=....0.0&src=10005
its a must to have this. u can sit straight.
Replace the wrist rest with this. The original ones wil cui within weeks and go into pieces.
http://www.dhresource.com/260x260s/f...st-support.jpg
Anyone here know any other keyboard holder that fix on chair armrest?
I am current holding my logitech k810 on my palm whil typing n very hard to game

gld998 05-02-2017 06:32 AM

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Originally Posted by SyraLeo (Post 105908222)
I have the same chair as you, does your back hurt after a while? That tiny strap that "supports" the back is causing me pain.

After a while I got used to it but i think it still causes discomfort, i cant bend slightly forward while chopping stuff in the kitchen for 5 mins before my back starts to ache. Never had this issue before.

Buy cushion... the 50cmx 50cm. go Ikea hoot. All chairs are similar. The small gap is because of body shape and not the chair shape.

testerjp 05-02-2017 12:32 PM

Spoke to my ortho, he told me that there's a rising trend of back issues like slipped discs and back aches associated with "ergonomic" chairs that pushed the lumbar to unnatural position too much.

diediex 05-02-2017 09:07 PM

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Originally Posted by tigerwoods (Post 105553574)

I have been sittin the exact same chair for 4 years + lol. Nvr thought other ppl are using the same random chair as well :s13:

diediex 05-02-2017 09:10 PM

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Originally Posted by SyraLeo (Post 105908222)
I have the same chair as you, does your back hurt after a while? That tiny strap that "supports" the back is causing me pain.

After a while I got used to it but i think it still causes discomfort, i cant bend slightly forward while chopping stuff in the kitchen for 5 mins before my back starts to ache. Never had this issue before.

I remember that thing causing some discomfort initially.. but after many years the "strap" becomes less taut and is pretty comfortable now

currypig 06-02-2017 09:34 PM

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Originally Posted by testerjp (Post 106198022)
Spoke to my ortho, he told me that there's a rising trend of back issues like slipped discs and back aches associated with "ergonomic" chairs that pushed the lumbar to unnatural position too much.

did ur ortho recommend any ?

rabien 07-02-2017 08:14 PM

Anyone who has the inkagu office chair feels that it's extremely short?


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