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bc5c4919cf1bd0a98d8c4816a 07-10-2020 05:54 PM

Guys, you know how ErgoTune has a wheel of fortune thing on their website? I think it might be misleading in that the only possible prizes are $25 off:

- 25WHEEL-LUHU
- 25WHEEL-PPVZ
- 25WHEEL-QYUZ

I looked into the code inside appsolve . io/assets/js/bundle.js?v=1601889178&shop=ergotune.myshopify.com and I see there's this enum:

Code:

                    if (
                      ((t.data = {
                        1: {
                          type: 'losing',
                          text: 'Free ErgoTune',
                          coupon: '20OFF',
                        },
                        2: {
                          type: 'coupon',
                          text: '$25 Off',
                          coupon: '25WHEEL-QYUZ',
                        },
                        3: {
                          type: 'losing',
                          text: '$140 Off',
                          coupon: '70OFF',
                        },
                        4: {
                          type: 'losing',
                          text: 'Free ErgoTune',
                          coupon: '',
                        },
                        5: { type: 'losing', text: '$80 Off', coupon: '50OFF' },
                        6: {
                          type: 'losing',
                          text: 'Free ErgoTune',
                          coupon: '',
                        },
                        7: {
                          type: 'coupon',
                          text: '$25 Off',
                          coupon: '25WHEEL-LUHU',
                        },
                        8: {
                          type: 'losing',
                          text: 'Free ErgoTune',
                          coupon: '',
                        },
                        9: {
                          type: 'losing',
                          text: '$220 Off',
                          coupon: '10OFF',
                        },
                        10: {
                          type: 'losing',
                          text: 'Free ErgoTune',
                          coupon: '',
                        },
                        11: {
                          type: 'coupon',
                          text: '$25 Off',
                          coupon: '25WHEEL-PPVZ',
                        },
                        12: { type: 'losing', text: '$180 Off', coupon: '' },
                      }),
                      qt.each(t.data, function (t, e) {
                        'coupon' === e.type && u.push(t);
                      }),
                      (e.data = u[c.X17.W10.A0(0, u.length - 1)]),
                      void 0 === e.data)
                    )
                      return;


As you can see, only type of 'coupon' is pushed to the array u.
function A0 is the one to choose the random index from array u and store it into e.data:


Code:

            (t.prototype.A0 = function (t, e) {
              return Math.floor(Math.random() * (e - t + 1) + t);
            }),

I followed the trail and in the end the e.data is used to determine the rotation of the wheel and also the text of congratulations message.

When you submit your email, the only network call is to appsolve . io/api/store-captured-email.


I might be wrong but it sure feels suspicious

Chevalier 07-10-2020 05:58 PM

This thread moves so fast Iím having a hard time catching up.

If Iím in the market for a full mesh chair $60Ē or less, what you guys suggest? I enjoyed the aeron but itís obviously out of my price bracket

Columbian78 07-10-2020 06:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by weekaykee (Post 130140207)
You should still be able to get a price close to the promotion price.

Just ordered 2 Ferns. I am getting the following specs for $978 each. Full options for the Fern (Task Chair) with plastic base.

Features
● Arms: 4D
● Control Body: Back Lock and Forward Tilt
● Base: Plastic Standard - TR00F Black
● Casters: Soft
● Upholstery: Fabric Grade A - Focus
● Lumbar: Height Adjustable
● Back rest: Mesh - MB0MU Mulch
● Frame/ Arm Cap: TR00F Black
● Back Upright: TR00F Black
● Seat: Sliding
● Headrest: No


Mine eta Nov, $1258 incl delivery and gst.
I think main diff from yours is I have headrest (a must for me), metallic base and no 4d arms. I felt the 4d arms were very "loose", I only really need to adjust height.

Features
● Executive chair - headrest
● Arm type: Height adjustable arms
● Lumbar: Height Adjustable lumbar
● Control body: Back stop & Forward Tilt
● Seat type: Sliding seat
● Five-star base type: Aluminum standard base - Metallic silver
● Caster: Soft caster
● Grade of seat upholstery: Fabric grade A xxx
● Mesh back: xxx
● Back upright: TR007 Fog
● Base/frame color: TR007 Fog

batniss 07-10-2020 08:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bc5c4919cf1bd0a98d8c4816a (Post 130143795)
Guys, you know how ErgoTune has a wheel of fortune thing on their website? I think it might be misleading in that the only possible prizes are $25 off:

- 25WHEEL-LUHU
- 25WHEEL-PPVZ
- 25WHEEL-QYUZ

I looked into the code inside appsolve . io/assets/js/bundle.js?v=1601889178&shop=ergotune.myshopify.com and I see there's this enum:

Code:

                    if (
                      ((t.data = {
                        1: {
                          type: 'losing',
                          text: 'Free ErgoTune',
                          coupon: '20OFF',
                        },
                        2: {
                          type: 'coupon',
                          text: '$25 Off',
                          coupon: '25WHEEL-QYUZ',
                        },
                        3: {
                          type: 'losing',
                          text: '$140 Off',
                          coupon: '70OFF',
                        },
                        4: {
                          type: 'losing',
                          text: 'Free ErgoTune',
                          coupon: '',
                        },
                        5: { type: 'losing', text: '$80 Off', coupon: '50OFF' },
                        6: {
                          type: 'losing',
                          text: 'Free ErgoTune',
                          coupon: '',
                        },
                        7: {
                          type: 'coupon',
                          text: '$25 Off',
                          coupon: '25WHEEL-LUHU',
                        },
                        8: {
                          type: 'losing',
                          text: 'Free ErgoTune',
                          coupon: '',
                        },
                        9: {
                          type: 'losing',
                          text: '$220 Off',
                          coupon: '10OFF',
                        },
                        10: {
                          type: 'losing',
                          text: 'Free ErgoTune',
                          coupon: '',
                        },
                        11: {
                          type: 'coupon',
                          text: '$25 Off',
                          coupon: '25WHEEL-PPVZ',
                        },
                        12: { type: 'losing', text: '$180 Off', coupon: '' },
                      }),
                      qt.each(t.data, function (t, e) {
                        'coupon' === e.type && u.push(t);
                      }),
                      (e.data = u[c.X17.W10.A0(0, u.length - 1)]),
                      void 0 === e.data)
                    )
                      return;


As you can see, only type of 'coupon' is pushed to the array u.
function A0 is the one to choose the random index from array u and store it into e.data:


Code:

            (t.prototype.A0 = function (t, e) {
              return Math.floor(Math.random() * (e - t + 1) + t);
            }),

I followed the trail and in the end the e.data is used to determine the rotation of the wheel and also the text of congratulations message.

When you submit your email, the only network call is to appsolve . io/api/store-captured-email.


I might be wrong but it sure feels suspicious

respect for taking the effort on this.

VacheronLim 07-10-2020 10:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bladez87 (Post 130141156)
ergohuman only available at atwood? a little difficult to go trial their chairs since i am at the west and they only open on weekdays Zzz

i am very surprised nobody else tried benel here, since it is located so close to ergotune.

Try Ergo Supplies, weekend viewing is possible (by appointment)

bladez87 07-10-2020 11:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by VacheronLim (Post 130148275)
Try Ergo Supplies, weekend viewing is possible (by appointment)

Ergo supplies is the carousell?

Sent from Xiaomi POCO F2 PRO using GAGT

Godeau 07-10-2020 11:52 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chevalier (Post 130143848)
This thread moves so fast Iím having a hard time catching up.

If Iím in the market for a full mesh chair $60Ē or less, what you guys suggest? I enjoyed the aeron but itís obviously out of my price bracket

60 or 600? Tbh, if it's $60, to find a full mesh of seatable quality is even hard to find in the 2nd hand market..

tc4237 08-10-2020 06:53 AM

60, is impossible.
600, looks like ergotune and aeria.

Hoshisora 08-10-2020 09:13 AM

https://www.umdlife.com/collections/...esh-chair-a810

Anyone is a user of the UMD A810? Tried googling but yielded little results.
I can see that the degree of adjustability is close to zero for this but wondering how is the comfort for a budget full mesh.:s12:

kandinsky 08-10-2020 09:30 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Godeau (Post 130149456)
60 or 600? Tbh, if it's $60, to find a full mesh of seatable quality is even hard to find in the 2nd hand market..

The only $60 full mesh I can think of :s13:

$58 on shopee https://shopee.sg/PVC-String-Relax-C...757.6234776471

https://i.imgur.com/0Kj1qr7.png

Kop 08-10-2020 10:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hoshisora (Post 130151957)
https://www.umdlife.com/collections/...esh-chair-a810

Anyone is a user of the UMD A810? Tried googling but yielded little results.
I can see that the degree of adjustability is close to zero for this but wondering how is the comfort for a budget full mesh.:s12:

I bought this 2 weeks ago. You have to go to their showroom and sit on the chair to see if it fits you. I am 1.83m so the chair is quite a good fit.

Cons:The adjustment for neck support is not really flexible so need to make do. Reclining is fixed at 4 angels only
Pros: Price maybe?

There is another model Sihoo M57 @ $299, i find the seat size to small.

batniss 08-10-2020 10:51 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hoshisora (Post 130151957)
https://www.umdlife.com/collections/...esh-chair-a810

Anyone is a user of the UMD A810? Tried googling but yielded little results.
I can see that the degree of adjustability is close to zero for this but wondering how is the comfort for a budget full mesh.:s12:

have this myself. Decent chair but no where near Aeron. You must know what you pay for. Is still decent imo.

ksksksks 08-10-2020 11:09 AM

https://9to5toys.com/2020/10/07/herm...-gaming-chair/

https://i.imgur.com/ZJLKpg1.jpg

kandinsky 08-10-2020 11:12 AM

Was watching the US VP debates, noticed 3 aerons

https://i.imgur.com/V7d7BQR.jpg

weekaykee 08-10-2020 11:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Columbian78 (Post 130144331)
Mine eta Nov, $1258 incl delivery and gst.
I think main diff from yours is I have headrest (a must for me), metallic base and no 4d arms. I felt the 4d arms were very "loose", I only really need to adjust height.

Features
● Executive chair - headrest
● Arm type: Height adjustable arms
● Lumbar: Height Adjustable lumbar
● Control body: Back stop & Forward Tilt
● Seat type: Sliding seat
● Five-star base type: Aluminum standard base - Metallic silver
● Caster: Soft caster
● Grade of seat upholstery: Fabric grade A xxx
● Mesh back: xxx
● Back upright: TR007 Fog
● Base/frame color: TR007 Fog

Agree there is too much freeplay for the 4D arm but in my case, i went for it, since the 4D arm can shift backwards a bit, which will help since my table has drawers.

Aluminium base is useful if you subject the chair to some rough use , knocking into walls etc, as otherwise plastic base should last just as long.

Wanted to try the Fern chair with headrest but the showroom did not have any on display (with headrest). Not all headrests are useful , depends very much on design / positioning and the Fern back rest is quite high. Furthermore the sales staff told me that their 1.90m tall CEO present in the showroom was using a Fern without a headrest.

The headrest would have cost $140 extra.
The 4D arm around $40 more than a height adjustable arm.
The aluminium base around $100 more than a plastic base.

Haworth does not give you a breakdown of the price for each option. They will request for you to select the options / configuration for them to quote. I figured out the price of the above options based on the various configurations i asked them to quote for.

My quote of $978 includes delivery but before GST.


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