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K|muRa^84 09-01-2019 08:34 PM

Thanks. It’s probably just me haha

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Originally Posted by Pyre (Post 118544721)
if you are getting pain in butt (literal), it may not be the chair but your posture and maybe sitting for long periods. especially if you feel 'lightning' in your legs when you get up or get up from bed or enter a prone position. u may want to consult a medical professional.


testerjp 09-01-2019 09:00 PM

Those China made chairs that promote as ergonomic may angulate your back to the wrong angles and permanently damage the discs in your spine instead. When I was at the worst stage of my slipped disc, i went around and test a lot. My back was an ergonomic detector.

Really ergo chairs are highly adjustable and the better ones should be able to do forward tilt. They are designed to also promote a lot of movement and blood circulation. It's not just having mesh alone = Ergonomic.
That's why those replicas only copy the design but never copy the real function and advantages of the best known ergonomic chairs.

Get those that can promise you at least 10 years warranty on the mechanism and gas cylinder, that should already cover back most of the ROI. Some local stupid joker company offer 10 years warranty on the solid metal frame only, don't be tricked.

Those lousy chairs won't promise you much warranty because they are poorly stress tested or using material that can't last.

One has only one spine, and anybody who had a slipped disc will know it's irreversible. Spine starts to degrade alot when you hit the 30s. Once you have a problem, your medical checkup, mri, etc, already easily cost $500+. In the end, the drs can only tell you that there's nothing much they can do.

If you don't want to spend much on the chair, then the best is you correct your own posture first. :(

Limexx 09-01-2019 11:27 PM

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Originally Posted by Swiftbladez (Post 118547557)
That's the same for many other brands :)

pls share with me hm Aeron on taobao at half price

Sent from HUAWEI CLT-L29 using GAGT

halocast 10-01-2019 06:21 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by testerjp (Post 118559422)
Those China made chairs that promote as ergonomic may angulate your back to the wrong angels and permanently damage the discs in your spine instead. When I was at the worst stage of my slipped disc, i went around and test a lot. My back was an ergonomic detector.

Really ergo chairs are highly adjustable and the better ones should be able to do forward tilt. They are designed to also promote a lot of movement and blood circulation. It's not just having mesh alone = Ergonomic.
That's why those replicas only copy the design but never copy the real function and advantages of the best known ergonomic chairs.

Get those that can promise you at least 10 years warranty on the mechanism and gas cylinder, that should already cover back most of the ROI. Some local stupid joker company offer 10 years warranty on the solid metal frame only, don't be tricked.

Those lousy chairs won't promise you much warranty because they are poorly stress tested or using material that can't last.

One has only one spine, and anybody who had a slipped disc will know it's irreversible. Spine starts to degrade alot when you hit the 30s. Once you have a problem, your medical checkup, mri, etc, already easily cost $500+. In the end, the drs can only tell you that there's nothing much they can do.

If you don't want to spend much on the chair, then the best is you correct your own posture first. :(

So what you recommend or using?

Swiftbladez 13-01-2019 04:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Limexx (Post 118562045)
pls share with me hm Aeron on taobao at half price

Sent from HUAWEI CLT-L29 using GAGT

That's what I'm saying haha, there are some things that Chinese OEMs cannot replicate.

Fallingrain 13-01-2019 05:45 PM

is there sea shipping service from the US? saw a chair on amazon but they don't ship to sg

vanilor 19-01-2019 12:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by testerjp (Post 118559422)
Those China made chairs that promote as ergonomic may angulate your back to the wrong angles and permanently damage the discs in your spine instead. When I was at the worst stage of my slipped disc, i went around and test a lot. My back was an ergonomic detector.

Really ergo chairs are highly adjustable and the better ones should be able to do forward tilt. They are designed to also promote a lot of movement and blood circulation. It's not just having mesh alone = Ergonomic.
That's why those replicas only copy the design but never copy the real function and advantages of the best known ergonomic chairs.

Get those that can promise you at least 10 years warranty on the mechanism and gas cylinder, that should already cover back most of the ROI. Some local stupid joker company offer 10 years warranty on the solid metal frame only, don't be tricked.

Those lousy chairs won't promise you much warranty because they are poorly stress tested or using material that can't last.

One has only one spine, and anybody who had a slipped disc will know it's irreversible. Spine starts to degrade alot when you hit the 30s. Once you have a problem, your medical checkup, mri, etc, already easily cost $500+. In the end, the drs can only tell you that there's nothing much they can do.

If you don't want to spend much on the chair, then the best is you correct your own posture first.
:(



Recommendations pls

XinSuiLe 04-02-2019 02:37 AM

any recommendations of mesh chairs for heavy weights above 100kg?

Swiftbladez 04-02-2019 11:06 AM

No budget then go for Herman Miller Aeron, Embody or Mirra.

HelloSensation 04-02-2019 02:16 PM

Any comments on the IKEA Flintan?

https://www.ikea.com/PIAimages/0473860_PE614790_S5.JPG

10 year guarantee with lumbar support for $79.

Elysium87 04-02-2019 03:53 PM

anyone using this?

https://www.lazada.sg/products/umd-e...8cb5tPbSg&mp=3

mike911 04-02-2019 04:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HelloSensation (Post 119006929)
Any comments on the IKEA Flintan?

[img]https://www.ikea.com/PIAimages/0473860_PE614790_S5.JPG[img]

10 year guarantee with lumbar support for $79.

best if you physically try it out. (at least sit for a good while, not 2-5mins.)
different body different needs.

mike911 04-02-2019 04:05 PM

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Originally Posted by Elysium87 (Post 119008589)

initially almost gotten the full mesh one.
Since i worry about sweating.
End up reading too much about "china" exploding gas pump. which... made me very worried.

Plus the meshed chairs (bottom/back) are abit on the stiffer side. (take note)

_DeS__ 04-02-2019 04:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HelloSensation (Post 119006929)
Any comments on the IKEA Flintan?

https://www.ikea.com/PIAimages/0473860_PE614790_S5.JPG

10 year guarantee with lumbar support for $79.

LOL , think 9 out of 10 won't give this chair a second look.

Most users need to look good to feel good, in hokkien we call it " ai siew mai mia " = "want looks don't want life "

Same like all the gamer's PC = Just give me i5 + gtx1060 but please allocate more budget to RGB

Elysium87 04-02-2019 04:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mike911 (Post 119008819)
initially almost gotten the full mesh one.
Since i worry about sweating.
End up reading too much about "china" exploding gas pump. which... made me very worried.

Plus the meshed chairs (bottom/back) are abit on the stiffer side. (take note)

so u gotten which one?


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