Desktop Chair Roundup - Ergonomic Chair

Mikiberry

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Currently, I am looking for a really good and solid ergonomic chair, and basically spoilt by the choices we have in the market. Ideally I am trying to keep the budget below 2000ish, but am still open to choices. The choices I have in mind are as appended below:

[1] Herman Miller - Aeron - tested at xtra feels good but expensive at 1700 with full configurations
http://www.hermanmiller.com/products/seating/performance-work-chairs/aeron-chairs.html
hero_aeron_chair_3h.jpg


[2] Haworth Zody - dropped

[3] Okamura Contessa - need inputs to find and test
http://www.okamura.jp/en_eu/products/seating/contessa/index.html
http://www.okamura.jp/en_eu/products/seating/contessa/img/contessa_detail03.jpg[.img]

[4] Okamura Baron - dropped

[5] Ergohuman V2 - definitely feels better than Aeron at 600 bucks
[url]http://ergohuman.com/ergohuman-v2-chair-v200hrblk-high-back-with-black-frame-and-mesh/[/url]
[img]http://thehumansolutionblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/ergohuman-me7erg-review.jpg

Lai Lai, need help and recommendations to save my backside from the pain. All inputs are welcomed.
 
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Currently using this bought from the MO... below $300; also posted my comments.. i like this chair very much.. the seat space is big and best part is i dont get sweaty compared to the previous DXRacer.

http://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/m...-mesh-chair-gaming-office-use-3286498-53.html


i'm also using another Bungee chair from vhive , now @ $179 but without handrest... i dun recommend cos the bungee gets loose over time :(

http://vhive.com.sg/Userfiles/Cataloguedoc/823fb25a-7e31-48d1-82be-afe5b5112432.pdf
 

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Currently using this bought from the MO... below $300; also posted my comments.. i like this chair very much.. the seat space is big and best part is i dont get sweaty compared to the previous DXRacer.

http://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/m...-mesh-chair-gaming-office-use-3286498-53.html


i'm also using another Bungee chair from vhive , now @ $179 but without handrest... i dun recommend cos the bungee gets loose over time :(

http://vhive.com.sg/Userfiles/Cataloguedoc/823fb25a-7e31-48d1-82be-afe5b5112432.pdf

Mesh only lol - singapore cannot get normal cushion one. That yonquan one QC damn chui. I got one from few years back and the castors break like no tomorrow. I actually refunded it.
 

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Currently using this bought from the MO... below $300; also posted my comments.. i like this chair very much.. the seat space is big and best part is i dont get sweaty compared to the previous DXRacer.

http://forums.hardwarezone.com.sg/m...-mesh-chair-gaming-office-use-3286498-53.html


i'm also using another Bungee chair from vhive , now @ $179 but without handrest... i dun recommend cos the bungee gets loose over time :(

http://vhive.com.sg/Userfiles/Cataloguedoc/823fb25a-7e31-48d1-82be-afe5b5112432.pdf

I find that this chair very low. If only the maximum height is higher, then it would be more comfortable. The left arm rest gets loose very easily. Have already replaced the handle once. But now it's loose again. Think need to replace again..

Might be looking for new chair.
 

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The problem ish can it tahan bui bui like around 90kg+?
 

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I need proper lumbar support and head rest lol.

guess depends on which sitting posture u prefer... i prefer sitting straight and looking straight at monitor... :) GL looking for your dream chair :)
 

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Currently, I am looking for a really good and solid ergonomic chair, and basically spoilt by the choices we have in the market. Ideally I am trying to keep the budget below 2000ish, but am still open to choices. The choices I have in mind are as appended below:

[1] Herman Miller - Aeron - tested at xtra feels good but expensive at 1700 with full configurations
[2] HAworth Zody - Currently using in office but blehhh
[3] Okamura Contessa - need inputs to find and test
[4] Okamura Baron - need inputs to find and test
[5] Ergohuman V2 - definitely feels better than Aeron at 600 bucks

Lai Lai, need help and recommendations to save my backside from the pain. All inputs are welcomed.

Can let me know where to get ergohuman for 600 bucks? Thanks
 

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Full mesh chair

I got the following chair from QOO during the NDP sales, got $50 off.
So far so good, vhive is selling something similar but at around $700+
 

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unless you're constantly in an aircon room, I would suggest anything but leather
 

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Currently, I am looking for a really good and solid ergonomic chair, and basically spoilt by the choices we have in the market. Ideally I am trying to keep the budget below 2000ish, but am still open to choices. The choices I have in mind are as appended below:

[1] Herman Miller - Aeron - tested at xtra feels good but expensive at 1700 with full configurations
[2] HAworth Zody - Currently using in office but blehhh
[3] Okamura Contessa - need inputs to find and test
[4] Okamura Baron - need inputs to find and test
[5] Ergohuman V2 - definitely feels better than Aeron at 600 bucks

Lai Lai, need help and recommendations to save my backside from the pain. All inputs are welcomed.

HM Aeron with posture fit, been using for 1yr. Mesh very taut, not sagging. 100kg here.
 

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Huge mesh seat space complete with headrest, adjustable armrest and back support, on steel legs and frame.

Gotten it for under $200...
 
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[1] Herman Miller - Aeron - tested at xtra feels good but expensive at 1700 with full configurations
[5] Ergohuman V2 - definitely feels better than Aeron at 600 bucks

what do you mean by the aeron vs ergohuman v2 comparison? if price wasn't a factor, the ergohuman v2 still feels much better?
 

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what do you mean by the aeron vs ergohuman v2 comparison? if price wasn't a factor, the ergohuman v2 still feels much better?

Ergo feels better, love the lumbar support, but the legs doesn't look that sturdy.
Aeron has size c which is larger, but at 1.5k without good headrest and lumbar support is a turn off. Have yet to try contessa, but I have already contacted the agent for trials.
 

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sounds interesting.. will wait your updates..

are you big size? i actually would prefer a smaller sized chair (taking aeron as reference, size b) because my thighs not that long.. :s13::s13:
 

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sounds interesting.. will wait your updates..

are you big size? i actually would prefer a smaller sized chair (taking aeron as reference, size b) because my thighs not that long.. :s13::s13:

Then Ergohuman v2 would be good for u. To be fair I am suffering from the conundrum that the more expensive chair will be better lol. Well Aeron has 12 years warranty after all.
 
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