Improve Productivity and Comfort in the Workplace with these Best Office Chairs

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If you work through the typical 9-5 grind, your office chair evokes a much stronger physical and emotional attachment than almost any other piece of furniture. Having one of the best office chairs isn’t just a choice, it’s essential for comfort and productivity at work.

Some office dwellers even spend more time in their chair at work than their own bed at home. Those long, dragging days in the office are only made worse with an uncomfortable and impractical sitting environment, only furthering the importance of functionality over exquisiteness.

There are also health benefits that come along with having ergonomic chairs in the workplace, such as promoting good posture, reducing the risk of back and neck problems, and most importantly, making work that much easier to get through.

According to Humantec, an ergonomics consulting firm, an ideal fitting chair has adjustable lumbar support and your feet are planted on the floor with your thighs parallel to the floor and your knees at a 90-degree angle. They also advise looking into chairs that feature seat-pan depth adjustments, which will only further support and comfort.

Without further adieu, let’s delve into some of the best office chair options out there, whether it be on sale, cost-effective, or costly–no holds barred here when it comes to price.

Because, after all, at the end of the day, can you really put a price on spinal comfort?

Studio ii Chair $199

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If you’re looking for something pretty cheap, yet unique, comfortable, and durable, look no further than this bungee-style office chair. The bungee offers strong, cushioned support amongst its all-black frame. With a five-caster swivel and sufficient comfort, this chair is a practical hit in any office setting.

Acuity Chair by Allsteel $400

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Madison Seating is offering a huge sale on one of Allsteel’s best creations, the Acuity chair (originally $876). This stunning, yet practical chair not only boasts a sleek design for a workplace that wants some flare, but it naturally modifies supports based on pressure and weight distribution. With exceptional comfort and a great deal, there’s no question why Allsteel is on the list of best office chairs.

(Note: This is only listed at this price during their Spring Sale)

Ergo Elite Desk Chair by Eurotech Seating $663

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Eurotech Seating crosses off damn near every box on requirements for a high-quality chair: tilt tension control, adjustable lumbar support, angle, and height, as well as seat depth and arm width control. Don’t let the terms steer you away, though; all they mean is you’ll have more comfort control.

GM Seating Ergolux Chair $704

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Made with genuine leather, the Ergolux chair is a true eye-catcher and practical office companion. With features such as an adjustable lumbar support and height, this chair is one of our favorites in the best office chairs bunch because of it’s versatility in making the workplace more comfortable and stress-free.

Think by Steelcase Inc. $804

Think Steelcase Chair

Steelcase Inc. offers an intuitive office chair that sense exactly what you need depending on your position. The chair’s built in lumbar allows for additional dialed in back support and a 4-way adjustment for your armrests. Not only has Steelcase supplied us with a smart chair with ample support, Think can be disassembled in 5 minutes with common household tools, making for a sustainable recycling at the end of its use.

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