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Anyone have a recommendation for a comfortable computer chair for <$150?

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User Info: Star_Nuts

Star_Nuts
4 years ago#1
I want one I can sit in comfortably for hours at a time. I typically don't game for more than an hour or two but I don't want the reason I stop to be because of discomfort.
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User Info: Killah Priest

Killah Priest
4 years ago#2
buy a wheelchair pad and throw it on a foldout chair.
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User Info: Caspernomnom

Caspernomnom
4 years ago#3
any chair really just make sure its built sturdy and has plenty of cushions


Side note: Friend has a DXracer chair because he is a big car fan and thats by FAR the best chair to me anyway but kinda exspensive

User Info: ThePHiLsTeR

ThePHiLsTeR
4 years ago#4
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000Q5XTE8

Amazon so you can read reviews

But here is a slightly cheaper price

http://www.business-supply.com/p-61088-exec-high-back-swivel-chair-28-12x28-12x45-black.aspx?utm_le=true&id={adwords_producttargetid}&gclid=CJaXys7Bo7kCFdGd4Aod8nkA6w

I have this chair and the cushion is nice. The chair has many levers and adjustments you can make to it which is a plus. The chair is heavy and feels very strong (durable).
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User Info: GreenMage7

GreenMage7
4 years ago#5
Why don't you just go to Staples or something and sit in a bunch until you find one you like? Something I find comfortable may not be something you find comfortable.

User Info: Ikari Gendo

Ikari Gendo
4 years ago#6
GreenMage7 posted...
Why don't you just go to Staples or something and sit in a bunch until you find one you like? Something I find comfortable may not be something you find comfortable.


Yeah this. OfficeMax and similar have a lot of computer/office chairs and most for under $150 and usually easy assembly.
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User Info: Killah Priest

Killah Priest
4 years ago#7
In my experience with chairs the ones that are the most comfortable short term are the worst long term.

so you'd have to sit inside staples for a few hours at least to get a good judge of a chair.

still I went through years of study and I'm telling you the best bet is a wheelchair pad on a stiff chair.
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User Info: Dukaduka1k82

Dukaduka1k82
4 years ago#8
Buy a recliner.
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