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- Great for the office worker or freelancer
- Most comfortable chair in the world
- Comes with an extensive list of ergonomic features
- Well made and lasts for many years
- A lot of settings
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Best chair EVER!
I needed a good office chair at home now that I'm working remotely. This is by far the best chair I've owned. So many adjustment points to make it just right for me. Sturdy for heavier people. The easiest chair I've assembled too since the seat and back are already assembled. It arrived via freight ...
Nightingale CXO 6200D Ergonomic Chair Review
Available in more than 10 colors, leather and fabric, and backed by a lifetime limited warranty the CXO 6200D will be the best tool in your work toolbox as well as a great ally to let go some steam on your computer! CXO 6200D Ergonomic ChairNightingale Corp. Flagship product of the company, it includes more than 10 adjustments, uses dense memory foam and integrates many great ideas to make your experience a comfortable and ergonomic one!
Seeing as we're on the subject of office chairs, the one and only, often imitated but never duplicated, Herman Miller Aeron.
I didn't find this comfortable for my particular frame - my go to office chair at work is the Nightingale CXO and at home I have a Neutral Posture 8000. Both of them have lasted a LONG* time.
Needs an office chair recommendations
The most comfortable office chairs I have ever used are the Nightingale CXO and the Neutral Posture chairs. I use a Nightingale at work and Neutral Posture at home. If I had to choose between the two, I would say the Nightingale is by far the best for posture and eliminating lower back pain. It also has a fantastically cushy seat.
Ergonomic Chair Review: The Nightingale CXO 6200 Mesh Chair
But while the Nightingale CXO Chair costs about the same as the Humanscale Freedom Chair, many people find the CXO may be significantly more comfortable.A mesh chair with excellent lumbar support is a rare combination.
For instance I like to sit on my leg occasionally and the seat depth adjustment piece digs in and sometimes on my thighs too. I wanted to like this once because it's so cool looking, but looks are not a great reason to keep a $1600 chair. So I'm thinking to try a Gesture next, but are there other recommendations? A while back someone mentioned the Nightingale CXO, but they do not have free returns and that's a deal breaker for such an expensive investment.
Nightingale CXO Ergonomic Chair
The most comfortable chair in the world. Period. The Nightingale CXO Ergomonic Chair comes with an extensive list of ergonomic features. A refreshingly cool look that will enhance any office environment. Stocked in Black mystic fabric. Also available in 8 other mystic colours. Ask your Furniture Specialist for more details.More Info$1,099
-Nightingale CXO 6200D ($400 + 125 for new headrest). I was thinking Aeron was pretty steeped for used and is out of the budget I had set. I’m also concerned about buying the others used, without any warranty. I’m worried about it being able to have any meaningful time with the chair, and all are final sales, with no warranty or return.