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PC Chair Recommendation

Looking for a chair to use with my PC,at the moment using some cheap Ikea one that i payed 60 euros.(if you want to recommend Ikea Markus i already tryed it and its bad).

Anyway i am 210lbs / 95Kg, 6ft / 183cm tall and looking for something with soft comfortable.

There are bunch of chair's from gaming ones to office ones,and prices from 80e to 2k euros.

I am not looking to give 1k for a chair no matter how good it is,my realistic budget is about 200-300 euros.

I am located in Europe,Austria

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I'd advise for a comfortable office chair around 300EUR, I use one since 3 years with remote work 

For example this (in France but surely you can get samey ones) https://www.chaisepro.fr/fauteuil-de-bureau-naila-dossier-haut-grand-rembourrage-revêtement-en-cuir-blanc.html

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6 minutes ago, PDifolco said:

I'd advise for a comfortable office chair around 300EUR, I use one since 3 years with remote work 

For example this (in France but surely you can get samey ones) https://www.chaisepro.fr/fauteuil-de-bureau-naila-dossier-haut-grand-rembourrage-revêtement-en-cuir-blanc.html

tnx i tried similiar in person,they look almost indetical but the one i tried was 150 euro and it wasnt bad.Sadly not many office or in general shop that sell different chair.

Most of furniture store have the same stuff and pretty expensive and 2 shop that sells office stuff are way overpriced like terrible prices

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1 hour ago, AzzaNezz said:

Looking for a chair to use with my PC,at the moment using some cheap Ikea one that i payed 60 euros.(if you want to recommend Ikea Markus i already tryed it and its bad).

Anyway i am 210lbs / 95Kg, 6ft / 183cm tall and looking for something with soft comfortable.

There are bunch of chair's from gaming ones to office ones,and prices from 80e to 2k euros.

I am not looking to give 1k for a chair no matter how good it is,my realistic budget is about 200-300 euros.

I am located in Europe,Austria

I know you said not 1k but razer has the most bad ass, carbon, leather, and alcantara. It's called Enki pro, they have koenigsegg edition too. Their lower end chairs look pretty cushiony and is in your price range, also obviously secrete labs (LTT Sponsor). Personally I've been using a noble chair for a couple years and its pretty comfortable. Also logitech apparently makes some more ergo chairs that should be in your ball park as well. 

💌Your "Your "PC master race" thing is cringe." thing is really cringe.💌

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Do you have average bodytype when it comes to length of back and legs? Also whats your preference on adjustments? Like do you need to tweak seat angle, fine tune arm rests etc.?

 

Chair, like mice, are those things I wouldn't buy without trying first. It has huge impact after all. I'm about your size, bit fatter. I have been looking for chair, and have been testing them from local furniture and electronics stores. From all I've tested, only Noblechairs Evo, and local office chair brand Toplux have been to my liking. I currently have office chair from local brand Isku. This one was €800 used, but has been with me over 15 years. The issue with most chairs is that they just don't go up enough. And sitting legs bend too much starts to hurt long term. Also I'm so used to not have anything pressing against my shoulders that any chair with raised edges for backrest is nope.

 

From those two good options, Noblechair doesn't have ability to control angle of seat, just backrest. As result, its bit too high for my liking while otherwise being OK (test model was synthetic leather which would not be my choice). The Toplux was closer to current with almost all settings being there. But it had obnoxious armrests both in design and material. So Noblechairs is maybe at the moment. But I'm also working with much higher budget than you so I booked appointment to specialist. Which is probably only way I can get to those chairs that are meant for businesses.

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2 hours ago, Bi0 said:

I know you said not 1k but razer has the most bad ass, carbon, leather, and alcantara. It's called Enki pro, they have koenigsegg edition too. Their lower end chairs look pretty cushiony and is in your price range, also obviously secrete labs (LTT Sponsor). Personally I've been using a noble chair for a couple years and its pretty comfortable. Also logitech apparently makes some more ergo chairs that should be in your ball park as well. 

Looks arent important to me,comfort and ergonomic are only thing that matters.Il go to  electronic shop on sunday and try couple of ''gaming'' they have there.

Logitech only one i see makes 1 chair with hermann miller and its 1.5k so thats 5x my budget.Secret Labs evo 2022 is really interesting to me but 500 on a chair is a bit to much for my pocket.

44 minutes ago, LogicalDrm said:

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Do you have average bodytype when it comes to length of back and legs? Also whats your preference on adjustments? Like do you need to tweak seat angle, fine tune arm rests etc.?

 

Chair, like mice, are those things I wouldn't buy without trying first. It has huge impact after all. I'm about your size, bit fatter. I have been looking for chair, and have been testing them from local furniture and electronics stores. From all I've tested, only Noblechairs Evo, and local office chair brand Toplux have been to my liking. I currently have office chair from local brand Isku. This one was €800 used, but has been with me over 15 years. The issue with most chairs is that they just don't go up enough. And sitting legs bend too much starts to hurt long term. Also I'm so used to not have anything pressing against my shoulders that any chair with raised edges for backrest is nope.

 

From those two good options, Noblechair doesn't have ability to control angle of seat, just backrest. As result, its bit too high for my liking while otherwise being OK (test model was synthetic leather which would not be my choice). The Toplux was closer to current with almost all settings being there. But it had obnoxious armrests both in design and material. So Noblechairs is maybe at the moment. But I'm also working with much higher budget than you so I booked appointment to specialist. Which is probably only way I can get to those chairs that are meant for businesses.

I usually rest half of my arms on the table and i removed arm rest from this chair(they were awfull) so arm rest's arent that important except that there isnt some bad material that would make my arm sweat due to it.

I usually sit straight with chair locked only when i watch videos i unlock the chair on lean a bit.

Its hard to try things here where i am,cause there isnt that much choice in 80km /50 mile radius.

And the office supply shop that specialise in this kind of stuff have overpriced stuff,i tryed couple of 300-400 range mesh chairs and comfort was almost same as this one from ikea that i payed 60 euros.

I use this PC for gaming and browsing,and thats about all together 3-6 hours a week,so its kinda hard to find a reason to throw 1k on a chair,if i did something for a work on this PC then yea i would go up to 2k for a chair.

So far i saw HP omen citadel,350 euros,1.3k reviews on Amazon and lots of people say its really good and comfy,i am going saturday to shop to try it.

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2 minutes ago, AzzaNezz said:

Looks arent important to me,comfort and ergonomic are only thing that matters.Il go to  electronic shop on sunday and try couple of ''gaming'' they have there.

Logitech only one i see makes 1 chair with hermann miller and its 1.5k so thats 5x my budget.Secret Labs evo 2022 is really interesting to me but 500 on a chair is a bit to much for my pocket.

I usually rest half of my arms on the table and i removed arm rest from this chair(they were awfull) so arm rest's arent that important except that there isnt some bad material that would make my arm sweat due to it.

I usually sit straight with chair locked only when i watch videos i unlock the chair on lean a bit.

Its hard to try things here where i am,cause there isnt that much choice in 80km /50 mile radius.

And the office supply shop that specialise in this kind of stuff have overpriced stuff,i tryed couple of 300-400 range mesh chairs and comfort was almost same as this one from ikea that i payed 60 euros.

I use this PC for gaming and browsing,and thats about all together 3-6 hours a week,so its kinda hard to find a reason to throw 1k on a chair,if i did something for a work on this PC then yea i would go up to 2k for a chair.

So far i saw HP omen citadel,350 euros,1.3k reviews on Amazon and lots of people say its really good and comfy,i am going saturday to shop to try it.

Noblechairs might then be the one for you. They are bit over your budget though.

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1 hour ago, AzzaNezz said:

I looked on amazon and there is no EVO chair only different models https://www.amazon.de/stores/noblechairs/page/B125FA1C-7BC9-47EC-9284-2BCDC8F77489?ref_=ast_bln

which one is more like yours that you have?

Damn, I mixed Secret Labs Evo and Noblechairs Epic. Epic is the one I tested. And probably would bought if it had the extra lever.

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I would rather use my Purple Ultimate on a wood kitchen chair, than pretty much any gaming chair and a fair amount of office chairs.

 

https://purple.com/seat-cushions/ultimate

 

I'd get one of these to use on your existing chair--before trying to swap to something new.  Unless, of course, what you currently have has functionally broken parts/pieces.  If that is the case, make sure you pick features that are most important to you (eg. seat depth, armrest width, etc).

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14 hours ago, IPD said:

I would rather use my Purple Ultimate on a wood kitchen chair, than pretty much any gaming chair and a fair amount of office chairs.

 

https://purple.com/seat-cushions/ultimate

 

I'd get one of these to use on your existing chair--before trying to swap to something new.  Unless, of course, what you currently have has functionally broken parts/pieces.  If that is the case, make sure you pick features that are most important to you (eg. seat depth, armrest width, etc).

That actually great idea i never thought of that.I will probably buy something like that until i save more money and test more chairs so i can buy something better.

Tnx

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