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    If anyone knows any good ergonomic chairs from kogan plz lmk.

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      These are pretend ergonomic chairs that are no different to the swivel-back computer chairs you find at Ikea or any run-of-the-mil furniture stores.

      Real ergonomic chairs like the Herman Miller Aeron are $2,000 dollars or more.

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        I really don't want to make a trip just to check out a chair, is it safe to just buy one without actually trying Aeron?

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          That's a tough call.

          Yes, the Aeron has a legendary reputation and it's won numerous awards for its design and yes they're incredibly adjustable and customisable (you can add or remove headrests, armrests and other accessories), but when you're dropping two grand on a chair that you intend to be your main seat for 8 hours a day, I would still try it out first.

          I've used the Aerons at work for about 7 years now and while I definitely would say they're worth the money and built to last, I could see some people preferring slightly higher-back chairs over the Aerons, like the Cosm. The Aeron is firmly in the mid-back category and even with a headrest attachment, it may not suit people of all heights/sizes.

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            @Gnostikos: These use to be going for 1000 during sales… sad to see they have almost doubled in price and never really dropped since. I'd jump on one new for 1000

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        if it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, quacks like a duck… but it's cheaper… is it a duck???

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        Mine from Kogan was good value for the money.

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          Which one you got?

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    Any opinions on the Harvard/Stanford chairs?

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    Anyone have any experience with this?

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    I sell commercial office furniture business to business in Sydney. If you are logging office type hours in your chair we always recommend trying the chair before you buy. Admittedly that's not always possible but still very worthwhile. Not all chairs are created equal and if something is cheap then it is cheap for a reason. You get what you pay for.