Topic in the title, but essentially, I don't understand why office seats don't have lasting cushioning for their stated warranty periods.
Currently, 9 months on the latest ergonomic officeworks chair rated for 180kg with 8 years warranty weighing 105kg. Just about feeling the hard plywood touching base at this point.
I'm keen to hear your reasons, at this point i can only speculate that:
My mistake was buying from officeworks.
All chairs are made for 70kg humans no matter what.
I need to buy a chair rated double regardless of not coming close to the current rating.
It's normal, deal with it.
Not sure what's up, unless I have to find seats the don't use cushions like this one to not have a hard wood base?
So what's a dude gotta do to get a seat that won't give my tailbone pain by sitting up because the seat foam's giving way to the hard plywood bottom way faster than the warranty period?
I'm open to hearing recommendations for chairs too btw, no matter if it's just chairs with big cushions or special experimental anti-gravity magnetic suspension chairs lol. ideally.