This was posted 8 months 1 day ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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ErgoDuke Ultra-Flex Ergonomic Low Back Office Chair $127.20 + Delivery (Free to Some Areas) @ Duke Living MyDeal


Free shipping + 20% off makes this a really good price


Adjustable armrests
Adjustable height & tilt
Silent castor wheels
Breathable & supportive mesh back
SGS BIFMA Certified
Detailed Specifications

Colour: White & grey
Materials: Mesh aluminium
Overall Dimensions: 73cm x 73cm x 96-106cm (WxDxH)
Overall Minimum Height: 96cm
Overall Maximum Height: 106cm
Seat Height: 32cm
Seat Back Height: 67cm
Maximum Weight Capacity: 120kg
Warranty: 3 year Duke Living Warranty (Included)

Past ozbargain ergoduke ultraflex deals
- $189 shipped, high back version Currently available for $193.20 mesh seat or $173.20 padded seat, see links below

My choice:
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closed Comments

  • +2

    Why did you select the padded seat over the mesh seat? Is it more comfortable?

    • +5

      They’re both comfortable but depends on the user, but I like to wear shorts and skirts and sit cross legged, dislike the feeling of mesh on my skin, so I would pick a padded seat over mesh. But mesh seats are more breathable which is great for summer.

      • +1

        Thanks for the info!

    • +5

      Padded for shared office areas, it holds the fart in, mesh lets it escape.

  • +1

    I want it but $80 shipping per unit to FNQ kills it.

    • My son has the high back mesh version - he's had it a couple of years. He's lightweight but the chair has been good - no signs of wear. I'm sure he'd recommend it. Even with shipping, it's better value than any of the chairs from officeworks such as the Pago chair I have which cost me more.

  • $50 shipping for me in QLD, have to pass on it.

    • Free shipping to Brisbane

  • +2

    i think i bought the version with the headrest for 200$ on mydeal in last Nov.
    it was bottom line uncomfortable…im 180cm 60kg… the top of the chair back is too narrow even for my skinny shoulder.
    the low back support doesnt exist.
    the base is nice and sturdy and wheels are very nice too.

    but for a total sub 140$ package, i think this might be worth it for somebody.

  • The price is decent, but I am really concerned about the low back support….

  • The style reminds me with that Herman Miller Aeron…
    Good find!

  • I have one of this chair from they last deal and found the lower back support lacking.

    I don't spend much time on the PC at home (may be a few hours on the weekend), but even after an hour or so, my lower back was aching.

    Was about to replace the chair, but I found a cheap solution by shoving a $10 cushion I got from Spotlight at the bottom, which make up for the back support. Now it don't get back aches from this chair anymore.

  • $34 shipping to Sydney metro for me, damn.

  • 70$ shipping to perth x_x

  • Good deal

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