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25% off humanscale chairs

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Jul 19, 2006
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25% off humanscale chairs

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25%
I'm in the market for a good ergonomic mesh chair and saw these are 25% off. Does anyone know if this is a regular offer or if this is a good deal?

Appreciate any other suggestions for good ergonomic chairs as well. Thanks!
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Aug 26, 2004
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Toronto
If you don't mind buying used chairs, that's probably your best bet.
These types of chairs are easy to clean and brands like Herman Miller and Steelcase last a long time.
Also, companies go through a lot of them so there are lots of supply out there.
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Feb 23, 2014
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any similar deals on steelcase leap and gesture?
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demon1102 wrote:
Sep 22nd, 2018 3:11 pm
Over $1000 after discount for a chair is too expensive IMO. I bought my chair at bestbuy. Good value I think.
https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/category/o ... 32469.aspx
Huh wut? My workplace has hundreds of Herman Miller $1000+ chairs as people sit their ass on it the whole day, these chairs are worth every shekel. <$150 chairs are jokes compared to these. 25% is a terrific discount. Used mint condition chairs are also great deals as these are super easy to clean.
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Apr 29, 2018
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I picked up a Steelcase Leap V2 used for $400 and I feel it is the best purchase I have made in my life. Have a work from home job, so spend pretty much the whole day in it. No back pain, no nothing. It is mind blowing. We have Aerons at the office and they are great too.

I would say look at an auction site or used furniture shop. Mine was from Impact in Vancouver, found it on CL
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Jul 22, 2006
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Where do you see 25% off?
Freedom chair with headrest is the chair to get. This is the only chair that the headrest does not move with the back when you lean back. So your head is well supported. imho it's a much better design than aeron.
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I sat in herman miller aeon chair for 5 years..there are pieces of it that breaks apart. Ie. the foam under your seat. the lumbar slider, and the arms aren't as maneuverable as i'd like.

I have to say, I like Steelcase better.

Im not sure about human scale as i know this brand is up there also. My brother uses Humanscale and loves it as well.


btw look for office liquidations. i picked up steelcase chairs for 25$ lol
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Jul 19, 2006
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If you click into the product, it shows it at 25% off. I also saw that it was 25% off at Nirvana at bay/bloor as well. Not sure if it's better to go directly to humanscale or through nirvana
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foodaddict wrote:
Sep 22nd, 2018 4:29 pm
Where do you find office liquidations??
i'd like to know this too, looking to get a decent home office chair
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I'm now intrigued by steelcase. Anyone know where I can try them in store? ideally on a weekend close to downtown
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I picked up a used Steelcase Amia chair from a closing down office for cheap on CL in new condition. You see them regularly on CL, as well as Herman Miller and Humanscale. I'd rather go this route than a Staples / Bestbuy chair any day!
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Oct 12, 2013
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I own the herman Miller embody that I purchased new and I absolutely love it , before that my old ikea chair gave me constant back pain. No more back pain! I can sit the embody chair for hours with out a bother . Paid about 1300 and I don’t regret it one bit chair still looks like new
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