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TP9000 - Tempurpedic Mid Back Task Chair $269.99

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[Costco] TP9000 - Tempurpedic Mid Back Task Chair $269.99

New to Costco site and judging from the pics showing the screws in the back of the chair this is the TP9000 model: https://www.costco.ca/tempurpedic-mid-b ... 60020.html

It goes for $416.99 on stooples site: https://www.staples.ca/products/783341- ... r-burgundy

It seems to have good reviews.
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Are these actually good quality chairs? Or just some craptacular chair that someone licenced the Tempur-Pedic name and slapped the logo on to?

Reviews seem okay...
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I have this similar chair from 2016 (TP8000) that I use daily in my office and it's fantastic. High quality memory foam cushion that doesn't flatten out after 6-12 months like many of my other cheaper costco/staples office chairs would. The fabric material is very robust and doesn't get dirty easily and doesn't fray. I have a skinny butt, so I like my cushioned office (and kitchen) chairs. I found this chair much more comfy on my butt/upper legs than the Staples Hyken Mesh chair that lots of folks seem to love.

Back mesh has decent support and airy. Only wish it was a bit higher back for those quick little afternoon naps :) Wheels are smooth and sturdy as well, seat has good adjustments. I use it without the arm rests.

I bought mine way back in 2016 from Staples when it was only $267 minus $20 coupon. So at least the prices hasn't jumped up since then (compared to the current costco price).

As a reference, my home office chair is a higher end Steelcase Amia chair which is 3x the price of this Tempurpedic chair. No real comparison as the Amia is much more comfy and adjustable. But without spending an arm/leg on a office chair, this Tempurpedic is a excellent quality chair.
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This is probably the comfiest and most durable chair i've own so far in the Sub 300$ bracket, i can't remember since when i own this chair but at least 5+ year, i spend alot of time in front of the computer either working or gaming and i would say i will be sad the day i have to part with it. Im heavy, i was even heavier before 300+lbs and the chair still comfy.
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Thanks op, tired of sitting in a plastic lawn chair.

Well reviewed and reasonable price.
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N8Magic wrote: Are these actually good quality chairs? Or just some craptacular chair that someone licenced the Tempur-Pedic name and slapped the logo on to?

Reviews seem okay...
I don't see any reviews on Costco.ca. What reviews are you referring to? (I'm logged in to my Costco account and it has 0 reviews)

Edit: never mind. The reviews are posted on stooples.
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Debating on waiting on a used aeron vs this... Any thoughts??
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Picture shows black but models listed on costco are blue, green, gray, red, no blue but beige on staples, all ugly... I wish I could get the black one, I am literally sitting in pain mid training session about to pull the trigger on this but the colors are setting me off.
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Yes man, I really wanted a black one myself. I think I'd be pulling it on the blue
not sure...
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Don't comment after, but I highly recommend getting a used Herman Miller Aeron chair in the 300-500 dollar range if you can find one.(Kijiji, craiglist, fb marketplace)

It is worth the investment even if its used. One of the best investments I ever made and they last!
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Looks interesting. I already have a Tempur pedic mattress and I love it.
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Thanks OP, does anyone know if they stock these in store?

Moving away from my Hyken chair, it definitely was not the “bang for buck” chair I thought it was originally...
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Si1ent wrote: Don't comment after, but I highly recommend getting a used Herman Miller Aeron chair in the 300-500 dollar range if you can find one.(Kijiji, craiglist, fb marketplace)

It is worth the investment even if its used. One of the best investments I ever made and they last!
I was never a fan of mesh seating

My work has heavily invested in HM chairs and I hate sitting in it for prolonged periods, especially when u have the urge to sit on a folded leg. Good luck.

This Tempur hits another demographic.
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IceCreamGee wrote: I was never a fan of mesh seating

My work has heavily invested in HM chairs and I hate sitting in it for prolonged periods, especially when u have the urge to sit on a folded leg. Good luck.

This Tempur hits another demographic.
One of the reasons I am moving from the Hyken, not a fan of the mesh.
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Review (along with photos of the different colour choices): https://chairinstitute.com/tempur-pedic ... ir-review/

I've seen used Leap v2 for $350 (about the same price as this chair, new, after tax) on Facebook Marketplace. A buddy of mine bought one and said it was in excellent condition, built in 2014. Aerons go for about the same. Chairs from the top ergonomic manufacturers are bomb-proof, they look like-new even after almost a decade of 8hrs, 5days/wk use and they don't feel cheap unlike almost all of the Staples chairs.. of course you're paying 5-10x the price for new though. Can't speak to the Tempur-pedic, never seen it in person.
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I've also been digging up some reviews on amazon and there are a mass of people that wished the padding was thicker because they would bottom out easily. Not looking forward to that.

I'm personally in the market for a cushioned chair, don't care if it's pleather, that is high back and cushiony enough to melt in it, say for "PC home theater" use as if you were sitting in a leather sofa. The one I have is a Lane high back chair purchased from costco about 12 years ago and it's on its last limb here. The plastic washers have dried up and broken down to dust from wear, the arms have little yellow foam left since its been worn off. Like i'm in a dire need of a new chair. I used to go to staples and try chairs out ready to purchase one that "Spoke" to me and all were quite uncomfortable. The closest I could think of meeting my requirements that's not a pc theater chair is the leap v2 and I'm sort of willing to purchase one for the 800 it is. Not interested in buying a 6 year old cushion chair. Anyone have any recommendations?

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