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Staples Mesh Task Chair - Black $99.99 after $100 OFF

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Nov 21, 2013
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[Staples] Staples Mesh Task Chair - Black $99.99 after $100 OFF

https://www.staples.ca/products/394403- ... hair-black

The well reviewed (4.4* on 586 reviews at the time of writing this) mesh task chair is at 50% rebate, $99.99 instead of $199.99

Product Details
Make long hours at your desk more manageable with this Staples Mesh Task Chair. The chair combines impressive comfort and support to give you a relaxing sitting experience. Its mesh back offers breathability and the padded seat ensures cushioned comfort. Lumbar support helps to prevent lower back strain, and tilt and height adjustments make it possible to set up your chair just the way you like. The sturdy five-star base has casters so you can move around your workspace with ease and get to tasks efficiently.

Mesh back for breathability
Padded seat cushion for all-day comfort
Built-in lumbar support helps relieve lower-back strain and fatigue
Customize your seating position using the pneumatic lift with lock-out and adjustable tilt tension
Height adjustable arms for added comfort
Capacity: 250 lbs (based on an 8-hour work day)
Assembly required
Seat Dimensions: 19.5"W x 20"D x 17.75"H
Overall Dimensions: 27.75"W x 25"D x 35.25 - 39"H
1 Year Limited Manufacturer Warranty
Thread Summary
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96 replies
Jr. Member
Oct 10, 2016
143 posts
107 upvotes
The chair seems to be the same as the one in costco and is the same price as well. I have the chair and my only complaint is the armrest being adjustable without locking mechanism. So there are a lot of time i accidentally move the armrest.
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Apr 10, 2011
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I bought a similar chair from Staples many years ago and the "mesh" cut within a few months. Also, mesh offers very little back support. The reason they make these is because it's cheaper to produce than a regular chair back support.
Last edited by Temporel on Oct 21st, 2021 8:27 am, edited 1 time in total.
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Aug 8, 2010
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Quebec
simonasimona wrote: The chair seems to be the same as the one in costco and is the same price as well. I have the chair and my only complaint is the armrest being adjustable without locking mechanism. So there are a lot of time i accidentally move the armrest.
I have this chair from a few years back. Although, my left armrest is slightlyyyyyy lower than the right one (maybe 1 cm). Have you ever noticed that on yours?
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Oct 3, 2010
1444 posts
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Lac St-Jean
Yes, lumbar back support is lacking. I bought it for 50$ and still not satisfied.
Deal Expert
Feb 24, 2018
21753 posts
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All the chairs posted so far disappoint.

I need mesh back and mesh seat.

Hyken or Costco equivalent.

Plus gel seat cushion.
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[OP]
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Nov 21, 2013
6294 posts
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Temporel wrote: I bought a similar chair from Staples many years ago and the "mesh" cut within a few months. Also, mesh offers very little back support. The reason they make these is because it's cheaper to produce than a regular chair back support.
Same chair? From the item's description Built-in lumbar support helps relieve lower-back strain and fatigue
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Jan 14, 2007
999 posts
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Toronto
is there a coupon code that we can use for this chair?
rajojomanik
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Jan 21, 2018
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Vancouver
I have an earlier version with a fabric-covered seat. I like it. The mesh back has been comfortable and durable, but one of the vinyl armrests cracked and it's impossible to repair.
Newbie
Nov 19, 2020
74 posts
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I've owned the mesh chair the OP posted for about a year now. If you're working from home full time I would invest in a higher end model. For more occasional use though I would absolutely recommend it, especially at the $100 sale price.
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Sep 17, 2007
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Is this better than the awful and overhyped Hyken chair?

If armrests suck on a chair like on the Hyken, this is the "hack" buy a gel keyboard typing pad cut it in two, get 2 black socks, lay either half on either arm rest, put the sock on it, it'll stay in place and fixes the awful arm rests.

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