Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Shop Smart: Best Ergonomic Mesh Chairs Under $250

You don't have to spend a fortune to get a great office chair! Any smart shopper will tell you that there's lots of awesome seating solutions on the market for under $250.00. In today's post we'll make things easy! Here we'll showcase the best ergonomic mesh chairs available on the market from brands like Offices To Go, Eurotech Seating, and more. Enjoy!

Offices To Go Mesh Back Managers ChairFirst up, the Offices To Go 11685 model high back managers chair. Known for their high quality seating and commitment to quality and affordability, Offices To Go is an excellent option for chair shoppers on a budget. The 11685 offers a unique modern design and sleek curves. The breathable mesh back works together with adjustable T shaped arms and a multi functional mechanism equipped with an infinite position tilt lock feature. At just $203.95, you'll be hard pressed to find more bang for the buck. Use the 11685 chair in home and professional applications to get comfortable without straining the wallet!

Eurotech Seating Astra ChairIf you want high performance on a tight budget, go with a chair from Eurotech Seating. We recommend the Astra series MF2000BLK. The Astra's contoured back is designed to not restrict upper body movement. It also looks really cool! These high tech modern taskers are also outfitted with tilt tension, tilt lock, and synchro tilt features. Height and width adjustable arms are also standard to help users find just the right computing position when working at their desks. At the everyday low price of $203.50, the Astra is truly one of the best bargain buys of 2015.

iDesk Ambarella ChairThere's no seating collection hotter than the iDesk from Cherryman Industries. This cutting edge line combines form and function at a price point any shopper will appreciate. The iDesk's Ambarella chair boasts a heavy duty mesh back for durability, as well as a thick padded seat for user comfort. Ambarella chairs come standard with advanced syncro-tilt mechanisms and a 2" seat slider feature that really comes in handy. A built in guide for customizable comfort makes the Ambarella one of the easiest chairs to master. You'll have this chair and it's features down pat in less than 30 minutes. At just $206.50, the Ambarella is a must consider option for any chair shopper. Lots of attractive seat upholstery options are available to compliment the polished 5 star base.

Woodstock Ravi Chair
Rev up your office decor with the Ravi chair from our friends at Woodstock Marketing. As an up and comer in the seating industry, Woodstock Marketing is enjoying an unparalleled rise to super stardom. The rock and roll inspired chairs from Woodstock are real head turners! If you're looking to make a statement in the workplace, you'll love the all new Ravi chair. This mid back mesh task chair is available in a wide range of color combinations for just $229.00. The Ravi comes standard with an adjustable tilt tension feature, separate tilt lock, and high density molded foam seat. Great for tasking, computing, and conference room use, the Ravi is ready to effectively support users up to 250 pounds. Smaller chair operators will love this sleek, space saving seating solution.

Mayline Gist Chair
With all the cool new office furniture collections Mayline has released in 2015, you may have missed their new Gist seating collection. We're here to tell you, these chairs mean business! While we could highlight these chairs with puns about getting the Gist, we'd rather tell you about the amazing features these top notch computing chair models have to offer. Gist chairs like the GS11F assemble in just 4 quick steps to have you up and running in no time. The Gist is ready to support users up to 300 pounds and comes standard with height adjustable arms as well as an awesome swivel tilt mechanism. Rest assured, there's not much you can't do with these $243.99 office chairs. Gist seating is available in a wide range of fabric upholstery options to meet your individual design and decor needs.

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