Thursday, October 4, 2018

Chair Compare: Atto vs. Zetto

Atto Chair
Atto Chair
Zetto Chair
Zetto Chair
Just this month, the team at Cherryman Industries introduced 2 new chairs. At first glance, the Atto and Zetto look very similar. Upon closer inspection, they're actually pretty different. As these chairs cost about the same, we thought it would be helpful to do a 'Chair Compare' to showcase the features and benefits of each in order to determine which is the best option for your workspace. Enjoy!


The Atto and Zetto chairs from Cherryman definitely look the same. To the naked eye, the one noticeable difference is the back height. The Atto is a bit lower than the Zetto, but both offer a very on-trend modern look. These chairs are equipped with T shaped arms, 5 star bases, upholstered seats, and mesh backs. Taller individuals will likely prefer the Zetto chair as it's a couple of inches higher to proved upper back support. While modern in nature, these chairs both offer a sense of practicality that makes them great for nearly any application. The Atto and Zetto mesh chairs will make a statement without overpowering your furniture.

Atto - Angle View
Atto - Angled View
Zetto Chair - Angled View
Zetto - Angled View

The most distinctive difference between these chairs is the mechanism. The Atto boasts a weight sensing mechanism that automatically responds to the user to limit the need for adjusting. The Zetto chair offers an advanced synchro-tilt mechanism with user friendly controls. Today's weight sensing chairs have really started to take over the market. They're rapidly becoming the industry standard and the preferred choice for tasking. Users should test both to determine which is a better fit for their work style.

Cherryman Atto Chair - Side Profile
Atto - Side Profile
Cherryman Zetto Chair - Side Profile
Zetto - Side Profile
Ergonomic Features:

Talk about comfort. You really can't go wrong with either of these chairs. They both sport a 2" seat slider that's great for relieving knee pressure. The adjustable T shaped arms make it easy to adapt on the fly and compute at healthy angles. These Cherryman office chairs also feature built in guide cards underneath the seat that list the chair adjustments. They come in very handy and serve as a refresher course for operators when adjustments are needed. The Atto and Zetto chairs are both height adjustable with a 4" range of travel. The only real differences between the 2 chairs were the mechanism and dimensions.

Atto - Back Angle
Atto - Back Angle
Cherryman Zetto Chair - Back Angle Profile
Zetto - Back Angle

The Atto and Zetto chairs are both very versatile. The Atto is great for home and business applications while the Zetto is a great option for executive interiors thanks to its larger profile. Both chairs can be used effectively for all day tasking and provide a reliable sitting experience. While not specifically intended for conference room use, the Atto is probably going to be a common fixture in professional meeting areas.

Atto Chair - Full Back
Atto - Full Back View
Zetto Chair - Full Back
Zetto - Full Back View

The Atto chair is available for just $225.00. The Zetto is slightly more at $262.00. Features and design characteristics considered, these are two of the best office chairs under $300.00 available in 2018. If back height isn't a concern for you, we personally feel shoppers should save the extra money and go with the Atto. It offers unrivaled value.


We've said it once and we'll say it again, these are both fantastic office chairs. We give the Atto the edge thanks to its weight sensing mechanism and lower price point. That being said, if you're on the hunt for an ergonomically correct task chair for your executive office, the Zetto is the way to go. Both of these chairs can be mastered in minutes and come packed with the features needed to stay comfortable throughout even the busiest work days. Look for both of these mesh chairs to make their way onto best seller lists for the next 3 to 5 years. The Atto and Zetto set new standards for comfort and performance in the workplace. It just goes to show, you don't have to break the bank to enjoy a comfortable sit.

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