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OFEX Release New Amadeus Office Chairs Melbourne Collection



OFEX have released a new range of office chairs in Melbourne which are now online to view and enquire about.

The Amadeus High Back Executive office chair is not your conventional office chair out there. Amadeus High Back Executive Office Chair Melbourne are a chair by Amadeus and is a more affordable option than the last chair I reviewed and is a bit nicer than the lower cost ones you may come across. If you want a nice chair that will last you a long time, but you don't want to break the bank just to buy it, then this is your chair. It has a very modern design that goes with any home or office.

A nice feature is the one touch pneumatic seat height adjustment. It has a breathable back and the hard surfaces are made with a neutral pewter mist finish; this gives the chair a very stylish appearance that most people find very pleasing. I really like that the tilt mechanism on this chair is heavy duty. It seems to be one of the first things to go on mid-range chairs. Of course, you get your adjustable tilt tension, infinite tilt lock control. Some users have said that the parts can be a little stiff but once you use the chair for a little while, everything seems to work well. As mentioned earlier, it has a breathable back for more ventilation and if you need lumbar support, then this chair may be a good option for you.

The Herman Miller Aeron office chair has been an icon among ergonomic office chairs Melbourne since its introduction in 1994, and most reviewers say it's still one of the best. Aside from the ergonomics, reviews praise the mesh seat, which helps the user stay cool. The Herman Miller Aeron has one huge advantage over other highly rated, high-end office chairs -- it comes in three sizes. You can adjust virtually every aspect of the Aeron; however, owners who have the incorrect size say they are uncomfortable in the chair. It is certified by the Green guard Environmental Institute, which sets standards for chemical and particle emissions from products used indoors. If you don't want to spend as much as a well-equipped Aeron costs (*Est. $900), reviewers also recommend the Steelcase Think. We found the best review of the Herman Miller Aeron chair at Slate.com, which had eight staffers use six office chairs over several weeks. Staff members at Workified.com also tried out six different chairs, including the Aeron, and scored each one. At FourHourWeek.com, blogger Tim Ferris asks readers whether the Aeron chair is worth the price, while reviewers at ZDNet.com and About.com offer single-product reviews of the Aeron. Enthusiast site OfficeChairAdvice.com offers plenty of insight, but just about every chair gets very high ratings, which doesn't really help narrow your choices. Owners of the Aeron post numerous detailed reviews of the chair on Amazon.com.

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