I prefer a mesh type chair. Keeps air circulating, but can be a problem with
swamp gas and mosquitoes...
I like wider chairs to as I tend to fidget and sit on the edge of the seat. The
chair I have now (discontinued by Staples) has worked well, but the front of
the seat was plastic and cracked on one side from flexing.
Think spending the money on a good chair is worth as much as good filters.
Doubt that this is a "one size fits all" solution. Find something comfortable
to sit in, but not too comfortable to sleep in.
I'm looking at Haworth right now, have a decent chair at work that seems like
it will work well.
Oh, for me, wheels are a must have...
Tennessee Contest Group
Tennessee QSO Party: Sunday, 6 Sept 2009
Elecraft K2/100 #4455
Elecraft K3/100 #366
Elecraft K3/100 #1875
--- On Mon, 8/3/09, Lee Buller <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> From: Lee Buller <email@example.com>
> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Chairs
> To: "CQcontest Reflector" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Monday, August 3, 2009, 9:47 PM
> I want to have some information as to what people use for
> contest chairs. I am starting to suffer from tired
> caboose syndrome during contests. What are people
> using for comfortable chairs and where did you get it.
> Pillows? Cushions? What not?
> I want to make sure my Butt In The Chair Hard ... but ends
> up with a cushion.
> This has become an annoyance and as you know...Butt In The
> Chair equals QSOs.
> Lee - K0WA
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> August 30 Sun 9am-3pm CDT
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> Common Sense and use it. If you can't find any Common
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