[CQ-Contest] ergonomic chair for improving BIC time

Richard Thorne rthorne at rthorne.net
Mon Jun 4 09:46:31 EDT 2018


While the big box stores may have something, you need to track down a 
couple office furniture stores (not office depot or office max or 
staples) and see what they have in stock.  Buying a good chair requires 
a try out.

Once you track down a chair then it's time (if you don't want to pay new 
prices) to track down a used model of the chair you want.

Check out furniturefinders.com I frequent their site as I'm in the hunt 
for a good chair as well as a dual surface height adjustable desk. I 
have a dual surface now and really like it.  Unfortunately its a manual 
adjustable desk and I want an  electric desk with memories.  I want the 
ability to raise the desk so I can stand during slow times and get the 
blood flowing.

Rich - N5ZC

On 6/3/2018 11:00 PM, Jeff Blaine wrote:
> I need to retire my ancient office chair and get something that is 
> more supportive of long BIC durations.
> I have tried a number of economical big box and office supply 
> alternatives and those tend to break under the weight of my 
> not-so-svelte body - or are not very comfortable in the long run. I am 
> realizing that it may require spending quite a few pennies from the 
> piggy bank to get something more industrial duty.
> Any recommendations?
> 73/jeff/ac0c
> alpha-charlie-zero-charlie
> www.ac0c.com
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