Cheap Office Chairs vs. Expensive Office Chairs

What’s the difference between a cheap office chair and an expensive one? In this video, we break down everything you need to know before deciding whether to save or splurge.

14,000 hours. If you have a full-time desk job, that’s the minimum amount of time you’ll spend sitting over the next 10 years. Add the nights you have to work late, the weekends you’re called into the office, and those unfortunate occasions you end up scarfing down lunch in front of your computer and the hour count only goes up from there.

We now know that any sustained ass-in-chair time can be detrimental to your health, but a bad chair only adds to the problem by putting you in positions that add to long-term risk. If you have a home office, finding a chair that makes your desk time more comfortable and better for your health is a worthwhile endeavor.

Be sure to check out our in-depth guide to the best office chairs, including our picks for cheap and expensive models:


Phantom says:

Good short video, I would suggest mentioning some of your picks. Also I’m not a fan of the music choice, it sounds strange

The Lazy Geniuses says:

What a great video. Really well done editing too! I’m glad to see you guys experimenting with video and really hope to see future videos!

Erdal Toprak says:

Awesome video, the video format with an article each time could be really amazing for the channel

冯嘉城 says:

How can I contact with you?

BleuGaby says:

Great video! The *Steelcase Gesture* would be perfect for me but its price is unfortunately above what I can spend on a chair. I’m looking for a chair that has this ability to recline (while looking good) but at a lower price point. Like a cheap Gesture around $300. Any suggestion? Thanks

TL says:

Short and informative video. Please do more of these.

procc says:

200$ = cheap chair? :DDD
This video is for those who make 5-10k $ a month… ^^

Cody Jensen says:

“the cheap 200$ chair” smh

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