If you spend a lot of time sitting at a desk, say when working from home or gaming for hours on end, then the best thing to invest in is a good chair. Having a comfortable desk chair not only makes your experience more enjoyable, but it can also save you from developing all sorts of aches and pains.
If you're unhappy with your current setup, it's time to upgrade to something like the height-adjustable GTRacing gaming chair and, right now, you can do so while making an $8 savings. The chair usually goes for $159.99, though clipping the on-page coupon scores you a 5% discount, dropping it to just $151.99.
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This chair is designed with comfort in mind with a thick padded back, removable headrest and lumbar pillows, armrests, and 90-170 degrees of reclining. It has maximum weight capacity of 300 pounds and is made with PU leather. Use the on-page coupon.
$159.99 $8 off
The GTRacing chair is designed for those who spend hours in front of a computer screen (present company very much included). The chair has a gaming-style design with a bunch of features to keep you comfortable for hours. Even if you don't game, you'll appreciate the added comfort while sat doing your daily work.
The ergonomic design includes a strong metal frame that can hold a weight capacity of up to 300 pounds and promotes a healthy and comfortable seated position. Sitting the right way means you risk getting RSI or back problems from hunching over or having the incorrect setup. The back and seat use thick pads for added comfort, too, so you can stay feeling good even after hours in the chair. There is also a headrest and lumbar pillow you can choose to remove or keep as needed if you need a little added support and encouragement to sit right.
You'll also get a lot of adjustability options with this chair including the height and the armrests. You can even recline between 90 and 170 degrees, which allows for a bit of rocking as you really get into the action or get extra frustrated with your spreadsheets or whatever you're working on. Of course, it can swivel 360 degrees as well so you don't have to get up or move the whole chair to turn around and the five-point base is heavy duty and will last for a long time with smooth-rolling casters allow for easy maneuverability.
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