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WorkPro 12000 Mesh Mid-Back Office Chair (Black/Chrome) EXPIRED

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Office Depot and OfficeMax has WorkPro 12000 Mesh Mid-Back Office Chair (Black/Chrome) on sale for $309.99. Shipping is free, or select curbside pickup where available. Thanks hany0ng

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  • This chair comes with a 10-year limited warranty
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Office Depot [officedepot.com] has WorkPro® 12000 Mesh/Fabric Managerial Mid-Back Chair, Black/Chrome for $309.99, free shipping.

Not sure if it's a good deal, but I've been looking for a decent chair to use during this shelter-in-place, so I grabbed one.
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Buy a refurb aeron as this price
It is currently only $300 at Lenovo using the coupon code of OFFICEDEPOT30.
https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/acce...p/78011628
I just picked up this chair today and its great. I've been on SD everyday trying to find a good deal on a mesh chair to work from home in and I pulled the trigger on this one. The back is height adjustable to fit me perfectly being 6 feet. One complaint is that the seat does not have lumbar support so you can't lean backwards. The seat however, slides forward so you can still lean down while sitting on the chair. Chair supports up to 275 lbs and is great for posture. Lower back support is also a plus because I'm pushing 10+ hours a day just sitting and working.

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Extra 5% off for pickup orders, need a chair and this seems well enough for the price.
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Someone in the other thread for the Workpro 9000 said the 12000 was better. https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/fp/546566

At sale price, this 12000 is currently $100 more than the 9000 on sale. Not quite as hot as the other deal and it isn't a high back with head rest. I guess $300 over 10 years is alright by me though.

Odd thing though: they have a version with ergonomical in the name that looks exactly the same, but costs more. Anyone find the differences?
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Someone in the other thread for the Workpro 9000 said the 12000 was better. https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/fp/546566

At sale price, this 12000 is currently $100 more than the 9000 on sale. Not quite as hot as the other deal and it isn't a high back with head rest. I guess $300 over 10 years is alright by me though.

Odd thing though: they have a version with ergonomical in the name that looks exactly the same, but costs more. Anyone find the differences?
From what I can tell, the only difference is the more expensive one is greenguard certified. This one is prolly old stock replaced by that one and otherwise same chair?
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How does this compare with Workpro 9000?

Edit : Never mind, a comment above links to another comment that answered my question.
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Buy a refurb aeron as this price
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Buy a refurb aeron as this price

My local office furniture warehouse dealer sells refurbished ones for $450. To be honest though, I have the Herman Miller Aeron at work and it was just ok. I had the C version (ruined my posture as it was too large) for the first 1.5 years working before finding out that there was a B version (MUCH better) lying around at some empty conference rooms, but it was still a little uncomfortable due to the broken gas lift and the bottom edge of the seat digging into the back of my legs.


I'm guessing that since this isn't a mesh bottom, it may be more forgiving for the leg, although the mesh is better in the summer.
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I need a mesh for back and seat.
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I bought the Workpro 9000 model a couple weeks ago for $200. It is a very good chair.

The 12000 model for $300 seems ok since the deal on the 9000 is no longer available. If you need a chair now this may be a good choice. If you can wait, the 9000 model appears to be a little better value.
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How does this compare to the Ergo Chair 2 from Autonomous?
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Who supports the ten year warranty and does it cover all defects on the chair within that ten years?
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I've sat on these in-store and the 12000 is worth it over the 9000 for the lumbar support. The 12000 keeps everything supported but my scrawny 120lb butt falls in between the seat and back on the 9000 when I recline back. The one I tested was full mesh back and bottom.

I haven't sat on one with a headrest though but being only 5'4" I think the headrest would be too high anyways. Been waiting for a deal on the 12000 but still want to test one with a headrest to prevent buyers remorse.
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FYI, Office Depot has been a nightmare to deal with.

Inventory is very inaccurate. I would not do delivery as an option. Your order will likely get delayed and you will not get any updates. None of the lines of communication work, so you won't be able to get a hold of anyone.

Best bet is to do store pickup if you want to gamble.

But after major issues with multiple orders and complaining on their FB page, I was able to get a chair and they gave me a $100 gift card.
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Spend a little bit more and get a commercial quality Hon
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