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Dexley Mesh Task Chair (159.99 after coupon) + Free Shipping $159.99

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First post, so sorry if I forgot something, but I missed out on the last Dexley sale and found this. It's not the best deal but good if you really need one like me. The Dexley is $169.99 at quill and you can use QV2DLR58 for $10 off, bringing it to $159.99.

Side note-I still don't really know the difference between the hyken and dexley but from what I can tell the dexley is a little better for people 6 foot and taller.

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I had both the Hyken and Dexley.

The main difference is that the Hyken's "headrest" pokes you in the back a bit if you're over 5'10. You can, however, possibly adjust the "headrest" to the point that it cradles your neck, and I suspect that MIGHT have been the intended purpose of the head rest.

The Hyken also can lock the tilt in more positions than the Dexley. The Dexley can only lock in its most upright position, and even when "locked," you can still move the backrest around a bit. The Hyken can lock in 3 different positions and when locked, it doesn't budge. Some might find the lack of tilt lock positions a deal breaker. Some might also hate the fact that the tilt "lock" on the Dexley still allows for some chair movement.

Finally, the Dexley's lumbar support feels a bit thinner and less comfortable than the Hyken's.

Ultimately, neither chair is particularly impressive in my opinion. Both are definite huge steps up from cheaper chairs, but there's another huge step going to something like a WorkPro 9000/12000 or Staples professional 1500. The most obvious change is that the mesh on the more expensive chairs is actually supportive, and the more supportive mesh obviates the need for lumbar support pads that you find on both the Hyken and Dexley. The mesh used on the Hyken/Dexley are not strong enough to durably cradle your back so they resort to adding plastic padded with foam in the lumbar region. The more expensive chairs use better mesh and losing the plastic pads can allieviate the pressure points created by the plastic pads.
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The price is 249...am I missing something?
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The price is 249...am I missing something?
they just removed the discount for some reason
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