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Realspace® MFTC 200 Mesh Multifunction Ergonomic Mid-Back Task Chair, Black $114.98

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Office Depot and OfficeMax has Realspace MFTC 200 Mesh Multifunction Ergonomic Mid-Back Task Chair on sale for $114.99. Shipping is free, or select free curbside pickup where available.

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Can you add head support to this?
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Can you add head support to this?
I don't think this supports head rest.
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On the product details I see
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Chair Back Style: Low-Back
Style Name: MFTC 200 Mesh Multifunction Ergonomic Mid-Back Task Chair
IDK why it is so difficult for them to provide a consistent product detail! Does anyone know if this is low back or a mid back chair?

Edit: Says This item will be shipped when available.
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Bought this a few weeks ago when it was $99 for my wife and she loves it. She works from home M-F and is happy camper! Highly recommend if you want a good chair that is NOT in the $1,000 price range 😉
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I bought two of these for $99, and a third yesterday for $115. I would call it a mid-back. I have a hundred hours on the first chair, wife has 60 on the second. They are comfortable so far, not a $1000 HM to be sure. Then again, I bought three chairs for $315. I would do it again. Note - the seat fabric can be rough in shorts, i sucked it up for a day or two then it was fine.
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Does anyone have experience comparing this one with WorkPro® 1000 ?https://www.officedepot.com/a/pro...9900593071

I have had a WorkPro® 1000 chair for 4 and half years by sitting on it for 10+ hours per day (I work from home). It is still going strong. Wanting to get another chair for another desk but WorkPro® 1000 is now $150 (vs $75 after coupon 4 years ago). I was wondering if this Realspace® MFTC 200 is as good as WorkPro® 1000. I am OK that Realspace® MFTC 200 has foam seat while WorkPro® 1000 has mesh seat.
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ordered on 7/27 for $99, still on back order Frown
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I ordered back when it was $99 and it's going back to OD. My impressions: the seat cushion has a slight forward tilt to it, enough so that you feel like you're slipping down the front. You can tilt-lock it to compensate but then you lose the tilt function. The rear seatback also wobbles side to side slightly if you shift in the seat; this is a function of how it attaches to the seat cushion base. Finally, the mesh seatback isn't as taut as other mesh office chairs I've sat in.

It's got a good feature set for $99 or $115 but I'm WFH until the end of the year at least and it'll be worth the money to get a seat that is perfect for 8-10 hrs per day
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Bought this on the last deal and I don't have any complaints. I had one of these in my office and didn't know how to use it. Now that I do, I may switch it back to my office chair for work.
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NOT available, its back ordered. How long does that take?

I use a HM chair and I still order this, and I doubt they are very far off. I love my HM, but really all that is important is that I have least amount of pressure on my butt. That is key to long time sitting. To lower the impact of blood flow restriction. I hardly sit back as I am usually typing or using the mouse with full attentiuon to the screen, so I maybe laying back at times, but its still more tense than relaxed. What I DO recommend is a ErgoArm rest. They are stupid expensive, but are the savior of my hand and forearm. When it comes in, I will review the chair
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bought this a few month ago, its already making horrible squeak noises when ever i sit or move around.
arm rests are very uncomforable

pros: price is cheap
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I ordered back when it was $99 and it's going back to OD. My impressions: the seat cushion has a slight forward tilt to it, enough so that you feel like you're slipping down the front. You can tilt-lock it to compensate but then you lose the tilt function. The rear seatback also wobbles side to side slightly if you shift in the seat; this is a function of how it attaches to the seat cushion base. Finally, the mesh seatback isn't as taut as other mesh office chairs I've sat in.

It's got a good feature set for $99 or $115 but I'm WFH until the end of the year at least and it'll be worth the money to get a seat that is perfect for 8-10 hrs per day
johnnyma45I ordered back when it was $99 and it's going back to OD. My impressions: the seat cushion has a slight forward tilt to it, enough so that you feel like you're slipping down the front. You can tilt-lock it to compensate but then you lose the tilt function. The rear seatback also wobbles side to side slightly if you shift in the seat; this is a function of how it attaches to the seat cushion base. Finally, the mesh seatback isn't as taut as other mesh office chairs I've sat in.

It's got a good feature set for $99 or $115 but I'm WFH until the end of the year at least and it'll be worth the money to get a seat that is perfect for 8-10 hrs per day
​johnnyma45I ordered back when it was $99 and it's going back to OD. My impressions: the seat cushion has a slight forward tilt to it, enough so that you feel like you're slipping down the front. You can tilt-lock it to compensate but then you lose the tilt function. The rear seatback also wobbles side to side slightly if you shift in the seat; this is a function of how it attaches to the seat cushion base. Finally, the mesh seatback isn't as taut as other mesh office chairs I've sat in.

It's got a good feature set for $99 or $115 but I'm WFH until the end of the year at least and it'll be worth the money to get a seat that is perfect for 8-10 hrs per dayT
I bought the same chair and I have a very similar liking to the thigh rest. But I do see this chair has settings to tilt lock without compromising the back tilt function. Also there is no wobble, See if you have to return for a faulty product
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