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Staples is offering the Dexley Mesh Desk Chair for $149.99. Use coupon code 56078 to save an extra $20.

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I was waiting for this deal, Thank you!
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Don't forget to get the free face masks and hand sanitizer. You can find the coupon at the first page.
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Great chair, would buy if I didn't already have another chair
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I'm 6'4", 240lbs & fat af. I store a lot of my weight on my hips and legs. I'm using the blue dexley right now to sit through lectures. I also have the hyken which I was using. The dexley is wider and definitely the best option for me, but if I were under 6' & < 200lbs, either would work. The hyken was a tad too narrow for my fat ass, hips and legs.
Not sure how you can be "6'4", 240lbs & fat af" when 220 lbs would be considered very good bmi. When I was 235 I was extremely lean.
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Not sure how you can be "6'4", 240lbs & fat af" when 220 lbs would be considered very good bmi. When I was 235 I was extremely lean.
6'4" and 220 puts you right on the cusp of obese in BMI terms. Not sure how you could be 235 and extremely lean? I'm 6'4" and 200lbs and could lose some fat easily.
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This is really decent chair for the price. Just assembled it
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I'm 6'4", 240lbs & fat af. I store a lot of my weight on my hips and legs. I'm using the blue dexley right now to sit through lectures. I also have the hyken which I was using. The dexley is wider and definitely the best option for me, but if I were under 6' & < 200lbs, either would work. The hyken was a tad too narrow for my fat ass, hips and legs.
Fat af @ 240 and 6'4 means I'm gargantuan LOL!!
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How's the seat for big people with large butts?
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Some don't like the mesh seat...
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I'm very stuck between this and the Gtracing chair... Can anyone speak for both? Any big reasons to choose one over the other?
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How is mesh for bony af butts?
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Not sure how you can be "6'4", 240lbs & fat af" when 220 lbs would be considered very good bmi. When I was 235 I was extremely lean.
220lbs is considered overweight for someone who is 6'4". Being "lean" is dependent on your muscle mass to fat ratio. You can still have a significant amount of muscle and be overweight. Also, as I stated, I carry a lot of my weight around my hips and thighs. I am NOT very lean.
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How is mesh for bony af butts?
I bought a similar mesh chair (WorkPro 1000) for home office use and the mesh seat is uncomfortable after 30-45 mins. I gave the seat to my 10 yrs old son and he seems to be ok with it for remote learning.
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I've been doing the office chair dance all summer because of WFH. Here's my take on Hyken vs Dexley after extensive seat time in both.

I am 5'10" and 175lb. Fairly average leg and torso length.

Hyken: as others have stated, the Hyken is slightly shorter, narrower and less depth than the Dexley. The "headrest" is more of a neck brace/rest; as I sit in it, the headrest touches right at the nape of my neck. It's very comfortable when I lean back. The lumbar works really well too, supportive and not stabby. I feel the width is a bit narrow for me; I feel a bit constrained by the arm rests when trying to stretch out. The front seat edge digs a bit into the back of my lower thighs; I bought a footrest to try to mitigate this. The chair overall sits me more vertical, which is not the comfiest but posture-wise, is preferred.

Dexley: the extra inches dimensions in each axis really do make a difference. The headrest actually supports the head as opposed to the Hyken neck brace. The front seat edge moves a bit closer to my knee, and I feel I'm sitting more fully "on" the chair. The biggest thing I didn't like was that you seem to sit "on" the seat as opposed to "into" it. The Hyken feels a bit more enveloping and the mesh seems to have slightly more give. Also, in neutral position the seatback has a slighter lean back than the Hyken, which is more vertical - after sitting in the Hyken for a while, the Dexley seemed too lounge-y. Armrests are a nice distance apart and I never felt enclosed.

The Hyken has lockable tilt while the Dexley does not; I never lock it at a tilt so this feature add didn't entice me. Both recline nicely with good resistance.

After demo-ing both for a while, I decided on the Hyken by a slim edge because I prefer the more vertical neutral position - helps with typing and long work days at the desk. As always, YMMV as office chair fit is a very customized thing to your own body. I would urge everyone to go to Staples and sit in both. And don't pay over $150 for either, they go on sale often. Hope this helped someone
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I wanted the blue color one... hmmm..
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