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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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5'6 155 here, Pretty happy with this chair. Wife has the Hyken which is ok, arms have less adjustment on the Hyken so if you have broader shoulders / need the width go with the Dexley. Headrest is better for me on the Dexley as well. For the price range there's only so many adjustment options they'll provide :/
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Covid is going to fill the landfills with Staples chairs.
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This chair is perfect for people often fart like me... LOL

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This chair is perfect for people often fart like me... LOL

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tax 10 bucks?
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Idk if anyone cares, but I did a ton of research in the last month about office chairs and I found that the best office chair under 200/175 is the Alera Elusion Series Mesh High-Back Multifunction Office Chair. Has an insane amount of adjustability and is highly rated. I bought one and think it is super nice for the price
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I purchased this recently from the last deal I was waiting for.

I am 6'4" 275 lbs. Its mostly negatives for me and here is why:

- It only locks in the complete upright position.

- I usually use my computer a few hours a day and it either in the morning or at night. Either way I am typically in boxer shorts. The mesh itself feels sturdy and supports me however it is uncomfortable after about 20 minutes. It makes grids of the pattern on my skin. It may be better after I purchase a blanket to throw over it or just by wearing pants.

- The headrest has no locking position and is actually very short compared to a standard chair with no headrest. My head sticks up above it about 6 or 7 inches making it a neck rest.

Edit add - The chair is actually narrow. I feel pressure from the outside edges as my legs hang over the width of the chair.

Pros:

- Quick and easy assembly.

- Armrest adjustments are a decent height. They are comfortable to rest on as well

- The seat length is just long enough. I could do with maybe one or 2 more inches in length.


Side note: I asked my wife to try and she found it uncomfortable because she was unable to cross her legs as the curvature of the seat made it difficult.

I'm close to your height but I'm skinny/fit so we are not close in weight at all. Do you think weight has anything to do with it not being as comfortable? I don't know your wives weight but perhaps thats also why its hard for her to cross her legs or is the chair just really weirdly designed?

I'm a dude, I cross my legs all the time, I've never sat in any chair where its been an issue so that's the other thing I'm trying to wrap my head around but again I'm not sure if its a weight issue or if this chair is just really poorly made.
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5'6'' 170lb here. This is a excellent chair and I am using one right now. True that there is no recline lock. but the chair is roomy and mesh is comfortable. head rest gives just enough support. Note that this curvature of the base actually makes me think of standing as it's designed for the same.
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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?
I don't have that specific racing/gaming chair, but I do have one. The gaming chairs are VERY comfortable to slouch in and sit with bad posture. The Dexley isn't as comfortable in that manner, but it is comfortable when you sit with good posture. I sold my gaming chair after I got the Dexley because while it wasn't as comfortable to sit in in the moment, it REALLY helped with my back pain after using it for about a week.
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I'm close to your height but I'm skinny/fit so we are not close in weight at all. Do you think weight has anything to do with it not being as comfortable? I don't know your wives weight but perhaps thats also why its hard for her to cross her legs or is the chair just really weirdly designed?

I'm a dude, I cross my legs all the time, I've never sat in any chair where its been an issue so that's the other thing I'm trying to wrap my head around but again I'm not sure if its a weight issue or if this chair is just really poorly made.
My wife is 5'6" and about 115-120lbs. The end of the chair seat has a gradual curve from back to front that just drops off so it's difficult to keep ur legs from sliding. Regardless the edges of the chair stick up so resting that way for an even taller person would not work in my opinion.


edit. I'm sure it would be fine if u wear longer shorts or pants. my legs are kind of thick but the seat itself is only 19" of fabric wide. and if u are wider that 18.5" you will definitely feel the edges of the chair.
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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
Thanks for the write up this is helpful.
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I'm close to your height but I'm skinny/fit so we are not close in weight at all. Do you think weight has anything to do with it not being as comfortable? I don't know your wives weight but perhaps thats also why its hard for her to cross her legs or is the chair just really weirdly designed?

I'm a dude, I cross my legs all the time, I've never sat in any chair where its been an issue so that's the other thing I'm trying to wrap my head around but again I'm not sure if its a weight issue or if this chair is just really poorly made.
I'm a 38 waistline and about 17-18" wide just a rough measurement with a tape measure. But I guess I sit quite relaxed with my legs and they end up resting on the outer edge of the seat.
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thanks for the $20 coupon. where did you get coupons? i used to get their emails. i haven't got one for a couple of months now.........
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Ordered one, as always really appreciate everyone's detailed feedback
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Does this have much lumbar support for lower back?
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