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Best Ergonomic Chairs for Gaming and WFH During Lazada’s 11.11 Sale!

Looks like some of us will still be working from home indefinitely … If you haven’t found a good chair to give your back some support while you work from home, worry not, we’ve done rounds of window shopping for you.

Before getting into it, should you need an explanation why 4 out of 5 options here are mesh office chairs and not leather gaming chairs, check out this video from Carlo.

 

Now without further ado, check out these 5 chairs you might want to consider this upcoming 11.11!

Aofeis ErgoChair ALPHA Ergonomic Office Chair: White Frame (With Leg Rest)

From PHP 20,300 to PHP 15,999 (21% OFF)

 

FlexiSpot Philippines is one of the trusted brands in standing desks and other office appliances in the country, so we took a peek at the chairs they’re currently offering, and the Aofeis Alpha ErgoChair caught our attention. Sure, it’s pricier than other office chairs, but only a few choices out there can boast a BIFMA Certification ( TLDR; it’s certified for comfort and safety)

What makes the Alpha even more attractive of a purchase for us is that foot rest. It looks perfect for people who go through long sessions of work and want to take a nice reclined break.

It fulfills most of the items on Carlo’s checklist for a good chair too!

Add to cart here. Check out their standing desks while you’re at it.

 

KRUZO Messias Ergonomic Office Chair High Back Mesh

From PHP 12,222 to PHP 6,610 (46% OFF)

 

This makes it to our list for two reasons: the cool colorway and the mesh seating. A thing to note when buying chairs– if you don’t have good airflow in your area, no air-conditioning ( probably like most of us), and are prone to sweaty thighs, a mesh seat helps a lot based on our experience.

If you’re tired of either the usual black office chair or a super bright and loud chair, the Messias in this blue-ish gray shade gives off a neutral but not that boring vibe giving it, as we said another +1 for us.

You might find the armrest a bit lacking, but over-all we think this chair is worth considering.

Add to cart here! Don’t forget to toggle the blue variant to get the discounted price.

Ergodynamic EHC-420

From PHP 12,999 to PHP 7,999 (38% Off)

 

 

Ergodynamic’s EHC-420 is another option to check out. Lumbar support, adjustable arm rests and tilt lock– the EHC has the basics covered. If you want a chair that’s low-key, all business, gets the job done, the EHC-420 could be for you.

Shop it here! 

 US775-1 Office Chair

From PHP 9,600 to PHP 5,499 (42% OFF)

 

Yup, we agree. The name of the chair sounds like it’s some type of ballistic missile. The US775-1 is the most affordable chair out of the bunch but also manages to have adjustable(2D) armrests and an all mesh structure– a.k.a another win for the sweaty peeps out there!

Grab one here! 

 

Player One Ghost V2 Gaming Chair

From PHP14,999 to PHP 14,499 (P500 OFF and Free Shipping)

 

 

If you went on this article really intent on getting a gaming chair, we got you covered too. For your consideration–the  Player One Ghost V2 Gaming Chair.

This isn’t the local brand’s first rodeo when it comes to making chairs–hence the “V2” in the product’s name. Player One is advertising that the V2 has features that have been improved based on customers’ input from the Ghost V1 (and if there’s one thing, we as consumers like, its when brands like this listen)

The Ghost V2 now rocks multi-directional adjustable armrests, better cushioning and lumbar support via a pillow made from cold molded memory foam, and the feature that made us add it to the list–The wings (sides of the chair) are made with carbon fiber, giving it a more “stealthier” look.

Tempted now? Add it to your cart here, don’t forget to claim the P500 coupon, it currently has free shipping too. 

 

That’s it, we hope you find a throne worthy of the royal effort you’ve been putting in the middle of a pandemic!

See also our following Lazada November 11 Sale Lists:

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