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5 of 5

Jaron Brass

My @autonomousdotai ErgoChair arrived today. Totally worth the wait. Comfortable and very adjustable. Time to switch to these @TheLightCo.

3 people found this helpful

4 of 5

Monica Ferro‎

My Autonomous Ergo chair arrived this morning. Just finished assembling it. Easy job. Loving the desk & chair combo. This chair is sooooooooo comfy.

Monica Ferro‎ - Autonomous.ai

3 people found this helpful

5 of 5

Daniel Shafer

So I promised a review a few weeks ago but things got hectic due to the holidays, family visits, etc. So I am going to take the time to provide my review. I was going to do a video one, but I really don't know how to make videos like those fancy youtube ones: The initial setup of this office chair was honestly really easy. It was about 5 steps, took me around 10 minutes. Pretty standard for a regular chair. I am kind of glad I waited a few weeks because now I can give a very honest and thorough review. The second I started using it I felt like it was...different. This is because the chair I had for the past year was some cheap one I got on sale at Staples. I work from home so I spend literally half my life in the chair I use right now. Now, let me explain what I mean by different. My old chair was leather, which we all know will heat up like crazy after sitting on it for a long period of time. I would literally be peeling myself off the chair at the end of the day, sweat all over my back. So immediately I love the mesh backing of the ErgoChair. The bottom cushion is soft and quite cushiony. I've not had any problems at all with overheating on the tooshie either. Immediate a plus for me! Next, adjustments, adjustments, adjustments. I kind of felt like I was trying to fly a plane at first, there were so many different things I could adjust. The arm rests go up/down/in/out/left/right. The chair itself goes up and down like any chair. The back reclines back and forth. The neck rest goes up/down/in/out. There is also a knob for lumbar support. It really takes a lot of playing around with in order to get the right adjustments. I tend to change mine every so often when the time calls for it. Something I have mentioned before. This chair will not let you slouch. At least it won't for me. Trust me, I've tried slouching and it just hurts. This is a good thing. I am a person of bad posture. So the fact that it forces me to sit up, back straight, makes me feel better after a long days work. It also actually helps me stay focused and more concentrated. Ultimately, I love the chair. It's made working more comfortable for me. I've read a lot of controversial things, however, none of that matters because it's still worth it with what I received from them.

Daniel Shafer - Autonomous.ai

4 people found this helpful

5 of 5

Jon Munson II

Look what arrived today... Initial impression: well-built chair, easy assembly, and absolutely love the color!!! Very comfortable to sit on - the cushion is a bit stiff, which I think is a good thing (it does have to last for several years), so we will see how this goes! A+ for a new chair!!!

4 people found this helpful

5 of 5

Steven

Look who finally decided to show up #Autonomous #ErgoChair

Steven - Autonomous.ai

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5 of 5

Dustin M McKibben

We are a high volume wedding photography studio and love having a great chair to sit in after a long weekend of weddings.

Dustin M McKibben - Autonomous.ai

3 people found this helpful

4 of 5

Dominic Shayer

@autonomousdotai not bad guys! Really enjoying the chair so far. Compliments my rig really well!

Dominic Shayer - Autonomous.ai

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5 of 5

MantaMay

New desk setup! @autonomousdotai desk and chair. Loving this setup.

MantaMay - Autonomous.ai

2 people found this helpful

5 of 5

James K. Lee

Got my chair delivered today. As mentioned by another reviewer, double-boxed in heavy duty boxes. All contents packed carefully and cleanly. Instructions must have been improved because I did not notice either of the following issues from a very early review (badly translated instructions; no instructions regarding washer placement) Tool and parts packed and labeled clearly; instructions make it very clear which parts go where. One set of extra hardware also provided in case of loss (one of everything) No need for any other tools than what is provided in the package. I'd say the unpacking and assembly was a pretty pleasant experience. Didn't get oil all over my hands from parts (just a bit from handling the washers). Didn't have to take apart and reassemble because of bad instructions. For me, the clean and secure packaging says a lot. You get a sense that the company cared enough to design the packaging so that the parts stay clean and are protected from damage. The parts do not look or feel cheap coming out of the box. The chair is pretty comfortable. I've seen the complaints about armrests but I don't really share in that. They could be better but not a major issue for me. The seat cushion feels like it's on the soft side. It's OK for me but if you're a big person, i could see you bottoming out on the seat. The headrest is really awesome. All office chairs should have headrests. Make sure to read the instructions so you hit all the adjustments available on the chair. Moving the seat forward did make a difference for me so try it out. Although it's not in the instructions, the lumbar support is also adjustable. You just give it a firm push up or down to move it vertically. At work, I sit on a Herman Miller provided by the company (Setu chair; not quite as well known as the others) It's a very comfortable working chair. Autonomous is also comfortable but different. My office chair supports my entire back more firmly but not with dedicated lumbar support. If you're new to it like me, you probably have to play with the position to get it into a comfortable place for you. I'm pretty short (5' 8") so the final adjustment ended up being at the bottom of the range. But the headrest really seals the deal for me. So nice to be able to sit back and relax for a few minutes with your head and neck fully supported. That is the only thing truly lacking on my Setu at the office. As expected, there is a bit of new plastic smell. I'm pretty sensitive to these smells though. It's not enough to give up on sitting in it but I do notice it. It will go away soon enough. For those of you who care, the chair does look nice. (I have the black/gray) It looks a lot nicer than anything you're likely to find at a local Office Depot or the like. If you're a reasonable person (and don't have any major physical ailments), I think you'd agree that you got a pretty good value for your money. Hope this helps those of you who are still waiting for the chair to arrive. Is it a Herman Miller replacement? No. Is it a pretty comfortable chair for the home office at a reasonable price? Yes.

2 people found this helpful

5 of 5

Todday S Gaither

I got my chair in the other day and it feels like a throne. Putting it together was kind of fun (especially when I found out that it was already lubed for me). Being able to customize the chair to accustom my sitting was pretty cool as well. The chair is pretty heavy out of all the chairs I move around and also to mention that it is freaking huge! My only con is that I wish I could sit a little higher in the chair but that's just me personally.

Todday S Gaither - Autonomous.ai

2 people found this helpful