Nightingale CXO 6200-HD: Bigger, Stronger, and More Comfortable
One of the coolest parts about being a new employee for Human Solution is that you get to try out all the ergonomic chairs in the showroom. I’ve spent much of the past couple of days getting to know our products, basically by getting to sit in a bunch of really awesome chairs. As a fairly big guy, at 6’1” and 250 lbs, I find myself right on the cusp of many ergonomic chairs’ factory set weight limits. I may have been a bit paranoid as I proceeded with my testing due to an irrational fear that my coworkers' first impression would be one of me breaking a chair and clumsily crashing to the floor. I could only imagine the damage to both the merchandise and my self-esteem!
Fortunately, that fear never came to fruition. It was, however, why I kept my movements slow and controlled as I tentatively lowered myself into the Nightingale CXO 6200 HD. Turns out, I had nothing to fear after all, because the Nightingale CXO 6200 HD is perhaps the sturdiest office chair on the market. It’s got all the bells and whistles of any other ergonomic chair, but with one big difference: It is built like tank. A super comfortable, sleek, ergonomic tank, but a tank none the less.
Built with a heavy duty pneumatic cylinder and a steel-reinforced frame, the Nightingale CXO 6200 HD has a 450 lb weight capacity. The chair comes equipped with an ENERSORB foam seat forms to your body, evenly distributing weight to encourage healthy circulation, and a mesh back to keep you cool. Height, seat depth, arm height, arm width, and tilt tension can all be easily adjusted, and the built-in Lumbar support is adjustable both vertically and horizontally. One of my other favorite features of the Nightingale CXO 6200 HD is its headrest. Easily attached or removed with just three screws, and sporting a nifty coat hook, the ratchet headrest can be raised high enough for taller users and also sports the super comfortable ENERSORB memory foam.
Of all the wonderful chairs I've had the pleasure of trying out here, the Nightingale CXO 6200 was far and away my favorite. It has the comfort and support you would expect of any high-end office chair, but the piece of mind that comes with knowing that I basically can't break it is a pretty nice bonus.
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