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Raynor Ergohuman Chairs

The Ergohuman Chair collection offers a stylish combination of form, function, and comfort. These executive-level chairs can compete favorably against more expensive options, offering eight different adjustments, large adjustable arm pads, prominent lumbar support, a headrest option, your choice of fabrics, and a lifetime warranty. More petite users may prefer the Ergohuman Elite, which features a seat that's slightly narrower than those on the original Ergohumans.


Raynor Ergohumans are among our most popular chairs, providing excellent value and all the functionality you'd expect from a top-end ergonomic chair. Ergohuman chairs adjust in eight different ways, and several models include an adjustable headrest. Most models usually ship the next business day.

All Ergohuman Chairs Feature:

  • Pneumatic height adjustment - adjust seat height with the flip of a lever
  • Back height adjustment - raise the back of your chair to position the lumbar support where you need it
  • Versatile arm support - the armrests are height adjustable and pivot inward, outward, forward and back for support while you type.
  • Back angle adjustment and tilt tension control - users can lock the seat back into different positions or leave the seat back unlocked to free-float and to rock at will
  • Synchro tilt mechanism - raises the chair seat in a 2:1 ratio to the back tilt to maintain a comfortable posture
  • Seat depth adjustment - moves the seat forward or back so most users from 5' 4" to 6' 2" sit comfortably
  • Supportive frame - 250 pound weight capacity

Get your Ergohuman chair FAST! Mesh and leather Ergohumans ship within one business day. If you'd prefer a more custom look, choose from more than 80 fabric options which all ship within 5-7 business days.

How to adjust your Ergohuman chair

Watch Professor Ergo himself show you how to adjust your Ergohuman Chair for proper sitting posture.

Ergohuman Chair Review

Gene Walker offers his impressions on the Ergohuman Chair.