The ME8ERGLO Raynor Ergohuman chair is the headrest-free version of the popular Raynor ME7ERG Ergohuman Chair. This mesh chair offers exceptional comfort and futuristic styling, featuring a chrome and polished aluminum frame combined with a nylon mesh that conforms to and supports your body. The single-paddle mechanism allows you to take advantage of the ME8ERG's numerous adjustments through the manipulation of only one lever. All this makes for a chair that is as comfortable in the board room as at a computer workstation and that competes favorably with chairs costing several hundred dollars more.
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This desk purchase includes a free half-hour Online Ergonomic Training Webinar with an ergonomic pro. This webinar will help you learn how best to use ergonomic tools and make the right choices for your workstation. Anyone interested in building an ideal workspace for their own unique needs should take advantage of this offer. The webinar will cover valuable ergonomic essentials such as:
The ME8ERGLO Raynor Ergohuman Chair is the headrest-free version of one of our most popular chairs, the Raynor ME7ERG Ergohuman Chair. With an Ergohuman chair, you get all the high-end mechanisms and unique options that you deserve, improving productivity and overall comfort: benefits that are truly rewarding. The Raynor Ergohuman chair has been proven to provide a wide range of users the comfort and support expected from a high-end ergonomic chair. The Ergohuman chair has been designed for all day use but most users who sit for more than 5 hours a day will be more comfortable with an upholstered seat as they will further reduce pressure points. The good news is that this chair is available in several versions with upholstered seats, both with or without a mesh back, and with or without a headrest.
|Overall dimensions||26" W x 27.5" D x 40-46" H|
|Seat height||18.1 - 22.9" H|
|Seat dimensions||19.5" W x 15.5 - 17.75" D|
|Back dimensions||21.25" W x 21.5 - 23.5" H|
|Weight limit||250 lbs|
|Box size||33" H x 21" W x 26" D|
|Warranty||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
Raynor Ergohuman Chairs feature a one-piece, highly adjustable arm design.
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You can order the Raynor Ergohuman chair in one of more than 80 custom fabrics available from Raynor or send them your own fabric for a completely custom look. Read more about all the different Ergohuman models and upholstery options available on our Raynor Eurotech Ergohuman section page.
We offer ME7ERG chairs with open-box clearance pricing. For more information and availability, check out our Raynor Ergohuman ME7ERG Mesh Chair w/Headrest - Open Box Clearance listing.
Watch Professor Ergo himself show you how to adjust your Ergohuman Chair for proper sitting posture.
Gene Walker offers his impressions on the Ergohuman Chair.
Here's an affordably priced high-end ergonomic chair that we recommend to people between 5' 3'' and 6'2''. Approximately ninety-five percent of the population falls within this range, so this is a great choice for many people who are experiencing minor to moderate pain or discomfort, along with those who are just looking for an office chair upgrade. The Raynor Ergohuman offers good support at a good price, comes with a great lifetime warranty, and fits many body types. No wonder it's such a crowd pleaser.
June 11, 2011
This is my second erghohuman chair. I bought the first on, the me7-erg (the headrest version of this chair) about 4 years ago. I'm a film and video editor so I sit in front of computers all day. The first chair has been one of the best purchases I've ever made. I bought this new one because I needed a decent chair for a job away from my usual office. I could have bought anything I wanted. I didn't hesitate to buy this one. I like Aerons, but unquestionably the ergohuman's are superior chairs. Also, Humansolution is a great company from which to order. In L.A., I had the chair delivered within one day!!!
June 29, 2010
Chair is very comfortable. Only complaint is that when the arms are all the way down, they are still too high. I am 5'11" and sitting straight up, my arms are two high. That is not ergonomically correct. Do you possibly have shorter arms we can exchange?
Not good enough
August 29, 2009
The chair had a wobble where the gas cylinder meets the chair seat and would make a loud clunking noise often. This is something I associate with much less expensive chairs. The fabric was very rough as well, catching clothing. The lumbar support protrudes too far for me and is spring-loaded but not really adjustable in the sense of moving it away. Truth is, I didn't think the chair was worth the money. I sought out a Haworth Zody chair and have been pretty impressed with it after two weeks.