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Nightingale CXO Mesh Chair with Headrest Option 6200 & 6200D
The Nightingale CXO 6200 Chair and Nightingale CXO 6200D Chair with Headrest offer contemporary styling and amazing comfort. Cool air flow from the mesh back compliments a cushioned, memory foam seat and a gel lumbar support you can position exactly the way you want. This Canadian beauty is a design award winner too, having earned Design Journal's ADEX PLATINUM Award for design excellence. Small details such as super soft, polyurethane arms and even a coat hook on the back of the chair make this an excellent choice for someone seeking an executive level, comfortable chair for all day use.Read More...
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HeadrestThe Nightingale CXO Chair 6200 can be ordered
with or without a headrest.
- Provides extra support to reduce stress on your neck and shoulders
- Can be added or removed at a later date
- Made with Enersorb memory foam for greater comfort
- Covered in a 4-way stretch fabric to provide better air circulation or matching leather upholstery
Nightingale CXO Chairs are available in fabric or leather upholstery on the seat, headrest, and lumbar support. The fabric used for the seat on the Nightingale CXO mesh back chair is 100% polyester and has the WS cleaning code. It can withstand 100,000 rubs and will hold up for years. We recommend the standard fabric as it has 4-way stretch and offers maximum comfort with the Enersorb foam seat, plus a woven fabric will decrease the give of your seat.
Grade 1 - Mystic
Grade 3 - Beehave
Grade 5 - Moguls
Grade 7 - Meridian
- Dark gray frame comes standard on the Nightingale CXO Chairs
- Polished aluminum frame upgrades the finish on the base, arm triggers, back trim and casters
Select hard casters for carpeted floors or soft casters for hard floors, including concrete and tile.
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The Nightingale CXO 6200 and 6200D Chairs offer extreme comfort combined with elegant styling. This Nightingale Mesh Chair's seat is crafted of ENERSORB memory foam covered by a custom-knitted fabric that stretches with the foam to provide a soft yet supportive seat, reducing pressure on your spine and hips. The contoured mesh back keeps you comfortable no matter the temperature and flexes to allow for supportive yet personalized back support. The mesh chair back also lets users rest comfortably against its gel-filled lumbar support. Additionally, the synchronous tilt mechanism allows you to rock back with ease or lock your back into any position, offering a variety of postures to break up static postures throughout the work day.
Nightingale CXO Chair 6200 & 6200D
- Contoured mesh back comes standard in an attractive black/gray finish providing cool back support
- High density, high resiliency Enersorb memory foam contours to fit your body, and it incorporates a "waterfall" design that gently slopes away from the legs, minimizing pressure on the thighs and promoting good posture
- Stretch-knit fabric on seat on the CXO 6200D chair and headrest provide better air circulation
- Adjustable height and depth lumbar back support with gel pad
- CXO 6200D Chair includes the ratchet headrest adjustment filled with Enersorb memory foam for individual comfort.
Note: the headrest can be removed or added to the CXO 6200 at a later date
- Easy to use, finger-tip height and width adjustable arms with super soft polyurethane arm pads
- Synchronous knee-tilt swivel mechanism with infinite position tilt-lock, pneumatic seat height adjustment and tension control
Nightingale CXO 6200 Mesh Chair Specifications
|CXO without headrest||27-29.5" W x 36.5-41" H|
|CXO with headrest||27-29.5" W x 47.5-55" H|
|Seat dimensions||20" W x 19-21.5" D x 16-21" H|
|Back width||22" W|
|Weight limit||275 lbs|
Video Review - Nightingale CXO 6200 Mesh Chair with Headrest
Check out our video review of the Nightingale CXO 6200 below.
Back - Nightingale CXO 6200 Chair
- Adjustable height lumbar support fits most users
- Mesh back allows for air to circulate
Arms - Nightingale CXO 6200 Chair
- 3" width adjustment
- 4" height adjustment
- 3" depth adjustment
- 30 degree arm pivot
Seat - Nightingale CXO 6200 Chair
- Seat cushion is filled with Enersorb foam which molds to your body when you sit and reverts to its original form when you stand up
- 4-way stretch fabric provides for better airflow
- Waterfall seat edge minimizes pressure on legs and encourages good posture
- Seat slider allows for depth adjustment to better fit each user
Adjustment - Nightingale CXO 6200 ChairThe CXO mechanism's features will accommodate you while you work.
- Synchronous knee-tilt mechanism with infinite position tilt-lock
- Tension control can be adjusted to fit users individual preference
- Pneumatic seat height adjustment
- Seat Height Raise or lower the seat to match your height
- Seat Depth Change the seat depth to match the length of your thighs
- Back Angle Adjust the back angle independently from the position of your seat
- Synchro-Tilt Movement Backrest reclines at a faster rate than the seat, opening your posture and promoting healthy movement
- Tilt Tension Increase or decrease the recline tension to match your body weight
- Chair Tilt Lock Allows you to lock your chair at a comfortable working angle
- Arm Height Adjust the chair arm height to match your natural elbow height
- Arm Width Arms adjust inward and outward to match your body width
- Lumbar Raise or flatten the curvature of your lumbar support
- Waterfall Seat Edge Contoured or flexible seat edge reduces pressure at the backs of the knees
- Adjustable Headrest Raise or lower the headrest to match your height. Some headrests may also feature depth adjustment
- Contoured Cushions Contoured cushions follow the natural curvature of your body helping to evenly disperse pressure and give full support
- Seat Height Raise or lower the seat to match your height
Professor Ergo's Thoughts:
The Nightingale CXO's Enersorb seat is different from memory foam as it conforms to fit your body unlike most foams that merely push against your body. This results in a soft, yet supportive seat making this far more comfortable than most mesh chairs.
Good, not great. Not worth the money.
February 14, 2016
Pretty nice chair overall but not worth $1,000. The seat is very nice for working long hours and the back support is acceptable, but doesn't compare with Herman Miller Embody's or SteelCase leap's. Adjustability is alright. I would like the lumbar support to go a bit higher but that's just me. My main problem is with the arm rests and head rest. The arm rests are too far away. Even at their farthest back position they are too close to my desk, preventing me from getting close enough to use my keyboard and mouse without slouching, so I just push them down and don't use them. At their farthest forward position, my fingers rest on the back... The head rest, even at the highest position, pushes against my lower neck. You can't actually rest your head on it unless fully reclined, anyway...and by then you're staring at the ceiling. Also, after only 3 days, the left arm rest started creaking on the rare occasion I do use it.
Pros:Comfortable seat, can sit in for a long time. Decent back support.
Cons:Arm rests are too far away to use properly with a desk despite adjustments. Head rest is useless and pushes against lower neck / upper back.
Good, with a caveat....
July 24, 2014
I've had the chair for a couple of months now and use it every day in my home office. I'm 6ft 1in and 240lbs and sit in front of a computer or on the phone all day. I also have pretty regular back pain that keeps me from being able to use a non-ergo chair for very long. So, about this particular chair: Pros: It is a very solid chair - heavy and obviously well built. Overall it is comfortable with plenty of adjustment variation. Armrests are nice and wide and I can always get them right where I want them. The seat cushion is nice and plush and the back of the chair is well formed. The headrest comes in handy when I'm on the phone and want to stretch back a bit with some support. And I like that the back is tall - I really liked the Aeron as well but the thing that kept me from purchasing one is the fall off at the top of the seat - I was always searching for more upper back support in the Aeron. Also I wanted an option for a headrest that was OEM. Cons are few but, I feel, significant: I'm not sure if it's the angle of the area where the back meets the seat or the shape of the back/seat, but even with the lower back support pushed all the way in toward my body, I still would like more support in that area. I'm not sure if what I'm looking for is a broader support area rather than the horizontal foam pad... it just seems to not work as well as I'd like. The chair seems to allow me to slide down a bit as time goes on, adding pressure to my lower back. I still step away at the end of the day with some lower back pain which did not happen with the Aeron. It's not terrible but just something to consider if you have similar issues. Overall it is a very nice chair and I do not regret spending the money on it. It may not be what I would purchase if this one was broken but it's a good unit.
April 5, 2011
The Human Solution had an expert (forgot his name) that showed me this chair and how it would help my back. I gave it a try and can say that this is by far the most comfortable chair I've ever owned. I sat in many ergo chairs but wanted a chair with good cushion. This is it.
Thank you for this chair!
July 30, 2009
I almost bought an Aeron but Kara said that the seat and lumbar on the Nightingale CXO is a lot more comfortable. I've sat in an Aeron before and Kara was so right. Thank you for suggesting the CXO because I'm a happy camper.