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Ergonomic Chair Review: Raynor Ergohuman ME7ERG
The Raynor Ergohuman ME7ERG is a classic ergonomic chair, and one many people love. We find it's a more comfortable alternative to the Herman Miller Aeron chair, and it has some great adjustments. From hardcore gamers to executive offices, this chair fits a lot of niche needs - mostly because it's incredibly comfortable and offers versatility in its adjustments. It also looks nice in the modern office space.
One of the reasons that the ME7ERG stands out is that it's our go-to suggestion for customers looking for a mesh chair with a headrest. It is not easy to find these two features combined in one high-quality chair at such a reasonable price. Many chairs that come with a headrest tend to be expensive, so it's nice that the ME7ERG is an option for people looking for top ergonomic comfort on a budget.
Sometimes referred to as the V1, this chair offers some great adjustments and features. The back and headrest are height adjustable, so you can position the back where it best fits you, and then you can also bring the headrest to you. The lower lumbar design of the back is on a slight spring, so the lower lumbar moves with you as you position yourself against the chair. Many people with lower back problems love this part of the chair because they feel it supports them in a very specific way.
The back is also designed with a lower lumbar support that curves in a way that supports your lower back. The arms are height and width adjustable as well. You can adjust the tension on the back's recline, and you can also lock the back in a few recline positions. For this reason, gamers really love this chair.
Check out the video review above to see the chair in action! The Raynor Ergohuman ME7ERG is one of our favorite chairs to discuss, so please feel free to reach out if you have questions about this or other chairs. We can help you figure out what the best option is for you.
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