Autonomous ErgoChair 2 Overview
The Autonomous ErgoChair 2 comes in six different color options, we received the “Cool Grey” version, but there is also Evergreen, All Black, Red Apple, Black & White, and Baby Blue.
The first thing that I really noticed about the ErgoChair 2 was the mesh. I am used to gaming chairs, which have PU leather and really do not offer any way for the chair to “breathe”. With the ErgoChair 2 the entire back and headrest are made of Korean mesh. Talking about the headrest it can be adjusted 70 mm up and down and angled up to 45 degrees for the best fit.
Autonomous has upgraded the seat on the ErgoChair 2 from the original version. The foam seat is soft, but supportive and is made to keep its shape over time. It is covered in breathable fabric. The seat can be moved back and forward up to 60 mm and angled up and down.
The arm rests have a soft coating on them, which is very comfortable. These can also be adjusted, so you can move them up or down by 70 mm, left or right by 30 mm, and front and back by 40 mm.
Taking a look at the back of the chair we have an interesting design. Typically with mesh-style chairs they just the mesh backing and nothing else there. With the ErgoChair 2 you have built-in lumbar support as well as an Italian-designed tilt mechanism. The lumbar support is of course designed to sit against your lower back and of course you can angle the char back and forward for the lumbar support which best suits your needs. The tilt mechanism allows you to tilt the back of the chair effortlessly and you can even set different levels of resistance.
Finally at the bottom of the chair we have the wheels that allow you to easily move the chair around your office space. Also below the chair are most of the controls, which we will get into on the next page.