Recently we’ve reviewed a few different Autonomous products including their ErgoChair 2 and Smart Desk 2. They have recently announced their Kinn Chair and sent one over for review. They tell us that the Kinn is their best ergonomic office chair for better posture, greater range of movement and stronger well-being at and away from your work. The Kinn chair is very different from chairs we’ve reviewed in the past, it uses a TPE material that molds to your body, which is interesting to say the least. Like other Autonomous chairs there are many levers and buttons which allow you to completely dial the chair in to your liking. While this chair uses unique materials and has a different design is it actually a chair that is comfortable? Read on as we find out!
The Autonomous Kinn Chair comes disassembled in a very large box, which is pretty standard for any office chair.
When we opened the box up we were a bit surprised that many of the parts had shifted around and fallen out of their protective packaging. Also our instructions and screws we had to dig through the box to find. Out of all of the Autonomous products we’ve reviewed this is the first time we’ve had an issue like this.
Getting everything out of the box there is not a whole lot, which leads us to think assembly will not be all that difficult. You have your two pieces of the chair, the base, caster wheels, a set of screws, a set of hex bolts, a hex key, gas strut, and assembly instructions.