I’ve said it time and time again, if you are sitting at your computer for hours at a time you should really invest in a good computer chair. If you have a bad or uncomfortable chair you could be doing some real damage to your body and no one want to be uncomfortable when they are doing work or trying to get that headshot in their favorite game. There are a ton of different chairs out there from gaming chairs to ergonomic chairs so it is hard to know which chair is going to be right for you. After using gaming chairs for quite a while I have ended up preferring ergonomic chairs. Today we are taking a look at one such chair, the FlexiSpot C7. This chair is relatively affordable, has a self-adaptive lumbar support, breathable mesh, and quite a lot of adjustment options. Let’s take a look!
Special thanks to FlexiSpot for providing us with the C7 Ergonomic Office Chair to review!
Suggested Height: 5.3 FT-6.5 FT
Suggested Shape: Small-Medium-Large
Work Duration: Full Day
Dimensions: 29″ L x 30″ W x 47-55″ H
Seat Dimensions: 21″ W x 17-20″ D
Seat Thickness: 6″
Back Dimensions: 23″ L x 20″ W
Armest Dimensions: 11″ L x 40″ W
Tilt Range: 93°-115°
Weight Capacity: 300 Lbs
Seat Material: Styling Foam
The C7 comes in a very large box, disassembled of course. This box is quite heavy so if you are going to be moving the chair up a flight of stairs you might want to get someone to help you.
We found all of the different parts of the chair inside the box nicely packaged and protected. There was no damage or visible scratches to any part of the chair.
You will have to assemble this chair yourself, but it is quite simple, and the instructions are easy to follow. I would say it took me about 20 minutes to get the chair completely together.