aeron's for cheap?
Jesse D.d.m. Wilbur
jdwilbur at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 27 11:05:40 EDT 2001
Joe Komenda wrote:
>When working on a website that was requiring several hundred pages to be
>groomed methodically, I sat in a most comfortable and ergonomic chair for
>about 6 hours without moving. Result: my upper back and neck locked up. Ow,
Yes, luckily I"ve worked for the dotcoms that were generous enough to give us
all aerons. The first place I worked had the fully loaded version - and I
recall putting in about 12 hours straight in it one day. No problems. The next
place I worked (and am still telecommuting to) had regular chairs for a while -
and then got the half-loaded version. But in the right size for me. And while I
never had to put in 12 hours again, I still visit the office sometimes - and
it's a huge difference between the time I can sit in that and be comfortable
and the time I can sit in this chair and be comfortable.
Of course, I'll agree with the couch option - better by far. Except I don't own
a couch yet. :)
Well, if anyone comes across a couple cheap ones, let me know. In the meantime
I'll try and scrimp and save for the nervetec ebay ones...
The big question is whether you are going to be able to say a hearty yes to your adventure. --Joseph Campbell
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