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The 9 best office chairs for working from home, according to reviewers — starting at just $56

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It may be officially safe to say that so many more folks are working from home for much longer than initially intended. With this in mind, these people are more consciously trying to find ways to make their workspaces more productive and, above, all more comfortable.

One of the easiest ways to achieve this is with the perfect chair that best suits your needs and setup.

Whether you use an electric sit-stand desk or a smaller, more compact writing desk, the right office chair can completely change both your productivity levels throughout the day and your overall comfort.

Currently, there are hundreds of office chairs on the market, making it almost impossible for the casual shopper to find the right one. Also, sometimes you may not know which one’s right for you unless you have a visual in front of you.

In an effort to make your shopping experience a bit easier, we’ve compiled some of the best options you can find, separated into nine categories.

Find a more detailed perspective of each chair below, complete with a defining customer review.

1. Best Overall: Hbada Office Swivel Desk Chair With Flip-Up Arms And Adjustable Height, $149.99 (Orig. $169.99)

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Over 6,000 five-star reviews

Top Review:

It has just enough support and height, and I love that even with the arms down, as I’m typing, they don’t touch my arms. So, when I’m in work mode, I’m free, and when I want to lean back and think about what I’ve composed, I can do so comfortably.”

2. Top Under-$100 Option: Mid-back Pu Leather Exerutive Conference Home Office Chair, $93.99 (Orig. $103.99)

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4.6 out of 5 five stars

Top Review:

"Chair arrived quickly — quicker than anticipated. No issues with assembly. Item is as pictured. We were looking for an inexpensive, basic office chair for occasional use, so we got what we were looking for."

3. Most Affordable: Furmax Ergonomic Mesh Chair With Lumbar Support, From $55.99

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Over 15,000 five-star reviews

Top Review:

“This chair by Furmax gets a 5/5 in every category. It took me just about 25 minutes to assemble. I’d say this chair takes 15 minutes tops to assemble when done precisely and correctly. The moment I sat in it, I was instantly relieved of any doubt of speculation that it wouldn’t be of long-term use for me.”

4. Best Ergonomic Option: Vari Task Chair With Headrest, $350

Vari Task Chair With Headrest
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No tool-assembly required

Top Review:

"Boasting features of a $1,500 office chair at a $300 price with fantastic customer service. I had to upgrade my home office given the COVID-19 situation. My work office has an ergonomic chair with a $2,000 price tag. I bought this and found it to be better."

5. Most Adjustable Option: FlexiSpot Soutien Ergonomic Office Chair, $269.99 (Orig. $299.99)

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Newly released — over 100 five-star reviews

Top Review:

“This is the best office chair I bought, ever! Very sturdy and comfortable with all these thoughtful and useful adjustment designs. Really a big release of my bad back.”

6. Best For Back Pain: FelixKing Ergonomic Desk Chair With Adjustable Height and Lumbar Support, $118.99 (Orig. $159.99)

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Over 1,600 five-star reviews

Top Review:

"I use this chair every day. After a couple [of] weeks using it, my back didn't hurt as much as before. So, I recommend this chair to people who sit for most of the day."

7. Top Glam Option: Wade Logan Inez Velvet Task Chair, $127.99 (Orig. $159.99)

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Over 2,000 five-star reviews

Top Review:

“This chair looks good, and it’s comfortable. I also like that it raises up and down. I needed one that had height to work with the console I purchased to use as a writing desk. I recommend if you’re looking for an on-trend piece.”

8. Best Big And Tall Option: Steelcase Leap Plus Desk Chair With 300lb Weight Capacity, $973

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Recently released

Top Review:

Worth every penny. Sturdy. I didn’t feel like I was falling out of the chair or it was falling out from under me. Great adjustability.”

9. Amazon’s Choice: Amazon Basics Classic Puresoft PU-Padded Mid-Back Office Computer Chair, $79.75

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Over 5,800 five-star reviews

Top Review:

“This chair is so beautiful and comfy. It was easy to put together. All it took was a little patience. I love that it tilts back, and the armrests are perfect.”

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