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Andre W.

Ian E.

Joanna G.

Mike R.

Rebecca D.

Stevon R.

Maarten O.

jake D.


138. Andre W.
Dual monitors, oh how I love thee
Your gaze's hypnotic
But we have to talk
The time we spend together I treasure
We go way, way back
But my posture is off track

See your sibling, my age old chair
She is cold, hard and rigid
She cares for me not

Please tell her I have found a new love
I know it will be hard for her
But she must go

My new love holds me gently
I float when I am with her
Her support engulfs me

We met on Steelcase lane
Under a full moon sky
She wore a Wasabi green

Many will try to woo her
But my voice must be heard
$449 might as well be a million... but I will not be deterred!

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139. Ian E.
There are many things I would sacrifice for love - sports tickets, life savings, perhaps even a kidney; and love is the reason why I left my previous office chair back in Cardiff, Wales. In 2007 I left behind my home, family, and my office chair, to move 4000 miles to Chicago to be with the love of my life.

Two years on, I'm happily married, but still without a decent home office chair. I'm not prepared to settle for just any office chair, however, as the editor of a green travel website, my home office is as green as I can craft it. Recycled envelopes, fairtrade coffee, low energy lighting, the works - and an eco-friendly Cobi chair would fit in perfectly.

As a creative I'm also a little messy, a little fidgety. perhaps it's the travel bug in me, but I just can''t seem to keep still. So a Cobi with multiple seating positions will help keep me working, and out of the chiropractors office. So my tale is one of boy meets girl, boy leaves office chair and moves 4000 miles, boy enters contest to win the perfect chair. Let's hope for a happy ending.

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140. Joanna G.
As a newly-licensed nurse in 2007, I had an amazing opportuniy to volunteer at a little healthcare facility in Glennallen, AK. The few staff I worked with spent numerous, exhausting hours seeing patients both day and night. On a typical day I would assist in triaging and treating patients with chest pain, lacerations, and broken bones. It was extremely rewarding, yet grueling work.

This experience has ignited a strong passion in me to provide relief to suffering individuals in an efficient manner. It has motivated me to pursue a nurse practitioner degree with the dream of someday offering healthcare services to remote Alaskan populations via an online system of telehealth. With this goal in mind, I am well aware of the many hours I will spend in front of a computer, both throughout my education and after it is completed.

I am convinced that a well-designed Cobi chair would help prevent chronic musculoskeletal injuries that threaten to occur when much time is spent in the sitting position. By maintaining proper skeletal alignment and ergonomics, the Cobi chair would be comfortable and healthy while I use my desktop computer on a daily basis. The durability of a Cobi chair would see me through the completion of my degree, and continue to benefit me as I attempt to aid remotely-located residents of Alaska!

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141. Mike R.
I am a computer engineer by trade. While working on a report for a post-degree school project I realized the detrimental effect technology has on our environment. Many toxins that go into the production of chips and the waste products stemming from the creation, consumption, and disposal of hardware further pollute the earth. Well, I was already knee deep in a career in the field that I just realized was devastating the environment. What could I do? I could do my best to mitigate the environmental cost of technology!

I became a storage and consolidation engineer. My goal is to turn many servers into fewer servers thereby increasing the utilization of the available computing resources while decreasing the space, cooling, and electricity required to run said server environment. I've pushed my company as hard as I can from my role as an engineer to move towards a "virtualize first" attitude. Server virtualization (such as VMware, Xen) is one of the main ways to consolidate and drive down demand for electricity and cooling.

I've helped foster a partnership with big name virtualization companies and have also worked closely with our sales team to make sure they offer virtualized solutions first! So why me? Well right now I''m sitting on a wooden stool and my neck is killing me! Don't you want me to be comfortable while I'm doing my part to save the planet?

Why a COBI? Steelecase is a top name in quality and PearsonLloyd is off the hook with their designs. Put the two together and I'll have a chair that is the envy of all my computing cohorts. I will let them all know where they can get one of their own. My office is also due for new chairs. If you gave me a COBI how could I not put a good word in ;) I'd type out a really interesting story right now but my neck is killing me so I have to get up from the PC!!

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142. Rebecca D.
Oh, where to start...perhaps here, where I sit, on my curbside find of a chair, an old institutional chair, one that I must get up and dance around every hour or so, so as not to loose complete feeling of my derierre. It's metal, which I love, and it has wood, which I love, both unfortunately would have served me better as a table I think...oh, and my desk, I know you didn't ask, but I must confess...is an old sewing machine cabinet with the sewing machine long gone. It was my niece's for a while, so some things have been carved into it. There's a big hole in the center of the right side where the machine use to be, so my laptop covers that, and I suppose it's good for ventilation.

But I wonder...I wonder if...I were to win this magnificent chair, a beautiful blend of aesthetic and practicality, one that could be built to complement my personality...if I might be able to sit at the right height as to not end my day with a heating pad on my back...or maybe, I'll be SO inspired by owning my very own Cobi that I, dare I say it, buy a proper work desk...one at which i would sit and, not needing for physical interruptions to gain circulation, more quickly launch the new company that I am currently working on which will (honestly) be putting 90% of the profits towards installing renewable energy systems in K-12 schools...

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143. Stevon R.
I'm 6'4" so it's really hard for me to find chairs that are actually comfortable and built for people my height. Because I'm a digital video editor and am generally geeky, I spend most of my waking hours in the digital world. For about seven years now I've been using a very old manager's chair (which isn't really even suited for a computer workstation). It has poor back support, and I'm pretty sure it's interfering with the circulation in my legs. I keep hoping the strut will go bad or a wheel will break so I can finally get rid of it, so I can have an excuse to order a nice one. But the [darned -ed.] thing is too sturdy!

Also, every time I go into one of the local office stores, I'm continually disappointed by the build quality for chairs today. It's obvious that many of them are built to fail within the first few months, and why crap up the landfills with something that's only marginally better than what I'm using? In the mean time, I'm stuck with this beast.

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144. Maarten O.
I do need a good chair. Not because my posture is bad or I do not even have an office chair, even though this is true, I need a chair for my partner.

My partner works as an assistant professor and she works a lot from her chair, writing articles, a book, grading student papers, reviewing books, drawing up proposals. The chair she had as a grad student (which she found along the road years before) just did not cut it anymore. Since we either buy used or eco-friendly new furniture our choice is limited to what our budget allows or to what we can make ourselves. So when she started her job, two years back, we found here an office chair at a local used furniture store, an orange chair, cute, but a recipe for cutting off blood circulation and increasing back pains, as she found out.

Over the same last two years my partner supported me as a grad student, and I promised to get her a chair when I would earn money. We surfed the web for chairs that sit well and are designed from cradle to cradle, dreaming. Then the opportunity to earn money rolled downhill with the economy, and suddenly the chair became the reward for rolling this opportunity back up the hill, a Sisyphus task. And although I am not easily deterred, the money I did earn teaching ethics to engineers seeped away into fixing an old car, replacing a broken vacuum cleaner, buying new pots and pans, visiting family.

But then through a crack in the firmament, a tiny light emerged, a glimmer of hope: a shortcut to the top of the hill, a possibility to fulfill a promise, improve a posture and alleviate back pain, and on top of that with a design that fits our vision of the world and the design of her work space. And it even comes in orange!

I do need a chair, but not just any chair, I need a Steelcase Cobi Chair in black and orange, so my partner can face another daunting year from an ergonomic position. And then one day in the future, when I earn more money we can buy that chair a little brother, so we still have something to dream about.

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145. Jake D.
I'm a 19 year old web developer/designer currently attending the art institutes, and I''ve been struggling to make it from day to day. Recently my chair broke and it forced me to use a hard-wood chair with no cushions and after just 20 minutes I start feeling pain in both my back and my legs.

I miss the days where I could sit down and enjoy working for hours on end. It's almost as if I'm being withheld from my passion. I truly believe that having a Cobi chair would allow me to return to the passion filled working, without the tedious back and leg pain. Please help.

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146. Vickie C.
Frankly this is the first time I've heard of the Cobi Chair. It really looks comfortable an sturdy, and the chair I have now we got at Staples several years ago is broken and won't adjust. I spend a lot of time on the internet doing things to advance my brain activity per Doctors orders. I know that sounds stupid, but 10 yrs ago I had a brain anuersym that burst, at age 43 my life changed.

I was a nurse that loved my job, an I had to retire. My health has gone downhill since, and it left me with brain damage, thus I have to do things to try to keep my brain from losing anymore function than it already has. So a good chair would be a Godsend to me. I have a lot of problems from my injury but I'm alive and happy to be here. I can't do nursing anymore but I'm now a foster parent an just adopted our teenage daughter so I have a lot to still give, and I think keeping my mind busy has helped!

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147. Patricia C.
I got a computer from my girls 6 years ago, and they gave me the cheap chair I asked for. When the back started to fall off, my neighbor welded it on for free. It is crooked, but it was free and I tend to sit that way....maybe that is why my back is bothering me so lately. I NEED a new Cobi chair with arms, that swivels, and the height can be adjusted........Please!

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148. Val F.
I need a Cobi chair! My chair cuts blood flow to the back of my thighs, forces me to wear old lady support socks, and compresses my lower back. When I stand up, I look like the tin man! Ohhh, my body aches for comfort. Comfort a Cobi could give me!

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149. Rachelle L.
Currently the chair I sit in is a hand me down from my deceased father-in-law. Somewhere down the line there was something was spilled on the seat. So now, everytime I get off the chair, I catch the puppy licking my seat. So I get to come back and settle on a nice damp puppy-spit-stained seat.

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150. Cherie B.
I should win a Cobi home office chair because my dog ate my old desk chair - seriously. He chewed it up (sorry no photo - I had to throw it away)! I promise to keep my dog away from my new Cobi chair !

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151. Natalie B.
Wow, if anyone needs a new office chair it is me and my husband!

We have been married for a year and just bought our first house. One of our spare bedrooms is our new home office. While we lived in an apartment, we used a dining room chair at our desk. Using a dining room chair is not a big deal when the desk and dining table are about 6 feet apart! But now that our dining table is downstairs and the desk is upstairs...we have resorted to just ''making do with what we have''.

I will be emailing a picture of our current setup so you can really appreciate the pitifulness of this, but allow me to describe: we are using a stepstool to sit on! It goes with our bedroom furniture and my husband hijacked it to sit at the computer with. My sewing table is also in the office and I, too, use the stepstool to sit on while I sew. When I learned about the Cobi chair I was really impressed.

I wish I could try one out; they sound incredible. It's amazing they can make a chair that is smart enough to sense my center of gravity and adjust so that my weight is supported evenly. My lower back always hurts after hours of sitting at the computer or sewing machine and I have a hunch that Cobi would adjust to my posture and take the pressure off my back! We will eventually have to break down and buy a real office chair, but we haven't been able to find one that we both like and that is within our budget.

Cobi sounds like a chair that would fit both our comfort levels (and believe me, they can be pretty different!), and if we WON a Cobi I think our only debate would be what color to get! In closing, I hope that you will consider giving us the Cobi so we can put that decorative stepstool back in the bedroom where it belongs!

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152. Barbara S.
I am a poor college student who is paying all the costs out of pocket. I will be in school another 4 years and currently use an old kitchen chair from the 1970's that hurts my back. I am earning my undergrad and will be attending law school next fall with a focus on minority and women's issues. I realize that I will most likely not earn a great living doing that but I believe in helping others and know I will be far happier than if I made the ''big bucks'' encouraging people to get nasty divorces.

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153. Ricardo R.
I'm retired military, I have 3 girls and everything in my home is either pink, purple or sherbert. I would like to have a Cobi chair in camoflauge print and it will be all mine. Please make me one. Please. For the love of humanity.

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154. Lisa Q.
I am a graphic designer and an aging athlete (46 yrs old). My work chair does not work with my bum or often bad back. I have attach all sorts of cushions to it and it is still uncomfortable. If I win a Cobi chair my bum and back will thank you! I can design in comfort!

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155. Teresa H.
I would love to have a Cobi to replace my old chair that my kids destroyed long ago. I love the sleek modern appearance and the idea of designing my own!

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156. Kevin B.
I'm ashamed to say it, but I go from work to home, working on one computer to another. Working on various work (paying projects) to the non-paying projects (hobbies) I have. Hopefully they will pay out one day. As such, I find myself siting in front of a computer at least 14 or more hours a day. Yes, I know I should get out on my bike more and exercise, but there's so much to do! My chairs at work and at home are okay, but when you consider my total time sitting, they are ill suited to what I do. Maybe one of these days my "hobbies" will become my job, and I will have more exercise time. (Yeah, right!)

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157. Hallie D.
This dazzling Cobi chair will find the first available flight to greet, and comfort this graduate student,just days away from her Master's of Architecture. Together, she and the chair will spend nights that blur into mornings buttoning up portfolios, negotiating job offers, and daydreaming of an in-sight future to DC. Yes! Soon, us two will spark the pilgrimage, leaving behind the cornfields of Ohio to a huge new glamorous life, where we'll literally "build" our way to the top.

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158. Teresa I.
I'm setting up my first home office after getting laid off. Last parting gift from my old job? Carpel tunnel syndrome. Not willing to sacrifice style for ergonomics, a brand new Cobi chair will keep my wrists happy and my house beautiful. Now if it could only keep my from checking Facebook all day, it would be the perfect office addition.

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159. Owain R.
I would like a chair that works, a simple yet clear cut design, a comfortable design, a chair that speaks a thousand bottoms and will give me pleasure for the next forty years, and more... I say isn't that the cobi chair I need? Yes, please.

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160. Ellen H.
I am a researcher and writer who spends an enormous amount of time in front of my computer. Last summer, the disc between my L4-L5 vertebrae ruptured and I ended up having surgery in December. The surgery was successful, but I had horrible muscular complications. I'm going to start working full-time again in September, though my back isn't yet completely healed.

My current office chair is in storage, so I don't have a picture of it, but suffice it to say that I purchased it from Costco for financial reasons. It is horrible for my back, and I desperately need a new chair that with superior design in order to help facilitate both the healing process and my work! I believe that the Cobi chair would be an excellent fit for me. The design is outstanding, and it is clear that ergonomics and functionality were key concerns in the conception and manufacture of the chair. I would be proud to have a Cobi chair in my home office and to sit in it while I write what will hopefully be my masterpiece!

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161. Frank L.
Cobi. I've spent 7 yrs in college. No, I'm not a doctor. I was a Member of Studio804. It was made up of of 22 Graduate Students. We built a Sustainable House. We worked 100+ hrs a week. I just graduated with a Masters in Architecture. Now I have $80,000+ tuition debt. I'm working two jobs, waiter and delivery driver. In my spare-time I enter architecture competitions. I'm living week by week. I've applied to over 70+ firms. No interviews. I want to design for the pedestrian. Not the car. I believe reducing urban sprawl by reducing car dependency. I want to help our world. I''m now living with 6 people to reduce rent.

I have no office chair. I have a kitchen chair. I need relaxation. Cobi chairs are comfortable. They can reduce stress. Cobi could enhance my work environment. Cobi will inspire better designs. Cobi could get me a job. Cobi could help me, to help you.

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162. Todd B.
I'm an Industrial Design student, and I first heard of this chair from a professor who was discussing eco-friendly products with me. I took a look at the Cobi Chair and was very surprised by it's design. Most notable is the elegant curvature of the back piece, the close attention to detail at the base and on the arm rests, and of course, the green aspect of it.

I have been living with an IKEA SKRUVSTA desk chair with a broken hydraulic shaft for a few years now and it''s beginning to take a toll on my back. While it seemed like a good inexpensive idea at the time, this chair doesn''t have any upper back support AT ALL. It actually doesn't offer much of anything other than somewhat decent looks.

I spend the majority of my time sitting at my desk designing. I think during one weekend of finals I spent nearly 36 straight hours at my desk. Sure hope I don't have to ever do that again. I''ve been casually looking for a new chair, but as with most students, I just don''t have the budget for one right now causing me to put a future chair in my wish list. A new Cobi Chair would be a perfect addition to my apartment, and a much needed gift to my back.

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163. Juan Manuel C.
Legendary seating: Andy Warhol's famous red couch, or the chair in the Maxwell ad, you know the one where the guy is being blown away. These were more than just seats for resting the old dogs, they were a place to make a statement.M

You guys know this more than anyone; you're in the business of comfy and chic. Now I may have my paintings, and my sculptures, but I need a place where I can go and be inspired while remaining ergonomic. My mom's old chair full of cat hair is no longer cutting it. If I am meant for great things, which I am sure I am, I will need a great throne, and I've done the research and Cobi is what is right for me.

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164. Amanda E.
I should win a Cobi chair because.... I'm an interior design student and I have used this eco-friendly chair in my latest design. I am incredibly impressed by its form and function. I appreciate green design and I am planning on becoming LEED certified next semester before I enter the design field. I am a poor college student who appreciates great design, but I don't have the money for it.

My sister was married last week and I've recently been doing research for her office chair in her new apartment. I chose the cobi chair as my favorite but I would love to win this chair for her and give it to her for her present and allow her to work from home in a great ergonomic chair. I LOVE steelcase and I LOVE the Cobi chair. Thank you for this opportunity. Remember I'm poor but ''m a smart cookie who needs a little help giving a great wedding present.

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165. Christopher A.
Because four sticks and a paper bag would be an upgrade from my current office chair, let alone a Cobi.

I also would be setting a good example at my office, which recently moved into a new building but didn't do all that it could to be certified green. Plus getting to choose my own colors would speak well towards my status at work as someone who works effortlessly and obviously to look and present myself as stylish and put-together. The Cobi chair would send the message into overdrive.

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166. Rick O.
I'm a geologist who works in Los Angeles, but I currently find myself in the Land of Entrapment. That's right - New Mexico. This is a land that I love, so I don't live here entirely against my will. Family has brought be back...specifically my Wife's family. Now my In-laws are not chair non-believers. On the contrary, they love to sit on chairs frequently, and can often be found lounging around utilizing various chairs and related instruments of comfort.

So, why do I want a Cobi? I want a Cobi because I need a chair. I need a chair that I can use in my home office. My home office is a converted garage with no air conditioning. I sit at a desk that is made out of a hollow-core pine door from Home Depot and Ikea saw horse table legs. To say that it is utilitarian is an understatement. I currently do not have a chair that I can use since my desk is a little too high for the standard office chair. This is why I think a Cobi chair with a stool base would work perfectly. When I am not ensconced at the bottom of a dusty fault trench looking for evidence of past earthquakes, I find myself spending full days (sometimes weeks) chained to my desk. Therefore, having a comfortable seat is imperative. It's difficult to write pages and pages of scientific drivel for a project when you are too focused on searing lower back pain or a numb rear end after spending hours in a poorly designed desk chair.

Thanks for the distraction from the pain and for your consideration, now I have to get back to my report.

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167. Gina M.
I would love a Cobi chair because I was very overweight and I couldn't fit in most office chairs so I was using a bench and it very uncomfortable. I have lost 150 lbs and would love one of these colorful chairs.

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168. Alex L.
I have had the same chair for 7 years. It was a very comfortable chair from Best Buy when I purchased it and still retains most of its padding. Now that I am getting into interior design, this dark grey task chair is a bit of an embarassment but that is the least of my worries. What is the worst is the pneumatic pump acts weird. Sometimes when I'm sitting, it'll go down ever so slowly that I won't know its all the way down until I feel almost parallel to the ground or in the middle of the night it'll go all the way up and I won't know until I sit down and feel like I'm on a barstool.

So yeah, this is as real as it gets. Would love to get a Cobi chair so I can get a little stability in sitting and a little inspiration to last me awhile.

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169. Liz C.
As a physical therapy student who is interested in ergonomics, I spent a lot of time hating my office chair. Though I was a poor graduate school student, I spent a lot of money on my office chair: I purchased lumbar supports and foot rests; I purchased replacement parts and fabric to reupholster it.

And now, as a physical therapy school graduate, I am moving across the country and am preparing to begin a new phase of my life. I have made the decision to leave my old chair on the streets of Brooklyn where some other poor graduate student can scoop it up for free. I have also made the decision to shop carefully for a new chair that meets all my criteria: one that will satisfy my ergonomic needs, my budgetary needs, my fashion needs, and hopefully, one that will fit my small stature as well.

The Cobi chair in Blue Jay may just be the answer to all my problems.

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170. Daniel M.
I'm a twenty year old college student and I absolutely love the concept of the Cobi chair and its ability to adjust itself to the users center of gravity. I dorm at my school and I get a cheap plastic chair that comes up to just about half of my back. It doesn't recline and is literally one of the most uncomfortable sitting experiences I have to endure. I sit in that poor excuse for a chair at least 4-5 hours a day and it does take a toll. The chair is so uncomfortable that it makes me wonder whether the university wants me to develop back problems. Really, what are they thinking? Whether they want me to or not I do have back problems and I will shortly have to start physical therapy, something I am not looking forward to. It isn't anything life threatening just uncomfortable and painful.

The Cobi chair would help my back and satisfy my infatuation with modern sustainable design. Please, give me a Cobi Chair!

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171. David D.
Why do I deserve a new Cobi chair? Two words. LOFT. BED.

Living in New York City has its advantages and drawbacks. One of the drawbacks is space. The lack of space in my room has forced me to have a loft bed built into my room. Yes, I'm 29 years old...and I have a loft bed. I'm sure I do''t have to tell you how this has affected my chances with the ladies. Maybe...Just MAYBE I might get some cool points with the fairer sex if I had a super luxe Cobi chair sitting next to my Loft bed.

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172. Kelly O.
Sitting at home, doing work in a Cobi chair would make me ten times more beautiful and thirty times cooler than I am currently!

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173. Ross C.
I'm going to be 40 in November and I've been programming computers since I was 13. As you can imagine I spend endless hours every day sat at a desk, either at work writing online apps, or at home writing iPhone apps. After all these years I started getting a lot of neck pain and upper back pain, which thankfully a really great chiropractor is helping to readjust with pretty good results so far. But I can't help thinking that had I had a great ergonomic chair all these years, I may not be having to go to the chiropractor 3 times a week, and spend thousands of dollars on all this healthcare! :-)

So anyway, I saw the competition for your Cobi Chair and thought I'd enter on the off-chance that it might help prevent any further damage to my spine, and make my chiropractors life easier :-)

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174. Jeremy H.
Well my current office chair is not eco-friendly. I stress out constantly regarding all the V.O.C.'s and the chemicals used to manufacture the chair. I can only imagine all the damage this is causing to my body and shortening my lifespan. To be honest, just thinking about sitting in this chair keeps me up night. I would love a new eco-friendly chair by Cobi that displays both form and function while respecting the environment - sweet dreams?

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175. Ana T.
I would love a Cobi chair because my back hurts. Oh, right, also because I try to do as many things as I can that are sustainable. I have dramatically changed my diet for the last five years and consider everything in my life, from the food my pets eat to the catnip they get high on.

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176. Glenn R.
Though Sir Mix-A-Lot had something else entirely on his mind when he sang "Baby Got Back", this chair definitely has what it takes to keep my mind on my work while the chair works its magic on both my body and the dynamics of my workspace. It's that simple: design = function, and when I function well it translates directly to my productivity and overall demeanor.

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177. Mike K.
I am the IT guy for a start up company that is developing the best Lithium Ion Nano-Phosphate battery in the world. I support two offices here. They are 30 miles apart and it's at least a 45 minute commute from home to the main office. My cheap $30 Office Depot Special office chair is just about the worst thing one can sit in when you've been shlepping UPS's and Computers all over the place. It's not that great for those late evenings when you are still at work after everyone has left and you have a server to rebuild.

If I won, I would use this chair in my main office. The company office space is one of those "Open Office" type of places. I would be rolling phat in my Cobi chair and all of the Directors and Managers would be jealous and demand one for themselves. I think that I could, just by sitting in your chair, sell a few hundred of them. Keep in mind I am the guy who all the technology requests come through. I know these guys. There is only one way to find out if I'm right. Send me a chair. Please and Thank You!!

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178. Steven W.
I deserve a Cobi because I sit at my desk working for next to nothing while trying to get a struggling company growing (also an eco friendly company using 100% green energy credits). I am doing design work in a 30 year old chair which leads to my back and neck aching. Last weekend I even had to go buy a wrist brace because I was feeling excruciating pain in my wrist, probably traceable back to poor seating posture. Help me!

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179. Michael J.
I'd love to win one of your Cobi chairs. I'm a green blogger and publish TinyHouseDesign.com by night and work from home full-time on the web by day. I'm in my chair all the time. One of the things I publish on my blog are downloadable free tiny house plans. My hope is that they will empower people to downsize and realize their dream of living simply and mortgage free. In an a very real way you would be supporting the tiny house movement and my own mortgage-free dream by placing one of your chairs literally under me. :-)

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