Setu is a product of the German design firm Studio 7.5, and it resembles an updated homage to the Eames Aluminum Group Chairs that helped make Herman Miller a household name. Light as a feather and inexpensive, this is a chair than can be used in both the home and the office - it'll make you comfy in both places.
The Cachet Task Chair has an unusual look that provides maximum comfort. Intuitive and easy to use, the Cachet Task Chair is ready to go right out of the box and promises to keep you comfortable as you work. The Cachet Task Chair doesn't have all the bells and whistles and adjustments of a premium task chair, but for an easy to use office chair that provides plenty of comfort look no further than the Cachet Task chair.
The Cobi Chair by Turnstone is a small, light desk chair that is perfect for conference rooms and home offices alike. Not a "task chair," Cobi still combines state-of-the-art materials and good design to provide seated comfort. Flexing top edge, back, and seat encourage movement. 5-star caster base.
The Jack Task Chair from Steelcase is a great way to provide comfortable task seating to your office without breaking the bank. The Jack Task Chair is a well made piece that provides the functionality of a high end task chair without all the bells and whistles. The durable plastic outer back and contoured seat provide comfort and durability as you work.
The Uno Armchair brings affordable, incredibly comfortable seating to your home work space or office. Manufactured by Turnstone, the Uno Armchair features intuitive adjustments that make this piece one of the easiest work chairs on the market. A suspended, hammock-style seat offers comfort during even your longest days. An eye-catching design adds style points to the affordable Turnstone Armchair.
Add style and comfort to your office with the 4 Series Mid Back Office Chair. This managerial chair has plenty of features and adjustments but at an affordable price. Tilt tension and lock ensure comfort as you recline while padded arms give your limbs the support they deserve.
Limited number of adjustments - the main difference between a task chair and a conference chair is that a conference chair shouldn't have to be adjusted 5 different ways every time someone sits in it. Usually conference chairs only offer one adjustment - a height adjustment that has become ubiquitous with office chairs.
Sleek profile - big, bulky chairs should best be avoided in the conference room to maximize the number of people who can take their place at the table.
Casters and lightweight base - provides ease of mobility. The fact is that in many offices, chairs rarely stay put for long.
Swivel seat - important for changing the direction you face with ease.