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Luxury Office Desk Swivel Chairs

Updated on December 27, 2010

Luxury swivel chairs are a must for the executive desk jockey. Spending a good portion of your life half human, half chair - calls for the ultimate in office chairs.

It's a fact of life that sitting for protracted lengths of time, coupled with bad posture, goes on to cause a bad back.

Throw in an average office chair and before you know - you're as creaky as your granny's old rocking chair.

Luxury swivel chairs are just what the doctor ordered. Literally. A high class executive office chair is the kindest thing you can do, both for your back and your overall health and well being.

When you factor in how many office working hours are lost through sickness related to spine problems, the luxury price tag is a small price to pay in the grand scheme of things.

In fact it's more than a small price to pay. It's wholly justifiable.

Luxury Swivel Chairs

Herman Miller Aeron Chair

The first luxury office swivel chair is the Aeron Chair is from the Herman Miller range. An ergonomic office chair, back friendly and ultra comfortable, the Herman Miller name provides two levels of comfort: luxury seating and pain free desk jockeying. A 12 year warranty, fully adjustable, built for you neck and back area.

Product spec:

  • Ergonomic design
  • Full lumbar support, tilt, padded arms
  • Full 12 year warranty

A pricey office chair but you do get a lot for your money. Maybe you can't see it but ... this chair does everything but takes messages whilst you're out for lunch.

Ergonomic Office Chair

Another example from the ergonomic office chair range and the best seller list is the High Back Mesh Ergonomic Task Chair. It combines all the usual spec that you'd both expect and need from a swivel chair - though of course it lacks the sheer luxury of the Aeron Chair. But - not everyone wants to pay the best part of $800 for a chair, nor can they afford to.

Product spec:

  • Ergonomic design
  • Padded seat/back/arms
  • Tilt adjustment
  • Pneumatic heaight adjustment

All in all, a relatively low priced luxury office swivel chair - worth its weight in gold for those looking for a more budget friendly model.

Leather Luxury Swivel Chair

If you're looking for a leather luxury swivel chair, then the Black Leather Office Chair will suit. Despite it being a classy design and manufacture, it comes in at well under $150, making this a budget friendly executive office chair. It embraces the ergonomic design that we like to see, as well as a good quality bonded leather upholster.

  • Ergonomic
  • Padded seat, back. Tilt, pneumatic adjustable height
  • Bonded leather

Overall, a rather fine, classic leather office chair that will provide a decent level of comfort for those looking to spend less than $200.

Aeron Chair

If you're considering an Aeron Chair but the Fully Loaded model is a little too expensive, then consider the Mirra Chair - Basic by Herman Miller may better suit your budget. Available in 11 colors, it covers the usual ergonomic design staples that a quality office chair requires - plus it's still afforded the full 12 year Herman Miller warranty.

Product spec:

  • Innovative LatitudeTM fabric - allows chair to mould to the user
  • 12 year full warranty

Whilst this luxury office swivel chair lacks the fine tuning that you'll find with the Fully Loaded - it's a more than capable competitor - more so when you factor in the price difference and very positive customer feedback.


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    • frogdropping profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago

      Ethel I think half the worlds office population would love one :)

    • ethel smith profile image

      Eileen Kersey 

      8 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

      I so need a decent office chair for work

    • frogdropping profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago

      Haunty - lol and why would you want an electric chair? To answer your question ... none :)

      Paradise - it'll do lol!

    • Paradise7 profile image


      8 years ago from Upstate New York

      Cool hub from the Froggy!

    • Haunty profile image


      8 years ago from Hungary

      What do you do when your chair breaks?

      Call a chairman.

      Btw, which of these chairs is electric?

    • frogdropping profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago

      Canide - we know huh? It's a plain fact. Bad seating = bad backs. And many people spend so much time seated when working. What's a couple of hundred dollars for a chair that will not only becomfortable, but will look after you too :)

      drbj - It's a frontal view. It wasn't the weirdest one I found. That prize goes to a yoga desk chair. I didn't use it because it's probably something best left to yoga gurus, like Madonna for e.g. Plus it looked kinda seedy. Like something you'd find in a lower basement.

      With a leather clad women sat in it ;)

    • drbj profile image

      drbj and sherry 

      8 years ago from south Florida

      That Moroso chair is certainly unique. In the photo, is that a frontal view, an anterior view or a view, you'll pardon the expression, from behind?

      Maybe you could get a wholesale price if you order two.

      Thanks for adding to my limited knowledge of ergonomic office chairs.

    • Candie V profile image

      Candie V 

      8 years ago from Whereever there's wolves!! And Bikers!! Cummon Flash, We need an adventure!

      Ya done good FD! The right office chair makes ALL the difference! Nice hub!

    • frogdropping profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago

      *this was a difficult hub. All the text capsules kept shaking up. Took some fighting with. Read it hard. I had to fight hard to get it in order*


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