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Picture this: You’re groaning that your back hurts for the third week in a row. You have a home office, but you keep stealing a chair from the dining room because you aren’t ready to pull the trigger on a boring, pricey office chair that looks like you shlepped it home from your corporate headquarters in the back of a van. It’s an investment, they say. Do it for your wellbeing, they say. But alas, the ergonomic office chair simply isn’t a big purchase that tickles your fancy. You procrastinate another day.
But today, my friends, is a new day. Today is the day you discover that discounted overstock Herman Miller chairs are currently listed on eBay. That’s right: The brand known for high-quality, sleekly designed and — are you ready? — supportive home office chairs are now available at a somewhat more affordable price point. No more back pain, and all of the comfy gains, while keeping your home office space looking suave and professional for all of your Zoom meetings.
With more than 125 options currently listed on the site, you’re bound to find your new best friend: a seat upon which you can rest your weary cheeks. For the stylish guy, try this Eames Soft Pad Side Chair with all-grain whiskey leather and a polished base for over $1,000 off the original listing price of $3,700 (that’s 35% off)! For the minimalist, try the graphite Mirra 2 Task Chair, which normally retails for $745, for a cool 30% off. Or, if you’re looking for something more versatile, snag one of the best deals of the site in this Eames Molded Plastic Side Chair, which is 45% off its original retail price (just make sure to double-check each item’s condition before you hit “Buy” — this one needs a quick pick-me-up, so you should factor any at-home repairs into the price).
Remember, it’s Ebay, so other buyers are watching, and items are going quickly. Grab your loot before another trendy bro snatches your steal.
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