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Topic # 240054 18-Aug-2018 06:43
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Of course plenty in WS, HN, etc. Is there a store specialized in this so I can have a range of good quality chairs to try and choose from? I'm in wellington.



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  Reply # 2075135 18-Aug-2018 08:41
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OfficeMax on Victoria St?


Other than this a quick Google search for "office furniture wellington" revealed Dobbins Office Furniture, Capital Commercial Furniture and lots more.

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  Reply # 2075191 18-Aug-2018 09:45
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You get what you pay for. Look out for Life chairs. Just my opinion.


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  Reply # 2075202 18-Aug-2018 10:26
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Got one of these a little while ago:


Really like the full head support and back recline, works well with an added foot rest.


Only thing I had to leave outside for a week and spray/wipe down with vinegar to off-gas; even then you want to use in well ventilated area for a few weeks if you're sensitive to the fumes (or see if you can get hold of a demo model).


I've had/sold an Aeron in the past but still prefer this.

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  Reply # 2075261 18-Aug-2018 12:11
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Office Max on Victoria St. or Zenith Interiors (offering Formway chairs) on Thorndon Quay if you wanted to try it physically. 

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  Reply # 2075319 18-Aug-2018 15:05
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The Plymouth is super comfortable, and LookAt seems to have the lowest prices, especially once you include delivery.

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  Reply # 2075348 18-Aug-2018 16:19
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The Plymouth is super comfortable, and LookAt seems to have the lowest prices, especially once you include delivery.



I second the Plymouth, and WOW that's cheap.. I paid about $630 about a year ago for mine and that was after shopping around.

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