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About Me

That Chair Enthusiast

Hello, my name is Claude and I enjoy sitting comfortably. Research into what separates the good from the bad, in the matter of chairs, started when I made a new year’s resolution to have better posture.

The goal of Chairpickr is to be your go-to resource in helping people to choose your chair wisely.

You can learn more about who we serve, frequently asked questions, our origin story, and chair picking process in the about us section. 

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How To Stay Warm Sitting At A Sporting Event

Whether you’re cheering for your sports team or relaxing besides a hole ice fishing. In these situations, staying warm ain’t easy. Here are tips on staying toasty while sitting through tough terrain.

Why Your Office Chair Needs A Chair Mat?

Chair mats make rolling around within your workspace much more accessible — Think about your last attempt at rolling an office chair over the carpet? It’s almost a workout, but usually causes back pain, or leg strain instead.

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Why Your Office Chair Needs A Chair Mat?

Chair mats make rolling around within your workspace much more accessible — Think about your last attempt at rolling an office chair over the carpet? It’s almost a workout, but usually causes back pain, or leg strain instead.

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