The Steelcase Reply – An Ergonomic Chair Fit for Don Draper, Captain Kirk, and You!

by Mike M on June 13, 2011

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Sometimes a new ergonomic chair arrives in our showroom that all of us cubicle jockeys just have to try out—kind of like a new toy. Last week, number one on everyone’s sit-list was the new slim and trim Steelcase Reply Task Chair.

The Reply features a clean, contemporary design that, if you ask me, fits in somewhere between the mid-century modern style of ‘Mad Men’ and the sleek, futuristic scenery of the new Starship Enterprise (Yeah, I’m a Trekkie … You wanna make something of it?). Modern, clean-line furniture designs don’t often adhere to true ergonomic standards, but the Steelcase Reply is the exception, offering a lean, attractive profile coupled with responsive ergonomic seating features, including solid lumbar support, and a Synchro-tilt mechanism that keeps your legs in an ergonomically correct position.

The Reply is a versatile, comfy, and slick-looking chair that allows for easy integration into any workspace, office, or meeting place.

Adding to the Reply’s attractive design is a large stable of vibrant color options. Outfit it in classic black or grey, or give your workspace a splash of color – my favorite color options are orange, red, and celery (nerdy industry speak for “light green”). The Reply is available in two distinct models: Fully upholstered, and with a light, breathable mesh back, dubbed the Reply Air.

Check out more of the Steelcase Reply Chair’s color options below, and feel free to give us a call with questions about this or any other ergonomic chair we offer. Special note to Austinintes (or those visiting Austin): Make an appointment to stop by our new North Austin showroom to test out any of the seating options we have in stock

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Mike is a content writer and sales associate at THS. He specializes in ergonomic chairs, monitor arms and ergonomics for Apple products. When he’s not writing or tweeting about ergonomic desks, chairs and monitor arms, you can usually find Mike chillin’ out maxin’ and relaxin’ all cool and shootin’ some b-ball outside of the school.

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