Get it Fast: Popular ErgoCentric Ergonomic Chairs Now Come in ‘Quick Ship’ Models

by Jonathan B on February 23, 2013

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The popular ergoCentric Geocentric Task Chair is now available in a 'Quick Ship' model that ships out in 1-2 business days.

ErgoCentric ergonomic chairs have long been some of our best values for customers looking to order a custom chair without paying a high custom chair price.

These chairs offer a great variety of different options to accommodate individual needs. Innovative designs such as the ergoCentric airCentric chair, which offers the cooling airflow of a mesh chair, and the ergoCentric Bariatric Task Chair provide adjustable ergonomic features and options that will keep people of nearly all sizes and shapes comfortable. Other chairs such as the popular ergoCentric geoCentric Task Chairprovide incredible customization to fit nearly anyone from a petite user to a large-framed person.

Up until now, these chairs had an extended lead time. Luckily, ergoCentric recently introduced their new Open House fabric, and with it, the ergoCentric Quick Ship program. Now you can get your ergoCentric airCentric and ergoCentric geoCentric ergonomic chairs with a lead time of 1-2 business days. Now that’s fast!

Interested in getting an ergoCentric chair of your own but need help figuring out what options will best fit your needs? Our team of ergonomic experts is ready to help! Give us a call at 1-800-531-3746, or click here to chat with us and we’ll be glad to put together an ergoCentric chair just for you.

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Jonathan B

A graduate of the University of Texas, Jonathan moved to Austin and became a content writer at THS in 2012. A hardcore gamer, he spends a significant amount of time at his PC and specializes in ergonomic computer accessories. When not updating THS with the latest and greatest in ergonomic products, he’s usually poking fun at bad sci-fi movies or at the local game store painting miniatures. He enjoys playing flight simulators with his TrackIR 5 and hopes to someday to learn to fly, despite being distinctively un-aerodynamic.

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