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What’s So Different About the Raynor Ergo Elite?

by Will M on September 23, 2013

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ME22ERGLT

The Ergo Elite series (like the ME22ERGLT shown here), offers all the same ergonomic benefits of the Ergohuman series but with a cool mesh pattern.

With the recent introduction of the Ergo Elite to Raynor’s ever popular Ergohuman chair line, the same question that customers had when the V2 line was introduced is popping up again. And that is, what’s new about it? Well, lucky for those accustomed to the features of the Ergohuman, the answer is not much! This is especially good news for fans of the recently discontinued all-mesh headrest version of the V2.

The main difference is a new, unique mesh pattern which aesthetically sets it apart from its V1 and V2 counterparts. This stylish mesh pattern and polished aluminum frame will give any home or office a sleek, modern look to go with the chair’s ergonomic benefits. Both models of the Ergo Elite – the ME22ERGLT (with headrest), and the ME5ERGLTLOW (without), feature a comfortable mesh seat and back with this new design.

And that just about sums it up! All of the features you’ve come to expect from the Ergohuman series are still there: five position backrest tilt lock, seat depth adjustment, a tilt tension knob to adjust backrest resistance when reclining, and comfortable, pivoting armrests. You should also note that, like the V2 series, the Ergo Elite Chair’s seat is a half inch narrower than a standard Ergohuman, so if you want more room you may want to stick with the original Ergohuman series like the ME7ERG, still our most popular of the series.

Learn more about Ergohuman chairs at TheHumanSolution.com

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Written by Will M

Will Moore has been with The Human Solution since 2011, and currently resides in Austin, Texas, with his lovely wife Angie and their dog Eli. When not writing about or selling ergonomic furniture, he’s usually catching a live music show or watching a movie at the Alamo Drafthouse. He enjoys bacon, Pearl Jam, and sitting in a Steelcase Amia Chair when not using his desk’s standing capabilities (ah, the perks of working at THS). He is responsible for spearheading the very popular Music Friday at THS, in which a theme is picked and everyone plays a song in turn, culminating in the entire office ceremonially playing “Who Let the Dogs Out,” no matter what the theme, every Friday at 6 pm when we close.

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