Ergonomic chair, here's the discount: let's get comfortable

Ergonomic chair, here's the discount: let's get comfortable
Governor Fontana's alarm this morning is clear: either the number of students moving to school is lowered, or the number of workers moving to the office is lowered. The reason is clear: too many people in circulation, too many presences on the vehicles and too many opportunities for possible contagion. In both cases, however, there is only one solution: more people at home, even if trying to keep them active through distance learning or smart working.

Home office: let's get comfortable

In these days, therefore, the assault on the basic elements is restarting in order to develop an ideal workstation at home, both through low-cost laptops for basic needs, and through ergonomic chairs such as the one offered at a discount right now. Warning: once the flash offer has expired, the price will return to the previous one: before making the purchase it is advisable to check that the price cut is still explicitly indicated.



The price it is the minimum reached by this model in recent months, which makes the offer really attractive. Three models are available, but the best value for money is in the black model which ensures a discount of 20% against 15% of the white model, also discarding the extension for the legs which makes the seat something different from what is a study or work utility.

The Hbada seat has an adjustable headrest and a breathable fabric surface, very comfortable and easy to manage. The backrest can be reclined and the height can be adjusted at will. The final price is equal to 127.48 euros, but only for a few hours: the price is usually higher than about 30 euros and in all likelihood the offer is not destined to reappear until several weeks (presumably during the period Christmas). On delivery times, however, it is no longer easy to make assumptions at this point: with the passing of the weeks and with the increase in infections, the pressure on logistics could increase again until it again forces priority choices in deliveries. br>
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