Office Equipment Reviews

HP Envy Photo 6255 All-in-One Printer Review

There is a lot of competition in the world of affordable printers. There are so many models from so many well-known brands, and very few of them are more well-known than HP.

In this category of printers under $200, HP has a lot of models and few of them provide as good value as the Envy Photo 6255. While you can’t expect some crazy printing quality, Envy 6255 is quite a decent printer with a good design and good printing costs.

Let’s jump into the review and see if the HP Envy Photo 6255 All-on-One is the right printer for you.

HP Envy Photo 6255 Printer Review




Short Overview

With a sleek design, a 2.2″ touchscreen, and options to print, scan, and copy, the Envy 6255 is recommended for people who need a wireless printer for occasional use and don’t necessarily need the best printing quality.

Printing costs are quite low, but the trick is that you need to sign up for HP’s Instant Ink, and not everyone will be a fan of that. While that may be a downside to some people, the upside is that it has an option to be connected to Alexa for hands-free printing.

HP Envy Photo 6255 Features

This All-in-One printer is a pretty versatile one considering its features. It has printing, scanning, and copying features, and the one feature that we were excited to see, the auto duplex feature.

The 2.2″ mono touchscreen is a nice feature, but we would like to see it in color. However, it lets you adjust the printing, scanning, and copying settings without using your phone. Easy to use and with a fairly quick response time, the screen also lets you see some instructional videos to assist you if you get stuck in changing the ink for example.

It’s also cloud printing ready, and you will be able to set that up in just a couple of minutes. It also has a scan to email feature which lets you scan a document and send it to an e-mail address instantly. For people who scan documents a lot, this feature can be a big time-saver.

Moving on to connectivity; the HP Envy 6255 has a Wi-Fi connectivity option, and it works seamlessly. The set-up is painless, and when you connect it to your iPhone or other devices you want to print from, you will be good to go.

The support for Mopria and AirPrint is also there, and, while all of that is great, the Bluetooth and Ethernet connectivity are missing, which may present an issue for some people. But, the option to connect it to Alexa is there, and you will be able to control the printer by voice.

The scanning feature is not the best, it’s rather modest because it lacks the Automatic Document Feeder and the Duplex Scanning feature is also missing. So, if you are looking for an all-in-one printer with a fantastic scanner, you may want to look somewhere else, but on the flip-side, the scanning process on the Envy photo 6255 is very easy, and you will be able to do it without issues.

  • Inkjet Printing Technology
  • 2.2″ Monochrome Touchscreen
  • Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Printing, Scanning and Copying Features
  • Cloud Printing Ready
  • Apple’s AirPrint and Mopria Print Supported

Build Quality and Size

The HP Envy Photo 6255 build quality is just what you would expect from an affordable printer. Made from plastic, some parts give off a sturdy impression, but the printer as a whole definitely could’ve been better.

This is a rather compact printer that can easily fit in your home office, and with its weight of around 14 lbs, it won’t be hard to move it around until you find the ideal spot for it.


While it only comes in one colorway, it suits the design of the Envy Photo 6255 very well. The design of this printer is very sleek, with rounded edges and a combination of matte and glossy finishes.

The power button is found on the left side of the screen (which is directly in the middle) and it glows when the printer is turned on. This printer will fit well in any small or home office, especially if you put it on a dark wood desk.

Print Quality

HP Envy Photos 6255’s print quality has a mixture of both great and bad things. The color accuracy is surprisingly good, and that will suit many people. In this category, very few printers have a better color accuracy than the 6255. The documents came out pretty well, with crisp text.

However, on the downside, you can notice some banding in the photo’s darker areas. But, for most people who are not photographers for example, and need an affordable AIO printer with decent print quality, the HP Envy Photo 6255 is a great option.

Print Speed

Since this is a photo printer, you would expect that the Envy 6255 just rolls out photos with blazing speed. But, that is not exactly the case.

There are several printers that can print faster, and if that is an issue for you then the Envy 6255 is not recommended. With its document printing averaging around 8-9 ppm and photo printing taking slightly over a minute, this printer can fall into the group of printers with average to below-average printing speeds.

Cost Per Print

HP ENVY Photo 6255 Side View

This is a tricky one. If you choose to subscribe to HP’s Instant Ink program, the cost per print of this printer will be quite low. If you plan to use this printer occasionally then the subscription might not be a bad idea.

There is also one more catch. If you plan to only print documents in black and white, that doesn’t mean that the printer won’t use color ink cartridges for other tasks, so when it’s time to replace the cartridges, very likely you will need to replace them all.


With its sleek design, a couple of awesome features, and great color accuracy, HP Envy Photo 6255 will be a great option for many people who are looking for an affordable printer for occasional printing.

While it’s not the best option for professionals, and while it does have its downsides, HP Envy Photo 6255 will be a great printer for most people.

By |2022-01-10T14:56:47+00:00January 10th, 2022|Office Equipment Reviews|

HP Sprocket Studio Printer Review (2022) – Best Printer in the Sprocket Lineup

Sprocket Studio is an easy-to-use, compact photo printer that can fit in your bag. It’s the perfect companion for your smartphone to print photos on the go. Connect wirelessly via Bluetooth and use the free Sprocket app to edit and share photos from anywhere.

It’s a huge improvement compared to the 2nd Edition Studio, and while it’s not that compact, it’s a printer that has a sleek design, a good price, and a consistent performance.

Let’s jump into the review of the HP Sprocket Studio.

HP Sprocket Review


The Sprocket Studio is the largest printer in HP’s lineup of Sprocket photo printers. The new, third-gen Studio is an upgraded version of the 2nd-gen was released in 2018. The printer is a small, square device that easily fits in your hand or a bag. It’s very lightweight and has a sleek design.

HP Sprocket Studio

HP Sprocket Studio is the best printer in the Sprocket lineup. It’s easy to use, has a sleek design, and is quite affordable.

The HP Sprocket Studio prints photos at 300 DPI with an edge-to-edge print. The Studio supports Bluetooth 5.0, which makes it easy to connect wirelessly to your smartphone. While that is a great thing, we are a bit disappointed that the new Sprocket Studio doesn’t have Wi-Fi connectivity. But, since it’s engineered specifically for Bluetooth connection and to be used by the Sprocket app (works great with both iOS and Android phones) that connection truly works seamlessly.

Once you have the printer connected to your smartphone, you can use the app to edit and share photos from anywhere. You can also print directly from social media platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat.

The HP Sprocket Studio’s downside regarding its portability is that it needs a power supply to get it working. That power supply is quite bulky, but if you plan to put the Sprocket on a desk, that shouldn’t be a big problem. However, those who plan to take it on trips can purchase an optional battery, which should give you somewhere around 80 prints.



Battery Pack for HP Sprocket Studio

HP Sprocket Studio Battery Pack

The battery pack for the Sprocket Studio is a way to make your Sprocket Studio more portable. When fully charged, it can produce around 80 prints, and with the USB port it has, you can easily charge your phone.


Now, the third-generation Sprocket Studio is a big step up compared to the 2nd Edition Sprocket. While the 2nd Edition Sprocket enabled you to print 2 x 3 in photos, the bigger Sprocket Studio is made for 4 x 6 photo printing.

The older Sprocket was a more portable printer that was much smaller in size and much more portable than the Sprocket Studio. Well, the new Sprocket Studio is a much more quality printer than the previously mentioned 2nd Edition, so the bigger size is justified.

Its size is 2.68 x 6.6 x 10.7 in, which is a good size if you put it in your home office and it weighs just short of one kilogram, or 2 lbs.

All of the printers from the Sprocket line have a similar design concept behind them. That is minimalism, simplicity, and clean design.

It’s designed to be easy to use, and it does that masterfully. There is only one button on the Sprocket Studio, and that is the power button. On the front, you can see one LED light, which tells you when the printer is turned on. The color of that LED light is configurable, and it changes to red once it runs into some problems. It can blink slowly, fast, or be still, in order which issue you have. When it’s ready for a firmware update you will see alternating colors.

When you want to print something, just press the button once. The LED light will turn blue and start blinking, which means it’s turning on, calibrating, and getting ready for your prints.

On the back, you have the power source where you can connect your AC power adapter. Now, the power bank which we mentioned can also be purchased with a printer, or afterward. The nice thing about the power bank is that it has a USB port that can also charge your smartphone. And, the best thing about it is that you can get up to 80 prints on a single charge.

The front has a small door that can open up. It’s hiding the compartment for your paper pack. You get 10 sheets of glossy paper included with the printer to get you going.

The paper tray on the Studio takes some time to get used to because it really sticks out from the overall design of the Sprocket line of printers. To put the paper in, you just have to open the tray, put it in, close the tray and you are good to go.

Print Quality and Speed

The Sprocket Studio is engineered as the printer with the best print quality of all the printers in the Sprocket lineup. The older and more compact 2nd Edition Sprocket has quite an inconsistent print quality, but that is not the case with the Studio.

The color accuracy on the prints that the Studio produced is quite good and the Studio has a much more consistent performance than the 2nd Edition. Another thing that you notice on the Studio’s printed photos are the details. While in some darker areas of the photo they can be missing, it’s in the lighter areas that the Studio truly shines.

Overall, we were quite pleased by the output quality of the Sprocket Studio and it’s no surprise that this printer is featured in our list of the best 4×6 photo printers.

Now, moving to the printing speed. These types of printers aren’t designed for speed, and you can see that with the Sprocket Studio. While it sure won’t be a problem for many people, the speed could definitely be better, especially when you compare it to some competitors.

Key Specs

  • Weight – 2.06lbs
  • Size – 6.6″ x 10.7″ x 2.68″
  • Connectivity – Bluetooth
  • Dye-Sublimation Print Technology
  • 300 dpi
  • Print Size – 4 x 6 in
  • LED Light

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While this printer has its downsides, the positives are quite superior. With a sleek design, good print quality and it’s ease of use, HP Sprocket Studio is highly recommended if you are looking for a new 4×6 photo printer.

Its price is quite affordable, and though it can be higher if you opt-out for a version with a battery pack, it still provides great value, especially when you consider its relatively low printing costs.

By |2021-12-25T12:12:29+00:00December 24th, 2021|Office Equipment Reviews|

Canon Selphy CP1300 Review – A Great 4×6 Photo Printer

Canon Selphy CP1300 is a compact printer, designed to be a portable printer that prints good quality 4×6 photos. It can be used by photographers who travel often and need a portable printer but it also can be used as a small desk printer in your home office to print a 4×6 photo or a postcard size photo whenever you need to.

It is one of the rare compact photo printers that have a built-in display and it also has a couple of connectivity options. All of that sounds great, but the Selphy CP1300 has its shortcomings.

Let’s jump into the review and find out if the Canon Selphy CP1300 is a printer for you.


The Selphy CP1300 is an upgrade to the more affordable Canon Selphy CP1200. While Wi-Fi printing on the CP1200 is quite slow, on the CP1300 that isn’t the case at all. Along with Wi-Fi connectivity, the Selphy CP1300 also has the standard USB and Wi-Fi Direct connectivity options. However, as is the case with many printers, you don’t get the USB cable included in the box with the printer and you have to purchase it separately.

An affordable and compact 4×6 photo printer

With an affordable price and good printing quality, the Canon Selphy CP1300 is a printer that is very hard to beat in its category.

So, you can print via Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Direct, and USB, but the CP1300 also has an option to print from an SD card. That will particularly benefit photographers who are traveling and bringing the CP1300 with them. Printing straight from the SD card is a time-saver and we are very happy to see it on the CP1300. The photos imported from the SD card are shown on the LCD screen. There are more good things regarding its connectivity; it also supports Apple’s AirPrint and Mopria.

While it has an upgraded screen compared to the previously mentioned CP1200, its quality is low, and it is not a touchscreen. It uses buttons to navigate and they are found just below the screen. But, the nice touch is that the 3.2″ screen is not fixed and you can pull it up at an angle.

While we said that this printer is quite small and portable, the downside is that there are parts that you have to bring separately with the printer. Those include the bulky paper tray and the power cord. Now, you can get a battery for it, but those are purchased separately and will only add to the overall cost of the printer. If you absolutely don’t need it, our recommendation is to not buy it, since it’s not that cheap.

A Compact Printer

With its size of 2.5″ x 7″ x 5.4″ measured without the removable paper tray, the size of Selphy CP13000 is perfect for small dorm rooms and home offices. It’s not the smallest 4×6 photo printer in the world, but it takes very little space on the desk.

With its weight of around 2 lbs, again, measured without the paper trey and the power cord, it’s very lightweight. If you decide to purchase the battery pack, the weight will go up a little, but nothing too much.


  • Printing Technology – Dye-sublimation thermal transfer
  • Connectivity Options – Wi-Fi, USB, SD Card, AirPrint, Mopria
  • Resolution – 300 x 300 dpi
  • LCD Screen – Yes
  • AC Power Supply Included
  • Battery Pack Purchased Separately

Build Quality

With this affordable price, build quality is just as you would expect. The printer’s body is made from plastic, but that’s what makes it so lightweight. The optional battery sticks nicely in the back of the printer.

Canon SELPHY CP1300 Pink Colorway

Regarding the colorway, Canon Selphy CP1300 is available in three colorways: black, white, and pink.

Print Quality and Printing Cost

Compact and portable photo printers are designed to print small photos from your smartphones. Therefore, you can’t expect a great print quality, something you can see on high-end printers.

Canon Selphy CP1300 uses thermal dye-sublimation print technology, which uses thermal transfer to put the pigment to the paper. This technology gives the printer vibrant colors and good details in both lowlight and highlights. Now, this is a small printer so you can’t expect it to take full advantage of this great printing technology.

Nevertheless, the CP1300’s print quality is rather good for a compact printer. The prints can last up to a hundred years, which is amazing. Very rarely were the printed photo under the average, in which we’ve seen some loss of details. However, the vivid colors that we’ve seen this printer produce were nothing short of excellent for a printer this small.

This printer does what it’s supposed to do and that is to print good quality photos from your smartphone or an SD card. Print speeds from SD cards are slightly faster than printing from Wi-Fi-connected devices. Overall printing speed ranges from 50 seconds to a minute, which is considered okay from a small printer. It’s not designed with fast printing in mind, and we feel that it won’t represent an issue to many people.

Now let’s move on to the printing costs. In this department, the CP1300 also performed quite well, with the number being around 45 cents per print, which, in this category of compact photo printers is considered fine. 


The initial setup of the CP1300 is very easy and straightforward. You need to download the app, which details how you can print from your smartphone. Connecting to both Android phones and iPhones is a breeze, so you can very quickly start printing from your phones.

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The Canon Selphy CP1300 is a great small photo printer. While it’s not portable as we initially thought, it can serve as a great photo printer on a desk. The printed photos looked quite good, and the operating cost is pretty fair. Combine that with a good price, and you have some of the best value-for-money compact photo printers on the market.

By |2021-12-21T16:17:45+00:00December 21st, 2021|Office Equipment Reviews|

Steelcase Series 2 Review – Steelcase’s Entry Level Ergonomic Office Chair

When your work requires you to spend eight or more hours a day on an office chair, that takes a heavy toll on your back. So, office chairs manufacturers try to solve this issue by designing ergonomic office chairs that give your back support and provide you with a comfortable experience.

But, those ergonomic chairs can be very expensive. So, one of the best-known chair manufacturers in the world, Steelcase, has made an ergonomic chair that won’t drain your wallet and is comfortable enough for working or studying long hours.

We are of course talking about the Series 2, an updated version of the legendary Steelcase Series 1, and a worthy successor.

Let’s find out what makes this chair so great and if it’s the right chair for you.

Construction and build quality

We’ve said many times on our website that Steelcase is, along with Herman Miller, a brand name that is most synonymous with build quality and durability. You might think that, since the Series 2 is a far less expensive chair than their other models, the durability would suffer, but that isn’t the case at all.

Steelcase Series 2

With its ergonomic design and great build quality, the Series 2 is one of the best mid-ranged office chairs. It will give you back support throughout your working day, and, if you are switching from a budget office chair to Series 2, the difference will be massive.

The Steelcase Series 2 is a very light chair, but don’t let that fool you. It’s very durable and has a 400 lbs weight limit, something that is usually seen on more expensive office chairs.

The 12-year warranty that you get when you purchase a Series 2, should give you confidence in the quality of this chair. And, when comparing it to the older Series 1, you can feel the difference in the build quality, so props to Steelcase for improving that.

Adjustability Features

Since this is Steelcase’s attempt to make a mid-range ergonomic chair, you shouldn’t expect it to have a ton of adjustability features that high-end chairs like the Leap or Gesture have. But, Steelcase Series 2 has a pretty good number of adjustability features, and some of them are quite technologically advanced, all designed to give you the best experience for a lower price.

The most important feature of the Series 2 is Steelcase’s great Air LiveBack Technology. It’s doesn’t need you to manually adjust it but works automatically from the moment you sit on the chair. It’s implemented in the back of the chair as a wave pattern and it imitates your movement and posture changes while giving you support.

Backrest on the Steelcase Series 2

The next big adjustability feature found on the Series 2 is the Back Tilt Recline, which has three options: loose and tight recline and locked-recline. This recline locking is controlled by the knob found beneath the seat on the right side.

Lumbar support is also found on the Steelcase Series 2. It must be adjusted using two hands with the raising and lowering of the handles found on the back of the chair. It isn’t the smoothest process, but you can find the right position for your lower back.

There is also the standard seat height, adjusted by the lever placed beneath the chair’s right side, and the seat depth adjustment, controlled by the small lever, the first lever found just beneath the seat, also on the right side.

For an additional cost, you can get the 4D adjustable armrests, which let you adjust their depth, height, and pivot, which lets you find the perfect position for your arms to rest. The adjustable headrest is also an add-on, which isn’t necessary, but for those who are planning to spend most of their day on this chair, it’s a good addition. It’s adjusted by simply grabbing it with both hands and moving it up or down until you find the perfect position for your head.


  • AirLive Back Technology
  • Back Tilt Recline
  • Adjustable lumbar support
  • Seat height and depth adjustment
  • 4D Adjustable Armrests
  • Geometric Back Design
  • Headrest adjustment


  • Chair Dimensions – 22″ x 27″ x 42.5″
  • Chair weight – 36 lbs.
  • The weight limit is 400 lbs.
  • Lumbar height adjustment – 3 3⁄4″.
  • Arm width adjustment – 2 1⁄4″.
  • Seat height adjustment – 5″
  • Seat depth adjustment – 2 1⁄2″


With the ergonomic design and the adjustability features it has, it is safe to say that the Steelcase Series 2 is a chair that will provide you with support where you need it. And for those who are experiencing some sort of back problems while sitting on a budget chair, switching to the Series 2 will be a huge difference.

While the seat cushion is more on the firmer side, it encourages you to have a proper posture, which is especially important in reducing lower back pain. The adjustable lumbar support is a great thing to have on an office chair if you are experiencing lower back pain. The Air LiveTechnology implemented in the back does wonders when you move in the chair and provides you with support in almost any position you are in. Comparing the Series 2 to other chairs in this or similar price range, not to mention the budget ones, a difference is felt in the ergonomic design and the support it gives you.

Assembly process

Similar to how high-end chairs need very little to no assembly, the Series 2 also needs very little effort and time to assemble. There are just a couple of pieces you need to put together and after that, you are good to go.

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Steelcase has attempted to create a mid-range ergonomic chair that has some features that the higher-end chairs have, and they have definitely succeeded in that. If you prefer firmer seats and a chair that will correct your posture, the Steelcase Series 2 is a fantastic option at a relatively fair price.

In you are interested in seeing how the new Steelcase Series 2 performs against the older Series 1, click here.

By |2021-11-25T14:07:22+00:00November 25th, 2021|Office Equipment Reviews|

Steelcase Gesture vs Think Office Chair Comparison

Two very popular high-end office chairs from Steelcase go head to head in another edition of our office chair comparison. This time it’s the Steelcase Gesture and the Steelcase Think.

These two have a lot of similarities but also have a couple of differences that may make a difference in your opinion on which one to purchase. We’ve looked at the differences in appearance, design, adjustability features, comfort, ergonomics, build quality, and of course, the price, which is not a smaller one.

So, without further ado, let’s jump into the comparison.

Construction and build quality

If there is one thing you shouldn’t worry about when talking about Steelcase chairs, it’s surely the build quality. One of the best brands for high-end office chairs has a 12-year warranty on most of their chairs, including these two, the Think and Gesture. This information should give you more than enough confidence in the build quality of their chairs.

Steelcase Gesture Office Chair

Steelcase Gesture

With its high number of adjustment features and ergonomic design, the Gesture is one of the best office chairs, which will be a great option if you need it for working long hours.

Even though the Gesture is made from many plastic parts, the build quality is exceptional, and that makes the Gesture one of the best chairs regarding the build quality we have tested.

That is the same case with the Steelcase Think; it’s also very well-built, sturdy, and durable. But, the difference regarding the construction between these two is that the back on the Think is made from mesh, which is a better option for those who need superior airflow and breathability.

Steelcase Think V2 Chair

Steelcase Think

The Think has a much lower price, a mesh back and a ton of vibrant colorways to choose from. While it doesn’t have as much as adjustability features as the Gesture, it is a comfortable chair, especially for those who prefer firm seats.

Adjustability Features

When you plan or think about spending a big amount of money on an office chair, you want it to have as many adjustability features as possible so you can get a perfect position for your body. The Gesture, a much more expensive chair than the Think, has a lot more adjustability features, as you would expect.

Steelcase Gesture

It is actually one of the most adjustable chairs that you can find, compared with the likes of Herman Miller Aeron. It doesn’t matter if you are short or tall, you can easily find the right position with the Gesture, and it’s one of its strongest selling points. For an additional cost, you can get an adjustable headrest, if you need one.

The big difference in adjustment features between these Steelcase chairs is the armrests; they are much more adjustable on the Gesture. The other adjustable feature where the Gesture clearly beats the Think is the seat depth adjustment.

Steelcase Think

But, all of this shouldn’t mean that the Think is an office chair with few adjustments; on the contrary, it has a lot of them, but the Gesture, as a much more expensive chair, and as one of the best in this department, is a clear winner regarding the adjustability features.


We mentioned in the construction part of this comparison that the major difference between these is that the Think has a mesh back, compared to the Gesture’s classic, padded back. It’s made from 3D Knit, a durable and breathable mesh that will contour to your back, giving you comfort and breathability. But, for those who prefer to have padding on the backrest, the Gesture is the chair to go.

Let’s move to the seat, another crucial part of the chair’s comfort. Steelcase isn’t known for making chairs with thick seats, and that is the case with both of these. But, the Gesture has a more comfortable seat if you plan to sit on it for long hours. Not that the seat on the Think is that uncomfortable, it just may be a big turn-off for people who prefer thicker seat paddings, and the Gesture, even though it itself doesn’t have a thick seat, is more comfortable than the seat found on the Steelcase Think.

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Not the major deciding factor when choosing between these two high-end office chairs, but who doesn’t want a nice-looking office chair? Even though the design and looks are a personal preference, we must say that both Steelcase chairs look amazing. The Gesture has a more minimalist look to it, while the Think, with its vibrant colorways, has a more cheerful look to it.


The major difference between the Steelcase Gesture and the Think is surely the price. If you can afford the Gesture, the office chairs with many adjustability features and top-notch build quality then you’ll get one of the best office chairs available, which will last you a long time.

If you can’t afford the Gesture, Steelcase Think is an excellent option, especially if you are a fan of mesh back and vibrant colorways. It’s a perfect desk chair for college students. Safe to say, you can’t go wrong with whatever chair you choose to purchase.

By |2021-11-21T22:12:43+00:00November 21st, 2021|Office Equipment Reviews|

Steelcase Think vs Leap – Steelcase Chairs Comparison

If you want a new office chair with tons of amazing features, ergonomic design, and comfortable, Steelcase office chairs must be on your radar. However, Steelcase produces several great office chairs, like the Think and the Leap, which we will compare now and help you see which one is a better chair for you.

They are two very popular chairs from Steelcase with a lot of things in common but they also have some obvious differences. We’ll go through all of them in our Steelcase Think vs Leap office chair comparison.

Let’s check it out.

Steelcase Think vs Steelcase Leap Chair Comparison

Short overview

Steelcase Think

Steelcase Think

Steelcase Think is one of the finer Steelcase chairs on the market, and with a couple of great features and an ergonomic design, it promises to be a great chair for working 8+ hours.

Steelcase Leap Chair Black

Steelcase Leap

With softer seat and superior back rest comfort, Steelcase Leap is an even better option for those who can afford it. Even though it’s quite expensive, the Leap is one of the best office chairs you can find right now.

Adjustability Features

Steelcase chairs are generally known for having a lot of features that make your time spent on any of their office chairs more comfortable and enjoyable. That is the case with these two also: the Think and the Leap. Anybody that spends more than 8 hours a day working or studying wants their chair to have a lot of features and in that department, these two don’t disappoint.

Steelcase Think

Let’s start with the Steelcase Think. The Think is a chair designed to adapt to your movements and contour to your specific body shape. The technology that is most deserving of that is the Integrated LiveBack Technology. That revolutionary technology has been implemented in various Steelcase chairs for more than 20 years, including the Gesture and Steelcase Amia. When you sit on the Think, you immediately feel the difference that the LiveBack Technology brings to the table, especially after a couple of hours spent on it.

The armrests are completely adjustable, as you can adjust their pivot, depth, height, and width, to find your perfect position and rest your arms whenever you need to, and they are one of the adjustability highlights of the Think. You can also adjust the level of the chair’s recline by leaning your body backward, and when you find the perfect position, lock it. That makes it much more enjoyable to watch a movie than sitting straight.

Other adjustment options include the standard seat height and depth adjustment as well as a lumbar adjustment that, unlike other adjustability options, doesn’t work as smoothly as you would want it to.

Steelcase Leap also has an integrated LiveBack Technology in its backrest to give you the most back support whenever you need it without having to adjust the chair’s parts to your body shape; it does that for you. Unlike the Think, the Leap has excellent lumbar support that can be easily and smoothly adjusted. But, their similarity is the fully adjustable armrests, which means that you can adjust their width, height, depth, and pivot, just like on the Steelcase Think. However, those 4D adjustable armrests are an add-on, so they will come at an additional cost.

Steelcase Leap

The Leap also has an ability to adjust the seat depth and has a wider range of adjustments compared to the Think; the Think’s seat depth can be adjusted from 15.5″ to 18″, while the range on the Steelcase Leap is 15.75″ to 18.75″. There is also a difference in the height-adjustment range between these two; on the Think, you can adjust the height from 16.5″ to 21.5″, while the Leap’s highest point is 20.5″ and the lowest is 15.5″. These few differences may make a difference for shorter people, because the Steelcase Leap, with these adjustment features, is one of the best options for shorter people.

The reclining mechanism, or the option to adjust the recline the chair is far superior on the Leap, as it gives you more options to find the perfect recline level for you. On the Leap it is controlled by two knobs, whereas on the Think you get only one to control the reclining level. 


Arguably the most important factor you should look into before purchasing an expensive office chair, comfort can be a factor that is a matter of personal preference. Some people like soft seats, while others prefer firmer and stiffer seats.

Both of these chairs are extremely comfortable, but the Leap has an edge here. It’s actually one of the most comfortable chairs we have ever tested. The backrest on the Leap, because of its ingenious design and padding, will provide you with comfort for more than 10+ hours a day, even with a thinner seat. However, that thinner seat is softer than the firmer and stiffer seat that the Think has. So, for people that like softer seats, there are far better options than the Steelcase Think.

The backrest is also a big difference between these two Steelcase office chairs. While the Think has a mesh backrest, the one found on the Leap is padded, and we find it more comfortable. All of this informations doesn’t mean that the Think is not a comfortable chair.

On the contrary, it’s very comfortable, but for the people that enjoy mesh backrests and firmer seats. And, the price difference between the Leap and Think can be felt in the comfort department.

Build quality

You shouldn’t have to worry about build quality with almost every Steelcase chair. Steelcase is kind of a synonym for build quality in the office chairs world and the 12-year warranty they offer with both the Think and the Leap should ensure you have confidence in the build quality and durability with any of these chairs.

Both are sturdy and well-made to last your years, all that with heavy usage. The high-end materials used to make them will ensure that you won’t be disappointed in their durability and build quality.


Steelcase Think V2

  • Height: 37.25″ to 42″
  • Wight Limit: 400 lbs
  • Seat Width: 20.25″
  • Adjustable Lumbar Support
  • Headrest (Add-On)
  • 4D Adjustable Armrests (Add-On)
  • 3D Knit or Leather Backrest

Steelcase Leap

Steelcase Leap V2 Blue
  • Height: 38.5″ to 43.5″
  • Wight Limit: 400 lbs
  • Seat Width: 19.25″
  • Adjustable Lumbar Support
  • Adjustable Back Tension
  • 4D Adjustable Armrests (Add-On)
  • Aluminum base


Chair design, another factor that is all a matter of personal preference. But, we have to say that both of these look exceptional. There are design differences between them, however. The Steelcase Think has a minimalist design, and we feel many minimalists will prefer the Think’s design over the Leap’s design.

Leap, on the other hand, has a more curved, modern design. It’s also narrower than the Think. The massive difference is the design of the backrest; the Think has one made from 3D knit (there is also a leather option, but the one with 3D knit is much more popular), that is more square, while the one on the Leap is more rounded and kind-of distanced from the seat.

This is all a personal choice, but be sure that no matter which one of these you choose, they will fit amazingly in your home office.

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Assembly process

With many high-end office chairs, they come almost fully assembled, and that is the case with the Think and the Leap. Both of these come almost completely assembled; a huge time and nerve saver, and a warm welcome compared to those budget chairs that take a long time to assemble. When the chairs arrive in a huge box, you will be able to use them in less than 5 mins.

Steelcase Think vs Leap Conclusion

We firmly believe that no matter which Steelcase chair you choose for your home office, you can’t go wrong with anyone. There are of course differences between them as there are between these two. The Think is for those who like a chair with a mesh back and a firmer seat, and the Leap is for those who prefer a softer seat and more adjustability features.

There is also a difference in the price, as the Think is less expensive than the Leap. If you are on a budget, the Think is the chair for you, and if the budget is not a problem for you, you will not regret choosing the Steelcase Leap, as it is one of the best office chairs available right now.

Feel free to check out how the Think compares to the Steelcase Gesture here.

By |2021-11-21T22:14:07+00:00November 2nd, 2021|Office Equipment Reviews|

Herman Miller Mirra 1 vs Mirra 2 – Office Chair Comparison

There’s no need to speak a lot about Herman Miller; everyone knows that that name stands as a synonym for quality, design, and ergonomic perfection in the high-end office chair world. The Mirra is one of their most well-known and popular chairs and on the upgraded Mirra 2 they have done a tremendous job.

However, when planning to pay that much for an office chair, you want to know just how much the Mirra 2 is better than the original version of the Mirra chair, and if it’s worth it. Do all of the new features found on the Mirra 2 justify its price?

Let’s find out in our Herman Miller Mirra 1 vs 2 showdown.

Herman Miller Mirra 1 vs 2

Short overview

Herman Miller Mirra 1 Office Chair

Herman Miller Mirra 1

Introduced to the world scene back in 2003, the Mirra was something that wasn’t seen before. A beautiful, futuristic design, packed with a ton of adjustment features made the Mirra a chair that everyone wanted and got several great awards for it, too.

Herman Miller Mirra 2

Herman Miller Mirra 2

Ten years have gone by, and Herman Miller released the new version of the Mirra. The Mirra 2 retains the similar shape that the original model has, but in a smaller frame. With its elegant design and superb build quality, it is truly hard not to recommend it to anyone that is looking for a new, high-end office chair.

Build quality and construction

One of the lowest priced office chairs made by Herman Miller, both the Mirra 1 and the newer Mirra 2 don’t lack amazing build quality. That is one of the main factors that the brand is so known for and both versions are sturdy made, as you would expect. The Herman Miller Mirra 2 is made from high-quality materials and is made in the USA.

The Mirra 2 weighs only 42 lbs (8 lbs lighter than Mirra 1), which means that moving around in it is quite easy and smooth. Polyurethane, plastic, and aluminum are used to make it, and you can be sure that durability-wise, you won’t have any issues. Pretty much the same goes for the original Mirra, durability is not an issue.

Both of these chairs have a mesh seat, and the mesh found on the Mirra 2 is AireWeave 2, a soft and durable mesh. For those who prefer a soft seat, these chairs may not be for you, because of the stiffer feel of the seat on both the Mirra 1 and the Mirra 2. However, for the ones that prefer that stiff feel and the support it gives, these chairs are a great option. With the Mirra 2, you have an option to choose the TriFlex Back and the Butterfly Back. For those who like to have mesh on the backrest, our suggestion is to go with the Butterfly Back, as the mesh cover makes a difference.

So, the final takeaway here is that, regarding build quality, you truly can’t go wrong with any of these, as they are both built to last, and the 12-year warranty you get with both of them proves just that.

Adjustment features

So, since we already mentioned that the Mirra 1 made a sensation when it was released, one of those factors that have made it that sensational was surely the adjustment features. The upgraded Mirra 2 just continues that “tradition”.

The older, Mirra 1 has a ton of adjustment features, some of which include the forward tilt, tilt tension, and lumbar tension, along with the standard seat height and depth adjustments. Back in the day that was a pretty big deal. So, fast forward ten years, and the Mirra 2 is widely regarded as some of the most adjustable chairs coming from Herman Miller.

The seat depth adjustment is controlled by a lever found just below the seat’s front side and it allows you to find the perfect position for your legs. Other than that, there are the standard seat height adjustment, adjustable lumbar support, and 4D adjustable arms. There is also an option for forward seat tilt, but that comes at an additional cost, further raising the price of this already high-priced chair. So, that is only recommended for people who truly need it, as most people can live without that feature.


The Herman Miller Mirra chairs are designed to give you the support where you most need it. Speaking of that, they shouldn’t be considered as soft chairs that you can lay on and fall asleep. They are designed for working and studying, and for that, they are quite comfortable, even after long hours.

We already mentioned that the seat is on the stiffer side, since it’s made from mesh, and that will suit many people. The mesh also gives the chairs improved airflow and breathability, to help you sweat less. Owe have to mention that one of the most important features, comfort-wise, on the Mirra 2 is the exceptionally comfortable armrests.


Both of the office chairs, the Mirra 1 and the Mira 2, have an exceptional design, designed by Studio 7.5. The curved seat and the design of the backrest make these chairs look futuristic and gorgeous. They are one of the most beautifully designed chairs that we’ve seen.

Herman Miller Mirra 1

But, the design differences between the two are not that huge, with the Mirra 2 having a little bit sleeker design and a smaller frame, as we previously mentioned.

Herman Miller Mirra 2

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You can’t go wrong with any of these two chairs; they both have the supreme build quality and are made from high-end materials. But, the Mirra 2 has a few improvements that can make a difference to some people and a smaller frame that can better suit smaller people. If you are upgrading from some budget chair to the Mirra 1 or the Mirra 2, the difference would be massive.

By |2021-11-16T12:54:58+00:00October 30th, 2021|Office Equipment Reviews|

HP Envy 7645 e-All-in-One Printer Review – An affordable and reliable wireless printer

One of the most popular printers at this price point, the HP Envy 7645 surely does a lot to justify that popularity. Even though all-in-one printers at this price point can be unreliable at times, the Envy 7645 doesn’t fall into that group.

When you are looking for a new wireless printer and don’t want to spend a little fortune on it, it’s considered that you would use it occasionally. That means the printers in this price range are designed for home offices, college dorms, and other places where everyday printing isn’t needed. The HP Envy 7645 absolutely is that kind of printer.

Reliable, with a couple of other options besides regular printing, the Envy 7645 is a printer that will not set you back a lot, but still be a good-quality all-in-one printer for all of your needs.

Let’s jump into the full review.

HP Envy 7645 Printer Review

Short overview

The HP Envy 7645 e-All-in-one printer is designed for light usage, therefore it doesn’t have a lot of special features that some high-end printers have. That shouldn’t be a problem anyway, since it’s not designed and engineered for people that need the absolute best printing quality and need an everyday printer.

HP Envy 7645

A great, reliable home office printer

The HP Envy 7645 e-All-in-one wireless printer should be at the top of the list of potential printers for those who need a printer for light usage. Its great design and print speed make it a nice addition to any office.

It’s one of the better printers for small home offices, with options for printing, faxing, scanning and copying. Armed with wi-fi and USB connectivity, it’s a convenient printer that lets you print from your wi-fi-compatible devices.

Construction and features

The HP Envy 7645 printer, since it’s designed for smaller spaces, isn’t huge and weighs only just over 25 lbs. That means it should comfortably fit in most offices and still shouldn’t take up a lot of space. The design is sleek and modern, with round edges designed to fit in any home office space. The 3.5″ touchscreen display is found right in the center of the Envy 7645 and that display allows you to configure your printing preferences. We were especially thrilled when we saw that the Envy 7645 has the automatic duplex feature, which is always a warm welcome.

The initial setup process takes up very little time, no more than 20 mins. It’s compatible with PCs and Mac devices. You can also print straight from your smartphone; just install the HP app and you are good to go. Quite convenient.


The thermal inkjet printing technology that the HP Envy 7645 uses, along with the 4800 x 1200 optimized DPI color (that’s the most possible) makes this printer put out some good-quality pictures and documents. Obviously, that’s not the best, but it should fit most people’s needs. It’s surely not recommended for photography enthusiasts and people who need the best printing quality possible.

It can print up to 14 ppm, which is a good enough speed and can prove in-handy when you find yourself in a hurry and need to print multiple pages, but for some large business places, that’s not quick enough. The HP Envy 7645 e-All-in-one printer uses HP’s 62 and 62 XL black and color cartridges.

Ink Cartridges that the HP Envy 7645 e-All-in-one printer uses

HP 62 Black Ink Cartridge

HP 62 Tri-color Ink Cartridge

HP 62 Tri-Color Ink Cartridges

HP 62XL Black Ink Cartridge

HP 62XL Tri-Color Ink Cartridge

HP 62XL Tri-Color Ink


With a quick setup and a fair price, this HP printer is very hard not to recommend to anyone that needs a reliable and affordable wireless printer for their home office. The printing quality is not outstanding, but it’s not bad either. It’s a solid all-in-one printer that any home office should welcome with open arms.

If you are looking for affordable printers, feel free to read our list of the best all-in-one printers under $150 or read our review of another printer from the Envy lineup, the HP Envy Photo 6255.

By |2022-01-10T14:57:10+00:00October 29th, 2021|Office Equipment Reviews|

NOUHAUS Ergo3D Ergonomic Office Chair Review – A comfortable and affordable mesh office chair

NOUHAUS is a brand coming from the United States that isn’t actually known as much as Herman Miller or Steelcase, but they certainly know how to make a good and affordable office chair. Their Ergo3D ergonomic office chair is one of their, if not their most well-known chair.

It’s an affordable chair with a ton of ergonomic features that aim to make your time on it pleasant, and for those who often experience back pain, help in removing it. Certainly, not the most aesthetically pleasing chair in the world, Ergo3D has other things by which it can praise itself.

Let’s jump into NOUHAUS Ergo3D review.

NOUHAUS Ergo3D Ergonomic Office Chair Review

Short Overview

NOUHAUS aims with the Ergo3D to bring you as much as ergonomic features as possible to make you “forget that you are working”. While we think that is highly impossible, even with much more expensive office chairs, that doesn’t mean that NOUHAUS has done a bad job with the Ergo3D. The Ergo3D has a characteristic design with the seat and two-part backrest made from mesh. It also features a headrest, which provides support for the head, and often isn’t found on the chairs that are double the price of the Ergo3D.

A good mesh office chair

For those who prefer mesh chairs, the NOUHAUS Ergo3D should truly be one of their frontrunners for a new chair, as it has several strong suits which include the build quality, ergonomic features, and a great 5-year warranty.

Since NOUHAUS is a much smaller and newer brand than the likes of Steelcase and Herman Miller which we’ve previously mentioned, it’s fairly reasonable that people may be skeptical of the quality and durability of their chairs. That shouldn’t be the case at all, because NOUHAUS does an amazing job with their chairs, particularly with the Ergo3D which we are going to review now.

Construction and build quality

When looking to spend a couple of hunders of dollars on a new office chair, you expect it to be durable and well-made so it can last you a long time without having to spend extra money and time on possible repairs. Even though the NOUHAUS Ergo3 certainly isn’t a high-end office chair, it should still be a well-constructed chair.

Luckily, it truly is. The chair gives off a stable and sturdy impression with most of it’s parts being very high-quality, especially the wheelbase, which is made from aluminum. We feel the mesh could’ve been a more higher quality one, as most of the chair is covered in that mesh. However, that is one of the very few remarks we could find on the Ergo3D. The five-year warranty that the chair manufacturer gives to anyone that purchases this office chair, does a lot to spike confidence in the chair’s durability and its build quality. It features steel parts and the armrests are made from nice-quality PU leather. The maximum weight limit is 275 lbs, which is not the best in the class, but not the worst also. Overall, for an ergonomic office chair at this price point, it couldn’t have been much better.

Adjustability features

NOUHAUS Ergo3D Ergonomic Office Chair Grey

A good office chair needs to have a lot of adjustability features that will contour parts of the chair to your body, giving you more support and ultimately, making you more comfortable. More affordable office chairs don’t tend to have a lot of adjustability features. That isn’t completely the case with the NOUHAUS Ergo3D. It has several adjustable parts that aim to help you in getting the ideal setting.

Let’s go from top to bottom. The mesh headrest of the Ergo3D has a contoured shape and you can adjust it up/down. That is a nice feature that allows taller people to bring the headrest up, and not miss out on that feature.

The Dynamic Lumbar Support is also adjustable, but not manually, rather it responds to the movement of your body and that “reacts” to it. Armrests are 4D adjustable armrests, meaning they can move in 4 directions. That allows you to get the perfect height to position your arms on them while you are gaming or working.

There are also the standard seat height adjustment and the tilt options. The seat height is adjusted by the hydraulic gas lift, as expected. All of these adjustments work truly great together to try and bring you the best experience possible.


We have to say that this chair is not the best option if you are a taller person. The manufacturer recommends the Ergo3D to persons that are with a height up to 6’1″ and we feel that is entirely true. Shorter persons that adjust all the parts of the chair to their liking will experience a much better time sitting on the NOUHAUS Ergo3D. Since the chair is basically made entirely out of mesh, there is very little padding. Some people may find that as an issue, while others may prefer it better that way. The mesh truly adds a lot to the breathability of the Ergo3D, making this chair mostly recommended for people who live in hotter environments or sweat a lot during working.

Padding on the armrest, on the other hand, is quite fine. All the mesh and ergonomic design add to the overall comfort level that the Ergo3D has, and for the shorter people, it’s an amazing office chair, especially if you take the time to tweak and play with the adjustment features and truly nail that setting that your body needs.

If you are getting a comfortable chair for work or studying, this one should surely be on your list. If you wish to watch a movie or TV show in this chair, that will also be a nice experience, as the Ergo3D offers a recline function to get you laid back and relaxed. Overall, the comfort that the NOUHAUS Ergo3D provides to the user is quite good, and the people who prefer mesh over padded seats and backrests will find this chair amazing. Therefore, if you are a college student, we consider this chair one of the best desk chairs for college students out there.


NOUHAUS Ergo3D Burgundy Colorway

Everyone wants a good-looking office chair, especially if one spends a higher amount of money on it. In our opinion, the Ergo3D is not an especially good-looking chair, and many people will agree with us. Some, on the other hand, may not find this as an issue, and others might this of this chair as a good-looking one. In the end, looks are a matter of personal preference, and it always should be like that.

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Assembly process

One of the strongest points of the NOUHAUS Ergo3D is its fairly easy assembly process. It shouldn’t take you a lot of time, and if you happen to have a pair of helping hands, the process will be a lot faster. The allen wrench that is needed to assemble the Ergo3D is included in the box, so you shouldn’t have to worry if you have the necessary wrench at home. The whole process should take you up to one hour tops, and if you are more skilled in assembling things, even faster.


While there are several things that you won’t like about this chair, there a plenty of them that will make you like it very much, just like we did. It may not provide the best value of all the other ergonomic office chairs at this price range, but it’s a rather comfortable chair with a good build quality, designed to last you for quite some time.

By |2021-11-17T14:56:58+00:00October 28th, 2021|Office Equipment Reviews|

Steelcase Amia Review – One Of The Best Steelcase Chairs

Steelcases’ fantastic lineup of office chairs has a chair that isn’t that much talked about as some other ones, but it has fantastic features that will make your time spent on it comfortable and enjoyable. We are talking about the Steelcase Amia, Steelcases’ underrated chair that will be a fantastic option for those who need a chair that they need to use for more than 8+ hours, like programmers and college students.

And the best thing about this chair is that it offers so much without the need to drain your wallet for it. Compared to the likes of Herman Miller Aeron and other Steelcase chairs like the Gesture, it has plenty of features that they have, at a lesser price.

Sounds good right? If it does, let’s jump into the review.

Steelcase Amia Office Chair Review

Construction and build quality

The first thing we would like to talk about is the construction and build quality of the Amia. It’s a well-known fact that the Steelcase chairs are made will quality and durability in mind. The Amia is no exception there. Even though it isn’t priced as high as the chairs we mentioned above, it can compete with them in this department easily.

An underrated Steelcase chair

The Amia proves to be one of the best office chairs that Steelcase produces, and its exceptional build quality and design make it a great option for anybody that needs a chair for long working hours.

All of the parts that were used to make the Steelcase Amia are high-end and premium. The sturdy and solid feel is there, and that means that when you get the Amia, you get the chair that will potentially last you more than 10-15 years, and it can’t get much better than that. The Amia also has a maximum weight limit of 400 lbs, which means that it is also a good option for heavier and bigger people, and it also speaks about the overall build quality of this office chair.

Adjustability features

The Amia has a lot of adjustability options that will allow you to position and configure most of the chair’s parts for your personal preference and get the most ergonomic and comfortable experience. Like with most office chairs, from the most affordable ones to the high-end ones, you get the standard seat height adjustment that is found on the Steelcase Amia as well. That can be adjusted by the lever that is found underneath the seat on the right side. Works quite easy and smooth, as you would expect from Steelcase.

Now, the next feature is usually not found on budget office chairs like the previous one, rather than the more expensive ones. We are talking about the seat depth adjustment feature. That is also adjusted by the lever, found on the left side this time. This feature allows you to get closer to your monitor and get more immersed in your work.

The great thing about ergonomically designed office chairs is that they are designed to support your lower back and that if you have a back issue, they help tremendously in removing or preventing it. Most of the time that is done with the help of lumbar support. The Steelcase Amia has a LiveLumbar technology implemented in its height-adjustable lumbar support to give the user more support with its shape-changing movements.

Steelcase Amia Back View

Arms used on the Amia are 4D adjustable arms, meaning that you can adjust their height, pivot, depth, and width to get your perfect position. A pretty standard feature, but it works seamlessly.

Other adjustability features include the back tension, the back lock, and the great synchro-tilt mechanism, found on more expensive and advanced chairs like the Amia surely is.

So, with all these adjustment features it will be pretty straightforward to get that perfect position and adjust the support that your back needs. The Steelcase Amia is one of the better chairs that removes back pain and it does that quite quickly.


Now, the vital part that you should look into when choosing your next office chair is how comfortable it is and will it still be comfortable after a long time (will the seat flatten, etc.)? This is one part where Amia excels. It is definitely one of the best chairs for long hours and that is credited to many factors.

First off, the level of adjustability we previously mentioned lets the chair contour to your body shape and provide back support that is essential. Secondly, the seat is quite spacious (great for bigger people), soft and very flexible. It does not have a headrest but for many people that won’t be a huge downside. Overall, the Steelcase Amia is one of the most comfortable office chairs that you can lay your hands on.


The design that the Steelcase Amia has a gorgeous design that makes Amia almost a perfect-looking office chair. The curved back and the thicker seat truly go well together along with the nicely designed armrests. Safe to say, it will fit almost anywhere you place it, no matter if it’s an open office, a home office, or someplace else. It comes in a number of different colorways, with some of them being quite vibrant. We’ve gone with the classic black colorway, with the black fabric and the black frame, as it, in our opinion, looks the most modern and sleek.

Assembly process

The Steelcase Amia assembly process is literally nonexistent, as it comes fully assembled in a large box. That is the case with most high-end office chairs; they either come fully assembled or that need just a little assembly time. For those who were worried that the assembly will be complicated and boring, don’t, as with the Amia you’ll have none of that.


The Steelcase Amia is a chair that has most of the features of the expensive, high-end chair but comes at a lower price. Build quality, comfort, and design of this Steelcase chair are nothing short of amazing and the Amia is a chair that provides great value. Sure, it’s not that cheap, but the durability it has will make it serve you many, many years without a problem, and that is one of the reasons Steelcase is that well-known.

If you are interested in another chair made by Steelcase, the Think, feel free to check our review here.

By |2021-11-15T15:06:34+00:00October 27th, 2021|Office Equipment Reviews|