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Appoint Yourself the 'Chair Man'

Posted: Nov. 29th, 2006  |  By JustLuxe TeamThe Affluent Lifestyle Guide
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Luxury Gifts: Is there someone special, perhaps, even a group, whose everyday presence keeps scurrying, hurrying and worrying at a manageable or a tolerable level? If you answered yes, then that individual or entourage is priceless. So, take advantage of this timeframe and give a gift of comfort and joy to someone who provides you with plenty of both year round. An ergonomically adjustable desk chair that cradles and soothes a body is a very thoughtful gift. This chair, which is available through Hammacher Schlemmer, is a gift that keeps on giving every time it is used.

The German-designed ergonomic chair does not require an engineering degree to operate it. The chair automatically adjusts according to a sitter's body weight. It has a full range of firmness ranging from cushy to taut. Additionally, lumbar support is provided, and the armrests and headrest are very simple to adjust. The chair's breezy mesh material combined with two inches of polyester padding keep it cool and comfy all day long. The chair also reclines, so it is not just a work chair.

Since, it is the season to be jolly, why not add some stylish décor and pick up a complementing bamboo office-chair mat too? Being made from the hardest portions of China-cultivated bamboo, it is portable, lightweight and durable. The mat also is resistant to scuffs, as it has seven coats of the same type of finish used on the finest installed hardwood floors.

These are gifts that may benefit the giver as much as the receivers. Hammacher Schlemmer has numerous gift options and gift certificates too.

For LxM James Rothaar
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