Thread: Reading Chair?
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Old 09-01-2012, 10:05 AM   #69
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Originally Posted by DMB View Post
Quite a while back I broke my neck in a horrific accident. It was operated on and still carries a metal plate and screws and a lot of bone overgrowth. As result I have constant neck pain and need a chair with a very upright back that goes all the way up to the back of my head. So I have an office chair bought with that in mind.

But I also like an 18th-century high-backed wing-armchair with a footstool. This sort of thing:

That is the type of chair that I use too. It is perfect for reading and I prefer to my lazyboy recliner. You need good posture to avoid back aches, and that chair has it.
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