I had this chair for a while, bought it at the beginning of the pandemic because my old chair was an ancient IKEA piece of shit with absolutely no padding left. I would say that it is good for medium duty, 2 hours of sitting is fine, but after that it begins to get uncomfortable. The back support is there, it's alright, but it's not mind-bogglingly comfy.
Thankfully my company decided that it wanted to downsize somewhat and they sold of a bunch of their office chairs. In with the usual office crap were a few Herman Miller Mirra 2s that used to belong to managers, managed to snag a couple of those for about $20-$30 a piece. They are much, much better than the Costco chair. I could sit in these all day and I wouldn't get tired.>>81588030
I got the standing desk thing from Costco, it's alright. Wobbles a lot though. I can see my monitor dancing around as I type. Would consider an actual standing desk but I like my Galant too much, it's so comfy.>>81599931
Free is even better. Good find. Do you have to return it, or do you think you can make it "disappear"?>>81594662
Toronto pro tip: those pieces of furniture are not always owned by the richies, some of them used to belong to AirBnbs and can be a great way to pick up bedbugs. You should inspect them very, very carefully before picking them up.
t. buddy of mine snagged a whole pile of furniture from the condo building next store to his, only to discover bedbugs in his unit a few days later. He eventually had to throw out most of his stuff. Although that being said I've also picked up furniture in suburban Scarborough and it's been perfectly fine, that's how I came to own so much solid wood stuff.