Steelcase is a wonderful brand, and if you’ve checked out any of my reviews, you’ll know that I like the brand because they have the most premium ergonomic office chairs out there. Steelcase chairs generally look great, feel amazing, and last forever.
However, each chair has it’s strengths and advantages whether due to price, functionality, comfort, or style. The bad thing is that it can be confusing when buying a Steelcase chair since their website doesn’t make it completely obvious which chair is better.
The bad thing is that it can be confusing when buying a Steelcase chair since their website doesn’t make it completely obvious which chair is better. The only real difference the website gives you is the price between the chairs, but just because the Steelcase Gesture is the most expensive, doesn’t actually mean it has the best features or comfort.
In fact, I would wager it has the worst comfort level (although it does have the most adjustable arms?). Similarly, the Steelcase Amia is the cheapest, but it has a bit more features than the more expensive Steelcase Think (although the Think has mesh if you like that).
In this small guide, I’ll give you a breakdown of each Steelcase chair so you can pick the best one for you. If you’re still undecided after checking out our comparison chart, feel free to check out our reviews of each chair.