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Lately I have been tying in my recliner with a portable tying station, while I watch the Braves play. Not ideal, but okay. Mostly streamers.

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All I can add is that a good chair should fit the person sitting in it.

I am 6'5" 265lbs, a proper chair eluded me for years. My wife's company did an office remodel about 10 years back and employees got first crack at the office furniture. I picked up a couple office chairs made for big folks that adjust for height and seat depth and have arms that have about 6-7" of height adjustment.

I have one at my tying desk and one at my office and are very comfortable. The seat depth and height adjustment are key for me, legs bent at 90 degrees and thighs parallel to the floor and supported by a deep seat. No back fatigue. A tying session for me will be 2-4 hours 3 to 4 nights a week in season.


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