The NOUHAUS Ergo3D and ErgoFlip are two office chairs that offer both function and design. These chairs are designed with office work ergonomics in mind.
Office workers, people who work from home, streamers, and gamers, all deserve a trustworthy chair. We are here to compare them both to help you choose between the NOUHAUS Ergo3D Vs. ErgoFlip office chair.
Table of Contents
|NOUHAUS ERGO3D ERGONOMIC OFFICE CHAIR||NOUHAUS ErgoFlip MESH COMPUTER CHAIR|
|Lumbar Support||Adjustable 3-Dimensional Lumbar Support System||Non-adjustable lumbar support|
|Headrest||2D headrest that is 3D adjustable||2D headrest that is 3D adjustable|
|Back Rest And Recline Feature||Reclines up to 135 degrees with tilt lock for protection||Reclines up to 135 degrees with tilt lock for protection|
|Armrests||4D adjustable and can be removed||Padded armrests for added comfort|
|Seat||Chair width is 19.7 inches with a seat depth of 16.3 inches||Chair width is 19.7 inches with a seat depth of 17.7 inches|
Breaking it Down
The criteria for judging these chairs will be based on different ergonomic requirements from back support to seat depth. We will also consider the price for budget-conscious consumers.
One feature on the checklists of people looking for a great office chair is back support. A great ergonomic chair should support the user’s spine in a neutral position.
The NOUHAUS Ergo3D Ergonomic chair has the advanced 3-Dimensional Lumbar Support System. This cutting-edge feature not only supports the sitter’s back, but also hugs and adjusts to the contour of the person’s back and spine.
Improved back support will reduce the pain and compression, especially for people who work and sit at a desk 10 hours a day. With this feature, the chair’s lumbar support will shift and adjust to the sitter as they move in the chair.
Unlike the NOUHAUS Ergo3D, the lumbar support on the NOUHAUS ErgoFlip is not adjustable. Even with its super-lounge tilt feature, the backrest does not adjust to the user’s back.
It supports the back and affords the user comfort; however, it is not as efficient as the NOUHAUS Ergo3D.
Winner: In terms of overall back support and comfort, the NOUHAUS Ergo 3D won this round. With its advanced 3-Dimensional Lumbar Support System, it provides extreme back support for the user.
A headrest on an office chair is a reminder for the user to keep their heads touching it.
NOUHAUS Ergo3D features a 2D 13 by 6.7-inch headrest. This headrest is highly adjustable and can be moved in an up and down motion to support your head and neck. You can adjust it in whatever sitting position you are in and whatever height you may be.
Some office chairs have a fixed headrest, so this adjustable feature is welcomed. It is especially useful for a short nap on your break.
Like the NOUHAUS Ergo3D, the NOUHAUS ErgoFlip office chair is a 2D headrest 13 inches in length and 6.7 inches tall. It is also adjustable by tilting it up and down to the user’s desire.
Winner: If the chair’s headrest is on the top of your list, you cannot go wrong with either of these chairs. Both have 2D headrests that are adjustable to accommodate different heights.
Back Rest and Recline Feature
The reclining and backrest feature is vital for pain reduction for both your back and neck. It prevents poor posture while you sit. If you are suffering from acute back pain, you may want to move this feature to the top of your list.
The NOUHAUS Ergo3D office chair features the Super-Lounge Tilt, which allows you to recline up to 135 degrees. It comes with a tilt lock feature to keep you comfortable and safe as you play or do tasks.
Just like the NOUHAUS Ergo3D, the NOUHAUS ErgoFlip also tilts at a 135-degree angle as the user lounges. It also comes with a tilt lock mechanism to lock the chair in place.
Winner: You cannot go wrong with the backrest and recline feature for both of these office chairs. Both chairs recline and they recline at the same angle for maximum comfort.
You might think armrests in an office chair are only used for resting. They also take the pressure off of your lower back by supporting your upper limbs. Armrests on office chairs will benefit anyone with back problems. This is why most office chairs have them.
Besides the lumbar support, the armrests are the cream of the crop in the NOUHAUS Ergo3D office chairs. Their armrests can be adjusted in three different ways: lifting them up and down, sliding them back and forth, or pivoting them to different angles.
If you are not a fan of armrests but fell in love with the chair’s lumbar support, you can take the armrest out of the chair, and it will still work perfectly for you.
The armrests that come with the NOUHAUS ErgoFlip are widely different from their counterpart. Their armrests are only able to flip up and down. However, this chair comes with the advantage of padded armrests making it more comfortable.
Winner: The winner of this round depends on what you find attractive — padded armrests or ultra-adjustable armrests. For us, the ultra-adjustable armrests are what won this category since few office chairs have this feature.
The seat requirement accounts for both the seat width and depth. If you are taller, you should find a deeper seat. If you are a shorter person, look for a shallower one.
The NOUHAUS Ergo3D’s chair width is 19.7 inches with a seat depth of 16.3 inches. The seat is made with mesh for better airflow. This is especially useful whether you work in an office or at home because it decreases sweating and stickiness, which is a downside you find in leather-made chairs.
The NOUHAUS ErgoFlip has the advantage of having a deeper seat than its counterpart. It is .6 centimeters less in terms of hip width size. Like the NOUHAUS Ergo3D, it is made of mesh to let air flow as the user sits.
Winner: Both of the two seats take the cake for this category. A taller person might appreciate the inch difference in the seat depth of the ErgoFlip. A more petite person might prefer the shallower seat on the Ergo3D chair.
There is a consensus that one should be able to spend a certain amount when buying a high-quality ergonomic office chair. However, quality is not always reflected by a product’s retail price. It can be true for some office chairs, but not all of them.
- CONFORMS TO YOUR LIFE: With it’s 4D Adjustable Armrest and Lumbar System, ElastoMesh, 135 Degree Back Tilt,...
- EASE INTO WORK, OR PLAY: Mesh Headrest adjusts up and down while the 4D Adjust Arms go forwards, back, up, down,...
- SOFT HD OFFICE CHAIR: Our breathable ElastoMesh provides optimal airflow to avoid sweating and sticking. But it’s...
The NOUHAUS Ergo3D office chair is pricier than the NOUHAUS ErgoFlip. It has more than enough cutting-edge features to justify its higher price tag.
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- SOFT, BREATHABLE MESH: No one likes sweating in their chair, but The Ergo Flip is made with breathable ElastoMesh...
On the other hand, the NOUHAUS ErgoFlip retails at a lower price. It boasts enough features to be considered a clear competitor of the Ergo3D office chair.
Winner: The price will matter depending on your office chair budget. For us, the added cost for the NOUHAUS Ergo3D justifies its price, especially when the back support is significant in the must-haves of your future ergonomic office chair.
This doesn’t mean the NOUHAUS ErgoFlip is lacking. For a significantly lower price, it is one of the most advanced chairs in its price range, and one would get the most out of it for sure.
All in all, this category is a tie because the cost adds up for the Ergo3D, while the ErgoFlip is a great and advanced chair considering its price range.
The NOUHAUS Ergo3D won by a couple of points at seven because of its lumbar and armrests features.
The NOUHAUS ErgoFlip, on the other hand, accumulated four points in total.
Pros and Cons
|NOUHAUS ERGO3D||● 4D-Adjustable and can be taken off|
● Excellent 3-Dimensional Lumbar Support System that is adjustable
● Carries more ergonomic features
● 135 degrees back recline
|● Pricier than ErgoFlip|
|NOUHAUS ERGOFLIP||● Great features for its lower price tag|
● Padded armrests
● 135 degrees back recline
|● Less ergonomic versus Ergo3D|
It is clear from the chart and the tally below the clear winner is the Ergo3D, with the only drawback being the chair’s price. In the chair’s defense, each feature of the Ergo3D adds up to this perfect ergonomic chair that is considerably cheaper considering all its innovative features.
Both of these chairs have advantages and disadvantages, but each chair shows merit.
Some choose the superb back support the Ergo3D can provide, while others prefer the ErgoFlip because it is a more affordable chair. It is up to you to pick what you want based on the factors given.