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Office Chairs Direct NZ Launches Online Store to buy chairs

Office Chairs Direct NZ Launches Online Store to buy chairs in New Zealand

If you are looking to buy new office chairs and want a high quality product at the guaranteed lowest price, Office Chairs Direct is the place for you. Set up out of frustration at the cost of new office chairs, Office Chairs Direct has set up a web only business, allowing consumers to purchase New Zealand’s leading brand chairs at a discounted price.

The reason that Office Chairs Direct are able to guarantee that they will be the lowest price is that they do not have the overheads of a retail premises (although you can visit them in their Parnell studio). They take a smaller margin on sales – therefore passing the cost savings on to you, the consumer.

Started by Richard Conway, a well-known New Zealand entrepreneur who is regularly featured in the New Zealand Herald (, and also owns the Pure SEO, one of New Zealand’s leading online marketing companies. He is also a resident at The Icehouse – the only technology incubator outside the US rated by Forbes as in the world’s top 10. Office Chairs Direct is able to offer companies and corporations any number of chairs delivered nationwide.

Providing office chairs from New Zealand’s leading office chair brands including, Buro Seating, Damba (now called Gregory NZ) and Knights Furniture. Office Chairs Direct provides three different categories on their website. They offer office chairs (also known as task seating in the industry), these are for everyday use, when sitting at a computer or desk. Executive seating, which is for high end and boardroom chairs and finally a clearance chairs section, where they list the chairs with big discounts (also known as the giveaway section!).

If you are interested in a single office chair or if you would like thousands, you can contact Office Chairs Direct on 0508 FOR CHAIR (367 242) or you can visit their website at


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