ErgoTune Supreme V3 (2022) is in its third iteration and hence the official name is called ErgoTune Supreme V3. The first one being the ErgoTune (2019) and the second one being the ErgoTune Supreme V2 (2020).
Because the ErgoTune Supreme has been in the market for more than a year, the assembler has gotten very experienced in setting up the chair. My ErgoTune Supreme V2 (2020) took two guys 20 minutes to assemble the chair as I am the fourth one in Singapore to have it.
With the ErgoTune Supreme V3, it just takes one guy and less than ten minutes to assemble the chair.
The images on the booklet have also been updated to reflect the new changes. But this time around, they did not provide a card with the serial number of the chair.
The ErgoTune Supreme V3 is a relatively minor update from the ErgoTune Supreme V2 compared to ErgoTune Supreme V2 from ErgoTune. They took the best part from ErgoTune and put it inside ErgoTune Supreme V2 to give you ErgoTune Supreme V3.
The best part I am talking about is the separated ATLAS area. ATLAS stands for Auto-Tuning Lumbar Area Support. Previously, on the V2, the ATLAS is built into the backrest. For the V3, the ATLAS is now separated from the backrest and is now wider. You can now adjust the lumbar support tension because it is separated from the backrest.
The knob is located on both the left and right sides of the ATLAS, and there are three different resistance settings. I chose the most resistance as I like my lumbar well supported.
Besides the upgrade to ATLAS, the headrest also received an upgrade.
The height range of the headrest is a lot wider as now there are two points of height adjustment, one on the backrest joint, which is new, and the other existing one on the headrest itself. This allows the headrest to go even lower, overlapping the backrest to cater to different people’s heights.
An improvement has also been made to the depth adjustment of the headrest. There is now a locking mechanism that provides sturdier support to your head when resting on it.
In May 2022, three gas lift options will be available to customize to cater to different people’s heights. If you fall within 140 cm and 159 cm, you are considered petite. Within 160 cm to 179 cm, you are within the standard height range, and for 180 cm to 210 cm, you are considered tall.
The chair provided in this review is the standard height range since I am about 176 cm in height.
The ErgoTune Supreme V3 (2022) is a minor upgrade over the ErgoTune Supreme V2 (2020). To the potential new users, you will probably not notice much of a difference between them, and you do not have a choice since the V2 is no longer being sold.
There is no need for existing ErgoTune Supreme V2 (2020) customers to upgrade to the ErgoTune Supreme V3 (2022) since the difference is not substantial enough.
Everything else remains the same, including the price of S$599 and the colors available. So I would not go into details for this post. If you like, you can always read up my review on the ErgoTune Supreme V2 (2020).