Important Factors to Consider when buying your next Chair

Too Simple! No adjustments or Ergonomics

Too Simple, no Ergonomics

Too many adjustments & Complicated

Too many adjustments & Complicated

Perfectly adjustable & supported automatically

Perfectly adjustable & supported automatically




Too many levers or options, ends up with over complication and lack of use. Having all the adjustable options available often means they won't get used. When was the last time you adjusted yours? Research shows, the more options you have, the less likely you will use them or change them based on your position


Too many levers or options

Lower back Support or Lumbar Support is critically important. Sitting for long periods without adequate support tends to force us forward, creating a slouch or flattening of the natural curve in our spine. Choosing the right lumbar support is the first key. Lower back pain is so common, so why make it worse?


Too many levers or options

Ever thought about Armrests? Are they meant to be fixed or stationary? Well, they should be adjustable, as we humans are not all the same size or length. In Australia, armrests are not as common as we would like, however evidence shows having the appropriate amount of support for your arms, will lead to less fatigue and mobility in our joints. Ever get sore wrists when typing all day? You may not be sitting at the right height, have proper support for your elbows or forearms and should consider the benefits of armrests.


Armrests

Seat Material has never been more important. Ever thought what was living in your chair? Ever heard of the plume effect when you sit down? That's exactly what is going on within the fabrics of your chair. Living in the era of Covid-19, choosing the right material that not only assists in removing the environment for bacteria to thrive, but also make it easier to sanitise has never been more important.


Seat Material