Top 3 myths on Office chairs
Seat manufacturing is a competitive business. The marketers are pressured to sell as many chairs as possible. Given the chance, they often use the term ergonomic freely and frequently because there is no definite description of what the word means. So pay attention to the details of the chair and check if it meets your need. Also, there are some misconceptions you must be aware of before getting office chairs. The most popular of them are discussed below,
A high back chair is necessary to avoid back pain
In truth, you do not need a high back chair as long as it provides a good support to your lower back. This makes sure that the rest of your back is in good posture. Also, for your overall comfort an adjustable back is important too. If the chair lacks this feature, get a separate back support for office chairs.
Well sculpted lumbar supports is great
If a chair has a deep shaped back foam, it is highly unlikely that it matches with your own back’s shape and makes you feel really uncomfortable. A good lightly shaped lumbar support for office chairs with adjustable height and great durability should be fine.
One piece shell chair makes good executive chairs
These chairs that are made from a single combined back and seat often look great. But as the angle between seat and back remains fixed, it cannot be varied to meet your particular requirements. This inflexibility is not well for your health and comfort.
Keep these points in mind before buying an office chair and avoid picking the wrong one.
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