Comfortable Ergonomic Office Chairs
Ergonomic chairs offer more than just a comfy place to sit. Choosing an ergonomic chair for your home office or business is far more important than you might think; comfort is only part of the issue. Ergonomics focuses on proper body alignment and posture as they relate to interaction with your surroundings. More
Ergonomic Office Chairs
Belridge Gray Dining Chair
Belridge Light Pink Dining Chair
Chasefield Black Desk Chair
Chasefield White Desk Chair
Malmaison Black Desk Chair
Malmaison Gray Desk Chair
Oakvale Black Desk Chair
Alera ALEHPM4201 Wrigley Series High Performance Mid-Back Multifunction Task Chair
Alera ALEHPM4202 Wrigley Series High Performance Mid-Back Multifunction Task Chair
Alera ALEHPS4201 Wrigley Series High Performance Mid-Back Synchro-Tilt Task Chair
Alera ALEHPS4202 Wrigley Series High Performance Mid-Back Synchro-Tilt Task Chair
How to Choose the Best Ergonomic Chair
Choosing the right ergonomic chair can have a huge impact on comfort and work productivity while offering a stylish and modern look to your space. Many office workers sit for 40 hours every week, and their chairs affect both their health and well-being. Even if you won’t be sitting in your chair for quite as many hours, be sure to consider adjustability, support and materials when choosing an ergonomic chair.
Every part of an ergonomic chair should allow for custom adjustments, which makes the chair more useful for varying heights and needs. The ability to raise or lower a seat or recline a backrest allows users to modify their chairs as they wish.
Ergonomic chairs will also help you keep good posture while working. Proper lumbar support follows the inward bend of the spine. It is important to have enough curve for support yet still be comfortable. Chairs with a modifiable lower back curve are the best options for spinal health. Also, a backrest that can recline as well as adjust forward and backward is ideal.
Chairs with low-quality fabric and padding may be cheaper, but materials are key in ergonomic chairs. Look for tough, easy-care fabrics that breathe. Also, make sure the seat padding won't compress with use. Flat, bunched chair pads cause painful spine and hip issues over time. Paying a bit more for strong, stable materials is the smarter choice.
When comparing models, consider an ergonomic chair with adjustable armrests that allow the shoulders to relax and ease upper body tension. If your office space has low-pile carpet or tile, wheels may be a good option, too.
Whether in your home office or company headquarters, poor seating can make or break a workspace. Adjustability, support and materials are critical factors when choosing an ergonomic chair.