By Frances Wisniewski. Office Chair. Published at Wednesday, July 18th, 2018 - 07:48:26 AM.
Test it first. The best way to select is good office chair is to test it firsthand. If possible, the person who will be using the chair should take it for a test drive. Check the fit. Make sure the chair height can be adjusted to ensure your feet rest on the floor. Is the seat cushion comfortable? Does it feel stable and balanced in a variety of positions?.
Check out the armrests. If the chair will be used at a desk or computer workstation, then make sure the armrests are designed so that the chair can be pulled up close to the workstation. Adjustable armrests are also a nice option. Some chairs come with armrests that extend 10 inches or less from the back of the seat. These armrests allow you to work close to the workstation while also providing a place to rest your arms.
Make sure the chair wheel casters are appropriate for the flooring they will be used on. Hard wheel casters are appropriate for carpet and some solid surface materials. However, if your chair will be used on hardwood floors or other flooring material that can be damagedFeature Articles, then you should strongly consider soft wheel casters. Choose the right fabric. The fabric should be one that allows a firm seat with no sliding. It should also be a breathable fabric that allows easy cleanup of spills.
Many office chairs are on rollers. That provides for easy movement of the chair under the desk and allows you to move from one work station to another without ever standing up. Office chairs without rollers are called side chairs and are intended for use by visitors to your office. Comfort in your office chair is a key to a productive day. This is also true for the your employees. If they are uncomfortable in their chair, they will take more breaks and spend less time actually producing results.
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