Wednesday, July 29, 2015

5 Awesome Computer Chairs for Your Back

Operating with back pain at the office is never fun. Working in pain will no doubt limit your productivity and effectiveness in the workplace. So what can we do to fight back? Get a high quality computer chair with excellent ergonomic features! In today's post we'll highlight 5 awesome seating solutions specifically designed to provide top notch back support. Enjoy!

Eurotech Seating Tetra Computer ChairFirst up, the Tetra chair from Eurotech Seating. At just $177.50, the Tetra is the most affordable computer chair highlighted in today's post. That being said, it's still one of the most comfortable! With it's naturally pronounced lumbar area, you'll be sitting more effectively without changing a single adjustment. The Tetra comes standard with additional features that include tilt tension control, tilt lock, syncro tilt, seat height adjustment, and waterfall seat edge to help you take your work day to the next level. Take a seat in the Tetra just once and you'll be hooked. Your back will thank you every day you sit in this superior office chair!

Woodstock Creedence ChairNext up, the ultra comfortable Creedence chair from Woodstock Marketing. Available in a variety of cool color combinations, the Creedence is ready to make your office interior look great while simultaneously improving your operational effectiveness. The Creedence boasts a 250 pound weight capacity, weight activated seat mechanism, multi positional tilt lock, and much more. Priced at $329.00, these computer chairs are a great buy.

Ergo Contract Furniture Layover ChairIt's hard to top the new Layover chair from Ergo Contract Furniture! These high tech ergonomic seating solutions are cutting edge in every way. Whether you're looking to impress office guests, get comfortable when working, or save a buck on your new chair, the Layover is ready and willing to help. Available in a bunch of swanky mesh colors, You'll have no problem matching a Layover chair to your space. At just $267.99, you'll be surprised to find that the Layover computer chair comes standard with a 2 to 1 syncro tilt mechanism, button controlled adjustments, thick molded foam seat, and much more. If you find the average ergonomic chair a bit confusing to operate correctly, the Layover is the only way to go. These chairs are amongst the most user friendly options on the market in 2015.

Avenger 812-LX
Often big and tall operators are left with limited seating options for their needs. Thankfully, brands like OFM, Inc. offers awesome chairs like the 812-LX model from the super popular Avenger collection. If you're looking for a heavy duty big and tall chair that's ready to accommodate up to 400 pounds, look great, and keep you well supported, the 812-LX is just for you. With it's extra wide design, heavily padded seating surfaces, and attention to detail, the Avenger 812-LX is the complete package. In terms of aesthetic value, the Avenger will wow you with it's diamond stitched back, elegant headrest, dark brown upholstery, and champagne frame finish. Elegant in every way, the Avenger is no doubt one of the absolute best big and tall chairs for your back.

6041 Spree Chair
Last but certainly not least, the 6041 Spree chair from Global Total Office. At first glance you'll notice the unique curvature of the back. While this certainly adds to wow factor, the intention is to provide users with plenty of space to operate without feeling constricted. The Spree's lumbar area wraps around the users waist to provide a secure feeling and excellent support for the back. The chair seat slides to the rear and reclines while tilting to provide smooth motions and limited stiffness. The 6041 Spree chair comes standard with a side activated tilt tension adjustment feature. Simply rotate the knob through 5 clicks to locate your desired working tension. In addition, Spree chairs are equipped with Global's high quality soft decent pneumatic lift. This feature will gently and slowly lower your chair making it easy to find the perfect sitting position, without straining the back with jolty movements in the process!

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