About 50 percent of office workers have experienced work-related physical discomfort. One study found that 16 percent workers said they would feel back tension at the end of the day. In this case, picking a comfortable office chair is extremely important. In the following paragraphs let’s talk about seven keywords for choosing an office chair.


  1. The depth (of the office chair)


In more formal occasions, people’s sitting posture is relatively correct, so they need to sit in a “shallow” position in front of the chair. If it is at home, people will be more relaxed, and this situation cannot be done more deeply. Therefore, when purchasing, you should take a seat first, and try to feel the depth of your body when you sit, and then you can know whether it can meet the needs of the office.


  1. Height of seat


This is also related to the user’s leg length. Of course, except for high chairs such as bar chairs, the seat height of general chairs is normally in certain height range, but if the user is specially tall (or short) , you should take this into consideration when buying chairs.



  1. The height of the armrest


When sitting on the chair, if you are accustomed to hanging your hands, you may choose an office chair with low armrests or no armrests; but if you like to seat the whole person in the middle of the office chair, then choose a higher armrest and a higher seat surface. A deep chair is probably the best choice.


  1. Height of backrest


People who like to sit upright can choose not only stools without armrests and backrests, but also chairs with low armrests and low backs. At this time, the center of gravity of the seated person will be on the waist; If it is on the back, you might as well choose an office chair with a higher back. At this time, you can also check whether the height of the back is near the neck. Sometimes the height of the backrest of the chair is near the neck, and the user habitually puts the neck on the backrest at a 90-degree angle, which may easily cause neck injury.


  1. The slope of the chair


Although the impression of the office chair seems to be that the cushion and the backrest are at a 90-degree angle, in fact, most of them are slightly slanted back, and the whole person sits securely on the chair. Office chairs with more leisure performance have a larger slope, and people sit on them as if they are lying on a chair.


  1. Softness of the chair


Pay attention to the softness of the seat cushion and backrest for comfort. If it is the kind of office chair that does not have a cushion or back, we directly look at the hardness of the material itself. The additional part is to pay attention to what kind of inner padding is used, and try the feeling after sitting on it.


. 7. The stability of the chair


Pay attention to the handling of the chair in the structural details to know the stability of the chair. Especially for chairs such as single chairs that are mainly supported by chair legs, more attention should be paid to structural problems. It is very important to check joints such as clips and screws. It is recommended that users try to sit in person when purchasing, and shake their body slightly to experience the stability of the chair.


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