Infographic Credit: Gaming Chair Insider
Infographic Credit: Gaming Chair Insider
The Gaiam Balance Ball Chair, developed under the consultation of chiropractic pioneer Dr. Randy Weinzoff, greatly alleviates the aching back/legs/arms syndrome that comes from working at a desk for hours. Designed for people between 5-feet and 5-feet, 11-inches tall, this unique chair employs the same balance ball used in your workout routine, but with an adjustable support bar, easy-glide casters, an air pump, and a desktop guide to help keep you moving. Designed by leading health and fitness experts, the Gaiam Balance Ball chair helps relieve pain and promote proper spinal alignment, posture, a healthier back, and overall well-being.
The Balance Ball Chair is an effective tool for strengthening core muscles and improving spinal alignment.
See Gaiam Balance Ball for a closer look. Personally, I can’t wait to take one for a test drive!
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This ergonomic best-seller has more than just great looks going for it, a lushly padded back and seat mean all day comfort. Which is, of course, only everything to those of us with backsides planted in our chair most of the day.
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Everyone has certain things about desk chairs they feel strongly about – deal breakers, so to speak. Some people insist on high backs, some insist on leather, and some people refuse to even look at a chair unless it’s basic black.
As for me, my “deal breaker” is wheels. I gotta be able to roll in a moment’s notice. I’m professional like that.
The handsome High Back Executive PU Leather Ergonomic Office Desk Computer Chair shown here would make a lot of our “wish lists” for desk chairs. This leather chair has a high back, is basic black and, look… wheels for rolling around like the big shot you are.
It also has a “bonus” feature we’re all pretty wild about – a great price.
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I realize that it wasn’t that long ago I posted about another ergonomic office chair, but when it comes to something that pretty much affects every inch of your body in one way or another, I think it’d be impossible to talk about these chairs too much.
The Allseating Fluid Ergonomic Mesh Chair with Lumbar Support Seat Slider Sandstone Mesh/Black Frame, shown here, is a handsome mesh ergonomic chair that features award winning style from designer Miles Keller.
The patented elastomeric mesh seat and back won’t snag clothing, and distributes body pressure evenly for daylong support.This ergonomic chair features instant seat height adjustment, height adjustable arms, lumbar support and tilt lock and tension control.
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Without a doubt, this is one of the most comfortable looking ergonomic office chairs I’ve laid eyes on lately.Â This beauty is the Boss Black LeatherPlus Executive Chair and it’s simply an EXCELLENT chair. It’s excellence is what makes its low price even more attractive.Â I don’t have to tell you how rare bargains are these days.Â They’re somewhere between the Easter Bunny and Class in Hollywood.
Outfit any office with a chair befitting a senior executive. Designed for maximum comfort and utility, this chair offers an ergonomic back design with built-in lumbar support. Other features include pneumatic gas-lift seat height adjustment, upright locking position, adjustable tilt tension control, and a waterfall seat design that eliminates leg fatigue. Upholstered in black LeatherPlus, leather infused with polyurethane for added softness and durability, the chair overall measures 26-1/2 inches wide by 28 inches deep and adjusts to between 45 and 48-1/2 inches high. Its seat is 21 inches wide by 19-1/2 inches deep and adjusts to between 20 inches and 23-1/2 inches high. The arm height is 27-1/2 inches high and adjusts to 31 inches high. The chair can safely hold up to 250 pounds. Some easy assembly is needed on arrival, but no tools are required.Â (From Amazon)
See Boss Black LeatherPlus Executive Chair today for more information.