Published at Friday, August 30th, 2019 - 11:36:25 AM. Chair. By Denise Lagrange.
There are a bewildering number of options in lift chairs in terms of size, features, colors, and number of positions, and it can be daunting to try to narrow down the choices. When shopping for a lift chair, it is important to consider the client‘s height and weight, preferences for where the chair‘s controls are located, and what features are needed or wanted. Decor and personal preference should also be taken into account.
Now if the chair you need is for a secretary or receptionist, you know just your "average Joe", who does not need to make a statement but needs to be comfortable and have a chair that is easy to use, then you are probably going to be in the market for a more economical chair. You might also need multiple chairs of this type, so affordability and function come into play. Typically these office chairs are going to be your everyday swivel chairs that come with multiple options like wheels, armrests, backs, no backs, adjustable height and lumbar support. These types of chairs are ideal for the person that moves around a lot at work and maybe doing a lot of turning and getting up and down. The padding for these chairs vary a great deal with the more expensive being more comfortable. They also will accommodate people of all sizes.
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