By Heloise Veilleux. Chair. Published at Saturday, August 31st, 2019 - 20:21:34 PM.
The chair user‘s height and weight are more important when picking a lift chair than when choosing a regular chair. The lift chair must not only be comfortable, but it must have a motor strong enough to help a person rise to a standing position. Lift chairs come in sizes like clothing: Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large, and Extra Extra Large. These size designations have more to do with the chair user‘s height than weight. However, if a shorter chair user requires a wider seat or extra lifting capacity, wide chairs come in their own versions of Small, Medium, and Large, etc. That way someone who is short, but who weighs a lot will have a chair that fits more comfortably than a traditional sized lift chair made for someone much taller.
Ergonomic office chairs are an important consideration for those that sit in a chair all day and type. These chairs with lumbar support will be pricier than your average office chair, but in the long run they will probably save you money because you will have happier employees who do not have to take time off work because of back problems.
Lift chairs are available with two, three, or infinite positioning options. The fewer the positioning options, the less expensive the chair. If a person has no need for a chair that fully reclines or doesn‘t plan to sleep in the chair, then a two or three position chair will save money over an infinite position chair. The chairs with an infinite number of positions from which it can rise are the most expensive, usually starting at around $1,000.00. But their flexibility is for many people more than just a luxury. Many of these chairs can be positioned with the feet elevated above heart level, which is helpful to some medical conditions.
Herman Miller‘s designed team had to come up with a completely different kind of design for their signature ergonomic chair that they eventually named Aeron. Looking at the Aeron chair you will quickly notice that there is not one straight line in the chair‘s design. This was done on purpose because the human body also has very similar curves and no exact straight line. The chair‘s curve compliments the human being‘s shape to form comfortably on the chair. Even after the first designed was made, Herman Miller‘s designed team stress tested and experimented thousands of additional hours. They would not want to stop until the team was completely satisfied on their chair design.
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