Chairs. Thursday , October 19th , 2017 - 03:01:06 AM
Arm rests, unlike the task chairs, are a must. These are also adjustable so that the user’s lower arms and elbows will be the same height as they keyboard and will allow the user’s shoulders to rest. They also come with ample back and lumbar support.
If that’s the case, then we should buy good workplace chairs, right? If we look at the market today, we can see that most companies already offer chairs that are said to be ergonomically correct. This means that they are designed especially for the human body. But aside from ergonomics, what else makes a good office chair?
Look at the Manufacturer Warranty - Almost every office chair comes with a manufacturer warranty, and if they do not it is probably not worth your investment. It is crucial to read each manufacturer’s warranty to determine if the chair of interest will be a worthwhile purchase. Find out what parts are warranted and for how long each component of the chair is warranted for. You can tell a lot by a manufacturer’s warranty; if their parts are warranted for 10 years or have a lifetime warranty, this shows they are that confident in their product and construction of their chair that they are willing to take the risk of extending the warranty for multiple years. Remember when a part breaks on your office chair, that comes out of the manufacturer’s funds to have to replace it which is why some warranties are very limited. It is important to keep in mind that all manufacturer’s will warrant their seat fabrics for less time than their components, which is standard with everyone because this is the first part of all chairs to fade with time due to how often it gets rubbed/used. If you want to make certain that the fabric on your chair will not fade over time, try looking for a chair that has a higher grade fabric as an option or opt for a vinyl/leather chair that tolerate a bit more use and abuse than fabric chairs.
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