Ergonomics is all about choosing something that fits the individual. Similar to choosing a suit or a pair of jeans, if the item feels good, then so do you. That’s why ergonomic office chair come in all shapes and sizes.
1.Look for the ability to adjust the chair's height. The height of your ergonomic chair should be fully adjustable. The chair's seat should be easy to move either upwards or downwards. This adjustment will allow for people of different heights to comfortably sit in the chair. Make sure you can adjust how high or low the the seat is before purchasing your chair.
2.Consider who will be using the chair. Before you select an ergonomic chair, you'll want to think of who will be using the chair. The chair will need to comfortably fit anyone who will sit in it or be able to be adjusted to fit them. Make sure your chair is a good fit for anyone in your office before making a purchase.
3.Make sure elements of the chair can be individually adjusted. A good ergonomic chair will allow you to adjust each part of the chair by itself. You should be able to move the armrests, seat and back supports independently of each other. This level of customization will allow you to make the chair a good fit for anyone that might end up using.
Working out what’s right for you may seem a bit of a challenge but, with the above information, you can see what ergonomics is all about. Like that suit or pair of jeans, you now know what you’re looking for.