Office Chair Features & Benefits
By Guy Osmond on 7th Jan 2014
I have been thinking about the best way for an individual to choose the optimum office chair and it occurs to me that it would be a good idea to start with a list of the features and benefits that are available in today’s products. I have therefore pulled together the contents of various documents we have been using for some years, then updated and consolidated them to create this list. I am sure there may be a few features I have omitted and many chair manufacturers will have their own claim to uniqueness but I think this gives a reasonable overview.
Please take a look at the list and comment, applaud or criticise it here. I shall be delighted to update or amend it in response to feedback.
To understand how to use this information, “How do I choose an office chair (for myself)?” provides a detailed action plan.
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