What if sitting could impact your health positively?
sleep for an average of 8 hours. Office worker can sit for an average of 10
hours a day.
1 Design For All Body Types
body is unique; the best ergonomic solutions are designed for a wide range ofbody
types and sizes to accommodate as many users as possible.
a product that meets or exceeds industry global standards for ergonomic
support, comfort, and overall health and well-being.
2 Proper Alignment
compressed wrist nerves can lead to discomfort and even carpal tunnel
adjustable armrests encourage proper alignment from wrist to elbow, and provide
passive ergonomic support for users as they shift weight while sitting.
3 Synchronised Support
have shown seated office workersshift weight and position as often as every 30
minutes, making individuals prone to uncomfortable, unsupported sitting
chairs that provide continuous, synchronised back, seat, and arm support between
weight and position shift ensure
4 Asymmetric Lumbar Support
who sit long periods are at greater risk of herniated lumbar discs as the
upper-body weight rests entirely on the sitting bones instead of being distributed
along the arch of the spine.
lumbar support and tension controls provide support for vertebral discs in the
lumbar region, support the pelvis, and provide balance for the spinal column.
5 Automatic Weight Adjustment
workspaces force users to adjust their chairs to their individual needs every
day, increasing the chance for incorrect adjustments.
intuitive task chair design featuring automatic, weight-adjusted tension
controls facılitates correct ergonomic adjustments for every individual’s