There are a number of different types of ergonomic chairs available on the market that come in all shapes, sizes, and materials. For today, we’ll focus on 1, 2, and 3-lever chairs that put a premium on providing a variety of configuration options. All of them are fairly similar, except when it comes to how they can tilt and shift to accommodate the user. For instance, a 1-lever chair allows you to raise or lower the seat level as needed. 2-lever chairs add the ability to adjust the angle of the backrest. Finally, 3-lever chairs give you the option of tilting the seat itself for maximum comfort.
Standard task chairs can be adjusted up and down using a lever located beneath the seat, which makes it suitable for many users of different heights. Models that are more expensive that standard task chairs can be adjusted in more ways.
Task chairs also have four casters located on the bottom which makes it possible for the user to go from one place to another effortlessly and even while doing another task. Thus, task chairs really make it possible for office workers to multitask. The casters also minimizes the noise inside the office as the user can just roll in towards his desk when he starts working and just roll back when it is time to go home, a feat which would have been really noisy if you used a regular chair.
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