These are work chairs that generally swivel, tilt and roll on wheels or on caster. So what makes it different from other chairs? Well, executive chairs are most often plushly upholstered and are made in leather. They are much more deluxe and of course, expensive, as compared to the ordinary task chairs. These luxurious work chairs really fit CEO’s and office executives, thus the name.
Soft casters are designed to protect hard surfaces from being damaged from the constant rolling of an office chair and are best used on surfaces with hard wood flooring, tile, linoleum, or any other type of hard flooring. They also roll with more control on hard surfaces than carpet casters would, with more friction being applied between the wheel and the surface it is rolling on. Too much friction makes the chair difficult to move, too little friction makes the chair roll with even the slightest move you make.
You may need to make more of an investment if you will be spending multiple hours daily sitting in your chair, however this investment will save you from unnecessary back pain and other strains that can occur from sitting in a cheap office chair. If your home office chair will only be used occasionally or for an hour or two a day, then you will be able to choose from cheaper options that do not offer as much adjustability.
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