However, there are still people who view the workplace chair as lower than what they are really worth. Chances are these are the kind of people who walk into the office and cannot wait for the day to end. And a likely reason why they immediately want the day end is that they are uncomfortable with their seats. Ironic, isn’t it?
Before, the office chairs that were used for computer desks were not suitable for sitting in for a long period of time. They were smaller and had fewer adjustments. However, computer chairs nowadays have been greatly improved. Now they are very adjustable and are designed to provide comfort to the user even after long hours of sitting.
If you are interested in having the versatility to switch from remaining stationary to having the ability to roll your chair if needed, there are a few options available. The first, and most effective, is pressure braking casters which prevent the chair from moving when seated but allows the user to move the chair when standing up. This is most beneficial for sit stand work environments where employees lean against their chairs while working and need a stable option to support their weight. Another more cost-effective option is manual locking casters which allow the user to lock the wheels in place when necessary or unlock them when they would like to move around.
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