Once you have your budget figured out, it is essential to identify the key ergonomic features you will want in your office chair. Some features you maybe looking for are the overall height of the chair, the shape and contour of the back rest, the type of arm rests and whether the chair swivels or is fixed in place. Other features you may want to think about including in your search are ergonomic functions such as seat height, back height, knee tilt, movable arm rests, a seat slider, a ratchet back, and built in lumbar support.
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.
Another reason why chairs sink is when its height adjustment lever becomes damaged. Aside from being damaged, it may also come out of alignment. This happens when the gas lift is permanently set to release all the weight applied to it and so it forces the chair to sink. To fix this problem, you have to see whether the height adjustment lever is misaligned. Turn the chair over, locate the said lever and try pressing it back into its normal position.
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