We sit on these work chairs for an average of 8 to 9 hours. Many people even stay in their offices and sit on their work chairs for longer periods of time. If we choose a wrong type of chair, we may develop bad posture and even poor blood circulation. On the other hand, if we are able to buy the right type, our work productivity will surely increase. Here are some of the most common types of office chairs. Read their descriptions, compare them with each other and choose wisely which among these types would suit you best.
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.
Most executive office chairs have high back rests and head rests. Like a standard chair, the executive chair is easily adjusted in many ways especially the height of its seat. It can swivel which allows the user a free range of movement and aside from that, it can also be adjusted to a reclining position suitable for short naps.
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