There are many factors that play into which type of casters will work best for your office chair such as your work environment, how mobile you want/need the chair to be, your desk height, and the surface in which you will be rolling on. In order to identify which type of casters will work best for you, it is first important to understand the different options available.
Perhaps the most important factor to consider is the average time that will be spent sitting in the chair as this will greatly impact both your comfort and health, two vital pieces to a happy sitting experience. If you will be spending a considerable amount of time sitting in your home office chair, say for example you work from home, then you will want a highly adjustable ergonomic office chair that will keep you sitting comfortably for hours at a time with adequate back support.
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.
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