Studies have shown that the chairs used by office professionals directly affect their stress and productivity levels. This article provides readers with a look at the features that should be considered in selecting the perfect office chair. Comfort, flexibility and appearance are just a starting point. Materials and chair construction are paramount considerations, with ergonomics coming close behind. Adjustments of chair height, chair backs and chair arm height, width and depth are discussed, as are environmental concerns. The author discusses ways in which readers can assure themselves of a perfect fit and provides a list of questions to ask when chair shopping. The article ends with a list of ten features to consider when making your chair selection.
Source: Mark Rowh, Office Solutions; Nov/Dec, 2005