How to choose an office chair
Office chair, English office chair, narrowly defined refers to the back chair that a person sits on when working on a desk in a sitting state, and broadly defined as all chairs used in the office, including executive chairs, mid-shift chairs, meeting chairs, Staff chairs, conference chairs, visitor chairs, training chairs, etc.
From the perspective of material composition, it can be divided into: leather office chair, PU leather office chair, cloth office chair, mesh office chair, plastic office chair, etc.
From the perspective of the type of use, it can be divided into: boss chair, work chair, staff chair, director chair, conference chair, meeting chair, ergonomic chair, etc.
From the perspective of use occasions, there are mainly offices, open staff offices, meeting rooms, reading rooms, library rooms, training classrooms, laboratories, staff dormitories, staff canteens, etc.
2. How to buy office chairs
In the purchase of office furniture, a comfortable office chair is essential. A good chair should be adjusted freely, by adjusting the backrest, seat surface and armrests to achieve maximum comfort. Although seats with these functions are more expensive, they are worth the price.
There are many styles of office chairs, and they are relatively free to use. As long as they are used correctly, the same office chair can perform different functions in different spaces. However, compared to the backrest chairs used in restaurants or study rooms, the needs of users in the office environment are determined, but the following aspects should be paid attention to when purchasing:
1. In situations where the depth of the office chair is more formal, a person’s sitting posture is more upright. To sit upright, one needs to sit in a shallower position in front of the chair. If you are at home, people will be more relaxed, and this situation is unlikely to be deeper. Therefore, you should sit down first when buying, and try the depth of the whole body when you are seated, and you can know whether it meets office needs.
2. The height of office chair-legs is closely related to the length of the user’s feet. Of course, except for high chairs like bar chairs, the seat height of general chairs is not too exaggerated, but if the unit does have a short stature People also have to think about it.
3. When sitting at the height of the armrests, if you are used to hanging your hands, you may choose an office chair with lower armrests or no armrests; but if you like to shrink the whole person in the middle of the office chair, then the armrests are higher, A chair with a deeper seat is probably the best choice.
4. The height of the back of the chair For those who like to sit on the back, in addition to a stool without armrests and backrest, they can also choose a chair with low armrests and low back; if they like to put the center of gravity on the back and therefore rely on the backrest, you may wish to Choose an office chair with a higher backrest.
At this time, you can also check whether the height of the backrest is near the neck. Sometimes the height of the backrest of the chair is near the neck, but the user habitually puts the neck on the backrest at a ninety-degree angle, which may easily cause neck injuries.