Before opting for any particular choice, think first and foremost about your morphology. Your seat should indeed adapt to your frequency of use and it must fight back, blood circulation and absenteeism problems.
• The Chair backrest
Check if the back of the Chair you choose, can wrap the curves of your back. If this is the case, then your Chair will promote you the maximum of relaxation. For your convenience, you also have folders with headrest, allowing you to rest across the back, specifically when working long.
• The seat of the Chair
When shopping, make sure that the edge of the Chair is slightly forward. This will prevent the compression of your thighs. Do not ignore the inclination of the seat; because it will be adjustable forwards, backwards, downwards or upwards. Also note that certain seats are equipped with shock absorbers to limit the compression of the vertebrae.
• The armrests
Chairs that are equipped with armrests to relieve muscles of the shoulders and the upper limbs. They can however, be troublesome if your activity requires major movements. Know any well that whatever activity the armrests, shall in no case rubbing at your office.
• The legs of the Chair
The foot of the office chair is the lower part which gives a degree of stability to your Chair. There are several types of forms, depending on the user, the robustness and activity to the what they intended. There are two main types: the foot in the shoe and the foot to roulette. The first involves activities that require a lot of stability or a work detail or precision. While foot is used to work with screen offices. They solicit soft casters on hard floors and hard castors on soft soils.
Note: you should always, choose the foot of your Chair according to your soil to avoid damaging it.