What Are The Types Of Office Chairs?

by Harry Davis Graphic Designer

Some people may not be aware of this, but it is important to know the types of office chairs. We have to choose what suits our lifestyle and especially our body. Not all chairs are the same. You may be satisfied with one person's service, fail in someone else's service, and then be happy in another place.


We sat in these chairs for an average of 8-9 hours, most of them stayed in the office and stayed there for a long time. Choosing the wrong site can lead to poor posture and poor blood flow. On the other hand, if we do it right, our productivity will certainly increase.


Types of Office Chairs


The most common types of office chairs are as follows. Read the descriptions, compare them, and choose the best one wisely.


Office Chair


Work chairs can be found in many offices around the world. These are common and very common options suitable for all similar desktops, especially computers. It can also be adjusted in different ways depending on the user's body size. These chairs are one of the cheapest chairs.


The standard job site can be adjusted up and down with a lever under the site, suitable for many users at different heights. Expensive models of standard seats can be modified in many ways.


The workplace also has four wheels underneath, which allow the user to move from one location to another with complete peace of mind and while performing other tasks. Therefore, a work chair allows office employees to work harder. The wheels also reduce office noise because the user can go back to the desk when work begins and easily turn it on when it's time to go home, which can be very noisy when using a regular chair.


Executive chair


These are work chairs that usually rotate, tilt and slide on wheels or tires. So what separates it from the other chairs? Most executive chairs have luxurious leather upholstery. It is cheaper and will certainly cost more than regular office chairs. Good jobs are suitable for CEOs and office executives, hence their name.


Most office chairs have a back and a back. The executive chair is adjusted in many ways, like the standard seat, especially the seat height. It can rotate, allows the user to move freely, and can also be adjusted to a curved position suitable for a short sleep.


Computer Chair


Previously, an office chair with a computer desk was not suitable for sitting for long hours. It is smaller in size and less variable. However, computer chairs today are very advanced. It is highly customizable and designed for user convenience even after sitting for a long time.


Computer chairs today generally also have adjustable rear seats and cushions. It also has a slide and rotates function for greater flexibility and assistance for multitasking users. These computer chairs are designed to reduce stress in the back and neck, which is a natural part of the body and is affected by stress after working on a computer.


Ergonomic Chair Design


Now, before anyone buys an operating chair, one of the things to consider first is whether the chair is ergonomic or not. The ergonomic office chair is specially designed for the human body. They provide adequate comfort and support to the user, which is important to help the person maintain correct posture and good blood circulation.


It also aims to reduce stress on the nerves, muscles, and joints of the body, a condition suffered by employees around the world. The ergonomic seat relaxes the muscles and prevents back pain. It is also made with a high-quality chair and has adjustable seats, headrests, and backrests. Many experts say that if an employee needs to sit for more than four hours a day, they should choose an ergonomic office chair.


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