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Ergonomic Office Chairs

Welcome to a world of unparalleled comfort and ergonomic excellence at our esteemed collection of office chairs. Designed with attention to detail, our wide range of ergonomic office chairs is crafted to ensure your utmost comfort during extended periods of sitting. 


We understand the importance of a chair that not only provides support but also promotes a healthy posture, contributing to your overall well-being. Whether you're navigating through a demanding workday or engaging in prolonged periods of focus, our chairs are meticulously engineered to offer the perfect blend of style, functionality, and ergonomic precision.

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Ergonomic Office Chairs for Comfort & Back Pain

Creating an ideal ergonomic workstation is essential for your comfort and well-being. Central to this setup is the inclusion of an ergonomic chair designed to provide maximum comfort and support. The hallmark of an excellent ergonomic chair lies in its adjustability, allowing users to fine-tune it to their unique needs and preferences.


These chairs typically feature various adjustable components, such as seat height, backrest angle, lumbar support, and armrest height. Such versatility ensures that you can customize the chair to suit your body's proportions and maintain an ideal posture throughout your workday.

By investing in an ergonomic chair that prioritizes both comfort and proper posture, you can significantly reduce the risk of discomfort, pain, or fatigue associated with prolonged sitting. This ultimately contributes to a healthier and more productive work environment.

What is an Ergonomic Chair?

An ergonomic chair is designed to support the human body in a neutral sitting position. It is one of the most important pieces of equipment for the office workstation. A well positioned ergonomic chair can relieve aches and pain, and reduce the risk of future occupational injury or illness such as chronic back pain from prolonged work hours.


Benefits of an Ergonomic Chair

An ergonomic chair offers numerous key benefits, including:


Improved Posture: Ergonomic chairs are designed to support a natural, healthy posture, reducing the risk of musculoskeletal issues and promoting overall comfort.


Reduced Back and Neck Pain: Proper lumbar support and adjustable features help alleviate back and neck pain caused by poor sitting habits.


Enhanced Comfort: Ergonomic chairs often feature padded cushions and breathable materials for prolonged comfort during extended periods of sitting.


Adjustability: Users can customize the chair's settings, including seat height, armrest height, backrest angle, and more, to suit their individual preferences and needs.


Reduced Pressure Points: Ergonomic chairs distribute body weight evenly, reducing pressure on specific areas like the lower back, thighs, and buttocks.


Increased Productivity: Improved comfort and reduced discomfort lead to better focus and productivity during work hours.


Better Blood Circulation: Proper chair ergonomics can enhance blood circulation, reducing the risk of numbness and tingling in extremities.


Long-Term Health: Investing in an ergonomic chair can help prevent or mitigate long-term health issues associated with poor sitting posture.


Customisation: Ergonomic chairs come in various styles and sizes, allowing users to select the one that best suits their body type and workspace.


Durability: High-quality ergonomic chairs are built to withstand daily use, providing long-term value.


Aesthetic Appeal: Many ergonomic chairs are designed to complement various office decors, contributing to a polished and professional appearance.


Reduction in Fatigue: The ergonomic design of these chairs minimizes fatigue, even during extended work sessions.


Adjustable Armrests: Armrests can be adjusted to the right height, providing support and reducing tension in the shoulders and arms.

Our range of Ergonomic Chairs includes:

  • Small / Petite Office Ergonomic Chairs

  • Heavy Duty Office Ergonomic Chairs (rated up to 160kg)

  • AFDRI Level 6 Rated Office Ergonomic Chairs

  • Drafting / Bench Height Office Chairs

  • Chairs / Stools

  • Saddle Chairs

  • Mesh Back Office Chairs

  • Task Chairs

  • Office Chairs for Back Pain

  • Comfortable Office Chairs

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Ergonomic Chair Features

When selecting an ergonomic office chair, you'll want to consider numerous features and factors. Given that we spend up to 8 hours a day seated in our office chairs, it's crucial to acknowledge that without proper ergonomic support, your chair may be the root cause of discomfort and pain. Consequently, investing in a high-quality ergonomic office chair is of paramount importance. Here are the fundamental features to seek in a good ergonomic office chair:


Adjustable Backrest Height: This allows you to position the lumbar support at the optimal spot for your spine's well-being.


Adjustable Seat Height: The ability to adjust the seat height ensures that your chair aligns correctly with your desk and keeps your feet in a comfortable position.


Adjustable Backrest Angle: A feature that enables you to set the backrest angle to suit the curvature of your spine.

Additionally, a quality ergonomic office chair should feature a 5-point base with castors for mobility and provide some form of lumbar support. For those with a flexible budget, there are advanced ergonomic adjustments available for further customization:


Adjustable Seat Pan Depth: This allows you to fine-tune the seat pan depth to match your seated posture.


Adjustable Seat Pan Angle: You can customize the seat pan angle to align with your preferred sitting posture.


Adjustable Lumbar Support: The option to modify the amount of lumbar support ensures tailored comfort.


Adjustable Seat Tilt Tension: This feature permits you to control how far the chair tilts back when you lean, allowing for personalized reclining comfort.


In essence, when choosing your ergonomic office chair, these features cater to your individual comfort and well-being during prolonged periods of sitting, ultimately promoting a healthier and more productive work experience.

How to Pick the Right Ergonomic Chair

Ensure that you maintain good posture while seated in your chair. When you initially sit down, it's crucial to make the necessary adjustments to properly tailor the chair to your body. Here are the key adjustments to consider:


Seat Height:

Begin by adjusting the seat height – it should be your first priority at any workstation. Set the chair's height so that your wrists are at the same level as, or slightly below, your elbows. Your hips should form right angles (90-100 degrees) when you're seated. Now that your seat is at the correct height, check if your feet touch the floor. If they don't, you'll need a footrest to bridge the gap between your feet and the floor.

This seating position is designed to keep your neck and shoulders in a relaxed state. Sitting too low at your desk might cause you to "shrug" your shoulders as you strain to reach it.


Backrest Angle:

A general guideline is to set the backrest angle between 90 and 100 degrees to encourage an upright sitting posture.


Backrest Height:

Ergonomic office chairs often feature lumbar support in the lower part of the backrest, contoured to support your lower back and spine. Incorrect positioning of the backrest, either too high or too low, can make the lumbar support feel uncomfortable, as if it's digging into your hips or mid-back. To check if the backrest is too high, try sliding your hand behind your back while seated. If your hand can fit, you may have positioned the lumbar support too high. Various chairs on the market offer different backrest heights.


Ideally, a good ergonomic chair should have a backrest that extends up to the height beneath your shoulder blades, often referred to as a 'high backrest chair.' If your budget allows, investing in a high backrest chair is advisable.


However, if you are of shorter stature, a regular backrest height may already offer support up to your shoulder blades. Taller individuals will generally require a high backrest due to their longer torso length. When you sit in your chair, ensure that your entire back rests against the backrest, and your backside sits snugly in the chair. While some may prefer sitting on the edge of their chair, this posture provides no back support and places greater strain on your back muscles due to continuous activation.


Finally, make sure that the wheels on your chair move smoothly and freely over the floor when you need to move away from your desk.

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AFRDI rated ergonomic chairs - What is AFRDI?

Some ergonomic chairs have been independently audited for quality to ensure they meet Australian standards for the office environment. Choosing an AFRDI rated ergonomic chair means you are investing in the highest quality chairs in Australia – they are durable, adjustable, sustainable and usually comes with a large warranty period. To find out more about AFRDI rated chairs, and to see our collection, visit our blog post here: Ergonomic Chairs: What is AFRDI?


What is an alternative to an ergonomic office chair?

Saddle Chairs

If you're seeking an alternative to the conventional office chair, consider switching to an ergonomic saddle chair. One of the notable distinctions between a saddle chair and a typical office chair lies in the unique sitting posture it encourages. The saddle chair positions your body into a correct and anatomically aligned posture.


As you spend more time sitting in this position, your back and core muscles naturally strengthen, facilitating the adoption of proper posture. The increased angle between your knees and hips, coupled with leg muscle engagement for stability, alleviates pressure on your lower back. This can be particularly beneficial for individuals who often experience lower back discomfort during extended periods of sitting.

However, the advantages of saddle chairs extend beyond just addressing lower back issues. They also make an excellent choice for home offices or even as gaming chairs, offering a unique and supportive sitting experience.


Kneeling Chairs

Yet another option to explore instead of the conventional office chair or even a saddle seat is the kneeling chair. If you're grappling with back pain resulting from prolonged sitting, contemplating a kneeling chair might prove beneficial. Numerous individuals who find it challenging to achieve comfort in a traditional office chair have reported an alleviation of back pain symptoms upon incorporating a kneeling chair into their workspace.


The kneeling chair allows you to adopt a half-kneeling position without exerting excessive pressure on your knees. While it may take some adjustment to become accustomed to this posture, many users ultimately find it to be remarkably comfortable once they do.

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