Ergonomic and Posture Chairs
Upgrade your workspace and find the perfect office desk chair. Whether buying multiple ergonomic office chairs for a large office fit-out or looking for the perfect swivel chair to work from home in comfort, we have a range that will provide you with comfort and support while spending long hours at your office desk.
Also known as operator chairs, this seating is the most widely used in offices around the world. We have a wide variety of operator chairs in stock, but also accept orders for ergonomic chairs with specific designs or colours to match your corporate branding. We stock some of the best office chairs from Arista, Avior and Jemini who are just 3 of the ergonomic chair suppliers we work with in Ireland & Europe. Depending on your office requirements and budget, we can provide you with a variety of options.
- What is an ergonomic chair?
An ergonomic chair is designed to provide optimal comfort and support, promoting healthy posture during prolonged sitting. They typically feature adjustable elements such as seat height, lumbar support, backrest angle, and armrests. The chair supports the natural curve of the spine, ensures proper alignment, and reduces strain on muscles and joints. Key features include adjustability, lumbar support, and breathable materials, all contributing to a chair that enhances user well-being and productivity.
- What chair is best for posture?
An ergonomic chair is best for posture. Designed with adjustable features like lumbar support, seat height, and backrest angle, it promotes proper spine alignment and minimises discomfort during extended sitting, benefiting overall posture and well-being.
- Can a good chair fix your posture?
While a good chair with ergonomic design can significantly contribute to improving your posture by providing proper support and alignment, it's essential to pair it with conscious sitting habits, regular breaks, and posture-strengthening exercises for optimal results in maintaining healthy posture.
- Why do I keep slouching in my chair?
Slouching in a chair often results from poor sitting habits, discomfort, or muscle fatigue. Inadequate lumbar support, incorrect chair height, and prolonged sitting without breaks can contribute. Being mindful of posture, using an ergonomic chair, and taking regular breaks can help prevent slouching.