Best Ergonomic Office Chair 2016
Top 3 Best Ergongomic Chairs 2016:
Our Favorite Ergonomic Chairs :
- Durability – The Aeron is as bulletproof as they come. I’ve had mine for more than 5 years and it is still going strong.
- Back Support – The Aeron basically invented the breathable and supportive porous back material. It works… really well.
- Rounded Seat Cushion – The seat cushion is not too firm, not too soft and incredibly comfortable
- Variety of Sizes – Comes in A, B and C sizes in order to fit a wide range of heights and body proportions
- Price – The Aeron price is steep, no doubt about it.
- Back Support – The back support suspension system is breathable and provides plenty of support.
- High Quality Seat Cushion – The seat cushion is made of high quality materials and won’t fall apart.
- Fully Adjustable – Adjustable in both height and tilt tension, though unfortunately the lumbar support is fixed.
- Price – An affordable price point.
- Arm Wrests – Basically junk.
- Size – May not fit everyone.
- Adjustable – The Elusion is one of the most adjustable chairs available on the market, providing height, swivel and tilt lock as well as adjustable arm wrests.
- Breathable Back Support – The back support consists of a porous material strung tightly over a frame, which provides amble lumbar support while maintaining breathability.
- Contoured Seat Cushion – The seat cushion is contoured in such a way that it just seemed to work well for me, particularly behind the knees where it rolls off gently so as to promote circulation.
- Price – At less than $200, the Elusion is a fantastic deal.
- Lumbar Support – The exact position of the lumbar support is not adjustable, which means that taller or shorter individuals may need to compromise on ergonomics.
- Knob Design – The adjustment knobs were difficult to understand and use. I also found them to be of lower quality than those found on similarly priced chairs.
- Seat Cushion – While the seat cushion is contoured in such a way that I found it to work well, I also found it to be a bit too hard for my tastes.