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The office chair was strategically designed to increase the productivity of clerical employees by making it possible for them to remain sitting at their desks for long periods of time. A swivelling chair with caster wheels allowed employees to remain sitting and yet reach a number of locations within their work area, eliminating the time and energy expended in standing. The wooden saddle seat was designed to fit and support the body of a sitting employee, and the slatted back and arm rests provided additional support to increase the employee’s comfort. Like our modern chairs, many of these models were somewhat adjustable to provide the maximum comfort and thus the maximum working time.

In the 20th century, this chair is very common in offices.

The culture of the office also demanded that a distinct difference exist between the chairs that the employees used and that of the chief executive. When swivel chairs were widely used, the executive sat in a straight-backed chair with no mobility to demonstrate his status. As design of the office chair eliminated the arms and added cushioned seats, the executive chair became a large, upholstered chair with closed arms and wide, luxurious seats. Even today, the size (both height of the back and width of the seat) of an office chair demonstrates the status of the user.

The Importance Of An Office Chair

Employers and employees truly value their office chairs, and for good reason. Even though office chairs are valued, many employees value their desks much more. Both are inanimate objects, yet the purpose of a desk is to simply keep your computer, paperwork, and other things.

The value behind a desk is 90% aesthetic, while the value of a chair is simply amazing when it comes to your health. Ergonomic chairs will help your back while you sit at your desk, even keep your legs, shoulders, and neck comfortable while you work. If you sit at your desk for extended periods of time, an office chair is very important in your life.

You work at least 8 hours a day, 5 days a week, 48 weeks a year. Therefore, if you sit at your desk at least 5 hours a day, you spend around 1,200 hours sitting in your chair. To put it in other terms, 1,200 hours is equal to 50 days and nights sitting down.

At work, you can sit on budget chairs, which are available for a little of nothing. Even though they are made of solid construction and guaranteed for up to 5 years, they aren't ergonomically made for prolonged usage.

To get the most out of your office chair, you need one that offers you plenty of ergonomic benefits. This way, you'll be able to protect yourself while you work - knowing that your chair has your back and upper torso well taken care of.

When it comes to the office, nothing is as important as your office chair. You'll spend a lot of time sitting in your chair, which makes it something you want to have the best of.

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