The Ultimate Buying Guide To Office Chairs
In addition to your chosen office chair, there is a selection of seat and back options to allow you or the office chair user the utmost comfort. These options include; Asynchro, Fixed Back, Knee Tilt, PCB, Stackable, Synchro, Lock Tilt, Ratchet Back, Seat Slide and Adjustable Lumbar Support.
- Choosing an office chair
- Entry Level Office Chairs
- Mid Level Office Chairs
- Posture, 24 hour and Executive Office Chairs
Choosing an office chair
All our features are labelled with the appropriate specification, this applies to all our ranges of office chairs. This provides assurance that a suitable chair will be selected each time.
This range of office chairs are suitable for every budget and are indeed very competitively priced. We offer a choice of leather office chairs, side chairs and operator chairs.
All the chairs in the entry-level section are designed to be multi-use and can be used in the home or office environment.
This range includes a selection of an enhanced level of products for the serious office user. Giving additional style and functionality. Within this range, you can choose from operator chairs, task chairs, as well as executive, reception and multi-purpose seating.
This range of top-level office chairs give superb functionality with contemporary looks through the executive seating, heavy duty chairs and posture seating ranges.
Our 24 hour office chairs allow users of up to 24 stone to sit for up to 24 hours. These are particularly well suited for shared workspaces, hot desks and call centres.
Posture seating ranges from entry level to high end. Perfect for avoiding back pain and correcting poor posture.
Chair Back & Seat Options
There are many styles of back and seat options to suit every individual and requirements.
Asynchro enables both the seat and back tilts to be adjusted independently of each other, the seat and back will move up and down.
The chair seat will go up and down while the chair back is held in a fixed position.
A single lever locks and unlocks the tilt of the chair. The mechanism can also free float.
The chair seat and back can go up and down and the angle of the back of the chair can be fixed or left free floating.
This option is self-explanatory. However, this means the chairs are stackable and can be stored in groups together.
A single lever adjusts the seat and back angles in a synchronised movement with a ratio of 2:1, back to seat. They can also be locked in multiple positions to suit the user.
A single lever will adjust the seat height and tilt of the chair which can be locked or free float.
The back of the chair will go up and down using a ratchet mechanism.
The seat will move forwards and backwards to accommodate the chair user for different heights.
Changes the contours of the backrest to fit the lumbar (small of your back) on your office chairs.