wirecutter\'s favorite office chair
After talking to four ergonomic experts, we identified the function of the steel box gesture, including the ideal height and tilt adjustment to make it different from the competition. Its armrests—
The only chair we tested --are ball-and-
The socket style means that they offer a more comfortable choice regardless of your size or positioning preference. Our runner-
The pick-up by Herman Miller ailon does not provide much adaptability as the steel box gesture does, but sitting for a long time is comfortable enough.
For those who are usually hot or work in an environment without air conditioning, its breathable mesh seat and back rest are a great feature. It’s well-
It proved to be a durable ergonomic chair during testing
Even though it gets 12-if you have a problem-year warranty.
Herman Miller Searle is our other good candidate, a good chair for everyday office.
It is not as comfortable as a steel box gesture when performing various tasks, but it is durable.
This is ideal if you are looking for a beautiful choice.
Its design factors make it different from most, and it is perfect for placement in a home or office space with stylish settings.
Like Herman Miller ailon, it also comes with 12-year warranty.
HON Exposure is our budget choice and one of the most comfortable chairs in the price range we tested.
It includes more standard adjustment features than most cheap options, and during the testing process we found it comfortable enough to sit for more than three to four hours.
While we don\'t think it\'s as durable as our other picks, it will achieve its purpose as long as it continues.
How we picked and tested before testing office chairs for the latest updates, we read reviews on Wired, Digital Trends, and various blogs;
Research new models on the manufacturer\'s website;
And the old money was studied to find the object of dismissal.
Our criteria for choosing and testing a chair include comfort, adaptability, warranty protection, price, appearance and durability.
Based on the advice of the ergonomic experts we talked to, we decided to bypass the test execution procedure
Chairs and chairs with no backrest.
Style chair tends to force your upper spine forward, chair with no backrest (
And partial back)
Will force you to crash.
After doing our research, we narrowed down the list of 50 competitors to 14 test subjects.
Before completing the questionnaire, our Test team sat in each chair for a full day.
We then analyzed the build quality of each chair and sat for an hour while we were making adjustments.
Through this process, we eliminated the chairs with quality and size problems.
The next phase of the test lasted three weeks.
Our Test team (
All shapes, heights and sizes)
Sit on the remaining 10 chairs for at least one day, then fill in another questionnaire detailing the likes and dislikes.
Given comfort, testers rank their favorite chairs.
We will have long-
Determine the terminology test instructions we have selected. In our home-
Office furniture and supplies guide, we outline the selection of pairs with the best office chairs.
Our choice: Steelcase GestureNo you will be comfortable sitting in Steelcase gestures regardless of your task or adjusting preferences.
It can accommodate a wide variety of body types, its seating
Depth is easy to use and by 12-year warranty.
Over the past three years, we have done a lot of testing and using it, and it turns out to be durable and sturdy.
Although it is expensive, it is durable and has all the necessary adjustment features you want on the office chair.
It has more arm rotation than any other chair we tested and has multiple colors to choose from.
In all the tested chairs, each team member placed the steel box gesture in their top three.
Half of the members of our group think this is the most comfortable option, which provides an ideal balance between comfort and firmness.
Its seat cushion keeps its shape and does not reduce comfort.
Shopping now: on our test panel, writers, editors and photographers worth $1,031 found the chairs to perform well in different tasks.
Even if you\'re hunchback for a while, you don\'t feel the effect.
If you don\'t sit in the best posture, this chair will provide comforting support, and the armrests can be placed in almost any position.
We also like the fact that adjusting this choice is an intuitive process.
It rolls the knob of the seat back and forth and the tilt tension control knob is very responsive.
Turn the tilt tension control knob slightly and you will find that the positioning is different.
It\'s easy to fine tune your comfort and you won\'t find yourself adjusting only well enough.
The design of this chair is consistent with the natural outline of the back.
Unlike the competitors we tested, the gestures also bend when you recline to keep the natural contours of your back consistent.
With some chairs, you feel like you\'re sitting in a rocking chair when you recline.
When you tilt back, the entire back of the gesture will follow you.
It moves smoothly, and none of the moving parts make a click or get stuck, which illustrates the overall quality of it.
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