Product Guide

When selecting a ergonomic chair, consider its ability to conform to your body, its adaptability to changing tasks, and how it can make the most of your space. To that end, an ideal chair should have features like those listed below, and the mechanisms that control adjustment must be easy to use.
  • Seat Tilt & Rotation
  • Pneumatic Seat-Height Adjustment
  • Seat-Depth Adjustment
  • Height-Adjustable Lumbar Support
  • Back-Angle Adjustment
  • Adjustable/Removable Arms
  • Five-Leg Base with Casters
The standard height of a work surface is often higher than the proper height for a keyboard. Therefore, a keyboard tray can be a necessity. Besides saving desk space, a good tray will also provide adjustment capability for comfortable data entry—see below for features to consider.  
  • Height Adjustment
  • Backward Tilt
  • Side-to-Side Swivel
  • Slide Under Surface Capability
  • Integrated Mouse Tray
  • Accommodation of Wrist Rest
  • Stability
When choosing a monitor mount or monitor arm, first determine the available space and how you’ll use your display (sitting, standing or both). Then evaluate the best attachment solution: desk clamp, grommet mount, or wall mount. Remember when selecting a mount where multiple people use a display, height adjustment becomes paramount. Always consider ease of adjustment.  
  • Height Adjustment
  • Tilt Adjustment
  • Extend/Retract Adjustment
  • Side-to-Side Swivel
  • Portrait-to-Landscape Rotation
  • Footprint (space usage)
  • Stability
To outfit your workspace for a sit-stand work routine, either get a desk converter, which will turn your current desk into a sit-stand workstation, or get an adjustable desk that moves the entire worksurface. Look for an easy-to-use design; it will make it more likely that you’ll actually adjust the unit’s height and change your posture. See below for the essential factors that you should consider.  
  • Ease & Speed of Adjustment
  • Stability & Construction Quality
  • Worksurface Height when Seated & Standing
  • Adequate Motion Range (vertical 20 inches/50 cm recommended)
  • Weight Capacity