So what’s so important about a computer chair? Honestly what difference does it make; a chair is a chair, right? Well, not quite. It is suggested that people who sit down for long periods of time run a high risk of lower back injuries following close behind those who lift heavy weights, and the risks increase with age. With our wide range of computer chairs including ergonomic chairs specialised for ultimate support, we want to spare you the cost of each back injury. As work places are radically influenced by the computer, people are getting up from their desks less and less. In fact, you are probably reading this summary at work, and you’re likely to be sitting down. This is because all the information needed is a simple keystroke or mouse click away. With fewer reasons to work and move away from the computer, the need for a supportive chair increases.
Generally, a good chair should accommodate a wide range of postures without feeling resistant or loose and with JasonL’s wide range of computer chairs, we are sure to find the perfect fit for you. We pretty much accommodate for all types of working postures—the reclined, the forward-leaning, and the upright. JasonL strives to meet both the requirements of specific kinds of work as well as designing chairs that accommodate a range of workers. Ergonomic principles say the chair should first fit the user, then fit the task, and then allow for posture change and a variety of activities. With our extensive range of ergonomic and non-ergonomic office chairs, our computer chair will let you stay comfortable for extended periods of time.