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Regain your body's natural posture with this ergonomic kneeling chair with reclining back. The Reclining Back feature allows you to work in a sitting position or lie back in a more relaxed position. Kneeling chairs sit you in a position to allow your diaphragm to move efficiently and promote better breathing and blood circulation. Use as your permanent office chair or to take a break from your conventional chair.
This item: Flash Furniture Mobile Wooden Ergonomic Kneeling Posture Chair in Navy Blue Fabric with Reclining Back
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|Dimensions||31 inches x 30 inches x 18 inches||23.55 inches x 31 inches x 18.25 inches||41 inches x 25 inches x 28 inches||22.5 inches x 22.25 inches x 16.5 inches|
This "chair" works fine. But it would be much much better in my opinion if there was more individual sdjustments for each cushion height and angle. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Pen Name
This product was easy to put together (thanks to my brother ) and the cushion is extremely comfortable. Read morePublished 5 months ago by sb
I sold mine because it hurt my knees. It works for some people, but not all people.Published 5 months ago by Maggie A
The Single most Uncomfortable "thing" I have ever tried to get acquainted with, especially for a piece of furniture! I can't adjust the seat slant! Read morePublished 7 months ago by Daniel Halley
Bought for work to help with circulation and posture since I sit so long, but could not sit in it for more than a couple hours in it and had to bring my regular chair back. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Rebecca Brace
took a bit of work putting it together, but it was worth it.
It's sturdy and comfortable.
Sturdy and easy to put together. As described, it promotes better posture and works as advertised.Published 8 months ago by Dan Pritchett