|Brand Name||Flash Furniture|
|Item Weight||28 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||25 x 28 x 41 inches|
|Item model number||WL-3439-GG|
|Material Type||Metal, Glass|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||WL-3439-GG|
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Flash Furniture Ergonomic Kneeling Chair with Back and Handles in Black Fabric
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Reduce lower back strain and regain your body's natural posture with this ergonomic kneeling chair with included back. Kneeling chairs sit you in a position to allow your diaphragm to move efficiently and promote better breathing and blood circulation. The frame is height adjustable to get into your preferred seat height. This chair can be used as a permanent office chair or used in conjunction with a conventional task or executive office chair.
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Is it as nice as the chairs that cost twice as much?... no. More expensive chairs seem to absorb more pressure from your legs/knee area but I found that can easily be corrected by adding a pillow to the knee or butt area as you feel pressure. If you just need a good office chair and want to spend about 100 bucks this is perfect. For the price and the convenience of having it shipped to me instead of having to buy it and lug it home from an office store at a higher price I give it a solid 5 stars for a home office chair. Assembly took me about 20 minutes with a power drill by myself.
As an FYI it fits under IKEA Hermes desks perfectly so I got rid of the cheap office chair I had before I got this and only use this now since it tucks neatly into place in my small apartment.
**** Update 2016 **** back of it fell off... Doesn't really matter because I find I never lean back. Still think it is a good chair for the price.
I'm glad I got a chair with sturdy handles on each side of the seat, which make it easy to sit down with confidence that I'm not going to slip off the seat, and allow me to properly position myself into the chair.
I'm also glad I didn't get a chair with casters (wheels). They seemed convenient at first, but it's really better to have this chair's sturdy rubber feet which grip the floor well, so the chair doesn't move around at all when I'm getting in and out. And the chair isn't so heavy that it's a pain to move it around when empty: it moves over my tile floor with ease.
Our bodies aren't designed to sit in 90 degree angled chairs, there needs to be some kind of slope.
I tried a standing desk for a few months. The energy expended on standing was great, I felt good, I liked standing, but I wasn't devoting all my energy output to my work, so I switched to this chair.
The angled seating posture allows me to sit much more naturally; it engages the right posture muscles in my body. I also find myself able to make slight adjustments throughout the day, like small wiggles and changing of my feet positioning, much more naturally than other chairs.
The pads are a little hard, but my body adjusted in about a few days, no problem. The harder feedback of these pads is better for your bones, anyway.
Make sure you pull right up to the edge of your desk, stops you from slouching forward. Getting in and out of it is a little tricky, too, but I'm used to it.
4 stars because back attachment is useless, and the construction overall is a tiny bit wobbly. Does not detract from the purpose of the product that much.
Con: Hardware (screws) aren't labeled well. Actual size photos in the instructions could mitigate this. The chair isn't made for a man that weighs more than about 200 lbs. As it was so colorfully stated before, a man's anatomy and large thighs make sitting comfortably difficult. The knee pad isn't wide enough to allow my legs to spread enough to get totally comfortable. The bar that runs parallel to the shin is right where I want my feet, so that's uncomfortable.
Conclusion: I'll be happy with it. The Marine Corps damaged my back and my other sitting option in this house was a chair from our dinner table. I've needed this chair for weeks now that I'm going to be a desk jockey.
Update: I bent the bar that holds the back rest so that it doesn't push me forward. Now I have somewhere to put my heating pad and it's not a chair from the dinner table.