What is the best alternative to Bungee Office Chair?
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The height, angle, and recline resistance for the back of the chair can all be changed. The back of the chair can be locked in place, or set to move freely. The arm rests move forward and backwards as well as up and down. The seat area slides back and forth. And of course, the height of the chair moves up and down. See More
You can use the chair with your shins on the shin pad, as intended, or use the shin pad as a foot rest for one or both feet. Being able to switch it up can be very helpful if you get restless sitting still very easily, but don't have the option to get up and move around. See More
While some studies have shown these style chairs to be good for maintaining posture, other studies have suggested they may be no better and possibly worse than a well-designed traditional chair. Prolonged usage of the shin pad with both knees (sitting as intended) may lead to decreased circulation to the lower legs. See More