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Lock the tilt movement in one or more position(s) to accommodate your working posture. Allows you to lock your chair in a comfortable and supportive position. (can be either single position or infinite style).
Raise or lower to allow your feet to rest flat on the floor. Avoids pressure under your thighs, easing blood flow.
Raise or lower to position lumbar support in your lumbar area. Reduces likelihood of back pain.
Change the depth of the seat to accommodate the length of your thighs. Keeps your back in contact with the backrest while avoiding pressure behind your knees.
Raise or lower to support your forearms. Reduces muscular effort in neck and shoulders, minimizing risk of pain.
Backrest reclines at a faster rate than the seat, increasing the angle between your torso and thighs. Enhances comfort and encourages dynamic body movement.
Reduces pressure at the back of your knees, contributing to good blood flow.
Support the body, effectively, allowing you to sit longer without discomfort.
Gently and gradually lowering the seat helps you easily select proper seat height without causing a jerking motion.