Joints are less flexed than in a more conventional chair. This minimizes the usual tendency for thigh muscle contracture due to shortened muscle lengths whilst seated. In this regard the seat is especially useful to those who adopt prolonged sedentary posture.
Kneelsit Pty. Ltd. (PRWEB) September 28, 2009
Kneelsit has just slashed the price on its top of the range leather model ergonomic computer chair by $150 for its North American buyers. The new low price for leather comfort is just $649 USD. Kneelsit hopes this will allow more people to work in both luxury and real comfort. However, due to increases in production and freight costs, the price of the fabric model chair has risen by $50 to $549 USD.
Since its inception in 1993, Kneelsit has offered the only ergonomic computer chair with a swivel-axle design, offering superb comfort and back support.
Invented by Australian designer Greg Usher, the Kneelsit balance chair has been ergonomically designed to give excellent lumbar support, reducing stress on the lower back. Each chair is also customized to fit the users' individual body. One of the most distinctive features is that there are no levers to pull or buttons to push. The ergonomic chair is customizable with personal adjustments to suit their height and weight. The unique balance mechanism then works automatically, naturally correcting and supporting the users' posture.
Kneelsit balance chairs offer superior balance and posture when compared with conventional rigid chairs that typically limit the user's balance and natural movement. With ordinary chairs, the rigid design offers no balance or natural movement, so all the pressure and stress falls on the spine.
However, with the Kneelsit balance chair, the body is in exact balance from head to toe, alleviating undue strain on the spine and back. In addition, the patented swivel axle mechanism and forward sloping seat encourage gentle, natural movements that enhance posture, improve concentration bringing relief to the cells of the spinal disc. To discover additional benefits of using an ergonomic Kneelsit computer chair, visit kneelsit.com.
R. Bonello, Director at The Centre for Chiropractic of Macquarie University, described the medical benefits of the balance chair. "Joints are less flexed than in a more conventional chair. This minimizes the usual tendency for thigh muscle contracture due to shortened muscle lengths whilst seated. In this regard the seat is especially useful to those who adopt prolonged sedentary posture." Bonello continued, "The pivot movements, which are unique to the Kneelsit chair, appear to combat fluid stasis (the tendency for blood and lymphatic fluid to 'back up' and become congested whilst seated). This feature appears to be a major innovation in the Kneelsit chair. Additionally, this movement would be useful for lumbar disc and other tissue nourishment as well as improved efficiency in tissue waste product removal."
The ergonomic computer chair has been universally well-received by many large businesses, with customers including Microsoft, IBM, BBC London and Oxford University to name just a few, and testimonials continue to arrive from users world-wide.
Bonnie Rogoff of Brooklyn, New York wrote: "This is the best chair I've ever used. I don't even want to leave the computer; it's so comfortable, I can sleep in it! I no longer have pain when I wake up. I always was able to predict a storm because my back would go out, but not anymore! Last week, we had torrential downpours and I felt fine. I now know that all the inferior chairs I've had before contributed to my pain. I'm even walking straighter now that I'm not straining my back while I type. This chair has saved my back."
"I love it! Instant relief for my aching back! If I had known that I could have achieved this much relief I would have had one of these chairs years ago. I can feel my spine moving as I 'sit'. I can't wait to tell my chiropractor that I won't be coming as often. It is fantastic and I will be happy to recommend it to everybody I know that suffers from the long sitting day. Thank you so much," said Ann O'C Prahran, VIC, Australia.