Working at a computer terminal quickly became the staple of office work as soon as they became widely available for commercial use in the ‘80s. This will continue to be so for the foreseeable future, barring some sudden return to the stone age.
Unless a standing desk is involved, computer work most definitively involves you sitting on a chair in front of the desk, on which your desktop computer rests, for prolonged periods of time. So, why not choose the most comfortable chair available for the job? If you do computer work, do so sitting on a chair ensembled especially for the job, do it in one of these.
I doubt I’ll be the only person sending the Aeron as their choice for computer chair, but that’s due to the fact that it’s THAT comfortable. I use one daily for up to 12 hours sometimes and I never have an ache or issue from doing so. By far the most comfortable chair that also offers back support and breathability.
If the price tag of the Aeron scares you or breaks the budget (not many people want to spend $1k+ on a chair). The Autonomous ErgoChair 2 is a great alternative that definitely doesn’t break the bank. I used one previously at another job and loved it as well. It offers a lot for the money, including breathable back support and the ability to lean in different positions (great for mid-day breaks).
This chair provides a space-efficient way to lay comfortably, sit with support, and put your legs up. It is durable and height adjustable.
The LeanRite helps you to realize the preventative health benefits of computer use while working at a standing desks by making it comfortable to stand longer in a neutral posture. The built-in anti-fatigue mat relieves the pressure on your feet and lower back. Truly great those who have trouble sitting for long periods of time and want to address or avoid chronic back pain.
There is no backrest by design which makes your feet slightly loadbearing enabling a natural S-shaped spine which is impossible to achieve when sitting on a flat seat.
Simple and sophisticated- the Stand Steady Mesh Office Chair / Computer Chair offers a mesh high back and other features to help make work a breeze. Highlights of this ergonomic chair include a very comfortable padded faux leather headrest, generous arm rests, and 360 degrees of swivel. You also have the ability to adjust the tilt and lock it in, plus upgraded casters that roll easily and won’t harm hardwood floors. The chrome accents and clean lines exude an air of sophistication, which will help you feel like a boss!