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Autonomous ErgoChair Recline at a glance.
When it comes to getting work done, ErgoChair Recline means business—and when it’s time to rest, simply lie back, relax, and put your feet up.
• Adjustable height, armrests, lumbar support, and recline
• Adjustable headrest and leg rest
• Comfy, supportive foam seat
• Reclinable mesh back with lumbar support
• Comfortably carries up to 250 lbs
• 1-year warranty
Why Should You Invest in a Reclining Ergonomic Chair?
Many people are now starting to realize that reclined sitting is the best posture. If you’re thinking of getting a reclining ergonomic chair for the computer, it’s important to choose the right one. However, sometimes, it’s hard to think of reasons to invest in a reclining office chair with footrest.
Adjustable Armrests, Headrest and Footrest
The ErgoChair Recline from Autonomous does offer a headrest. Your reclining desk chair can come with an adjustable headrest for relaxation and spine health. In fact, it’s made with the same mesh as the backrest (chair back). They’re fully adjustable, too. This means you can lower and raise them to meet your needs. With that, this reclining ergonomic office chair has adjustable armrests that slide forward and back. You can easily adjust them to sit comfortably in your reclining ergonomic chair! Though some people call it a leg rest (which is more accurate), the footrest is a great add-on for the ErgoChair Recline. This computer chair with leg rest is extendable and comes out from the base of the seat. That way, you can prop your legs up while reading or relaxing. When you truly want to stretch out, pull them out and kick them back in when you’re not using them. With the office chair with headrest, you can pretty much lie back, think, relax, or even take a power nap (if allowed).
Back Tilt Angle and Seat Height
The back tilt angle of your office chair with headrest lets you recline back in the chair. It’s at a set limit (18 degrees), and there are three positions. Typically, people rock in them, which can be dangerous. However, the ErgoChair Recline offers locking mechanisms. That way, you can stay at the right angle in your reclining desk chair. Your office chair with footrest must also have an adjustable seat height. Every office worker is different. If you all rotate workstations or have a hybrid work environment, it means everyone can work at any available station. This also means that the chairs must be fully adjustable. The reclining office chair with footrest use from Autonomous has a seat height of 18 to 21 inches. That measurement is from the floor to the top of the seat, giving everyone plenty of room to be comfortable.
Many offices are going for that modern appearance and style, with slim lines, a small profile, and a streamlined look. The ErgoChair Recline has all of that, and more! You can choose cool gray or all black for the color. Every computer chair with leg rest needs to use durable materials. The ErgoChair Recline uses polyester fabric with a molded foam interior for optimal comfort. From there, the frame is made of nylon plastic, which is strong and sturdy without adding chemicals. You can have an extremely comfortable reclining ergonomic office chair with all the trimmings to be comfortable and stylish while working.
How Autonomous ErgoChair Recline - Reclining Ergonomic Chair Help You
If you’re thinking about getting a heavy-duty reclining office chair, now is definitely the time to do it! Here are just some of the many benefits of using a reclining ergonomic chair.
1. Back Relief: Though you can stand (if you have a standing desk) and continue working, there’s something about sitting that humans enjoy so much. After sitting for long hours, your back might become strained. A reclining office chair can help with that.
2. Improve Posture: With a reclining desk chair, you don’t have to slouch, and the chair moves with you.
3. Reduced Hip Pressure: Traditional chairs have hard surfaces and can put more pressure on the hips. Though the ErgoChair Recline is cushioned, reclining can prevent pressure points in the hips and buttocks.
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