Do You Like What You're Sitting In?
Need helpful insights and honest advice to answer questions about your soon to be throne A.K.A. That new chair?
Body Aches? Try out a chair that encourages healthy posture and sitting habits.
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Hello, My name is Claude and I enjoy sitting comfortably. Research into what separates the good from the bad, in the matter of chairs, started when I made a new year’s resolution to have better posture.
The goal of Chairpickr is to be your go-to resource in helping people to choose your chair wisely.
You can learn more about who we serve, frequently asked questions, our origin story, and chair picking process in the about us section.
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Future Research & Past Development
Chair historians use the creation of Bill Stumpf’s “Ergo by Herman Miller” in 1976 as the start of modern explorations into comfort. From that moment office chairs became the forefront of ergonomic innovation.
Another industry leader Stealcase burned through $35 million in R&D, partook in 11 academic case studies, and took just under 5 years of development to get to the market.
Stealcase continues to lead the way in ergonomic furniture research. One study of theirs was about recording the health impact from sitting in the Steelcase Leap Chair.
- The results showed that using the Leap Chair in combination with health training groups showed significant improvements in work productivity and overall health.
- In terms of productivity, Public Sector Companies saw 17.8% increase & Private Sector Companies saw 8.3% increase.