Allows you to keep your feet flat on the floor while chair reclines. Pivot point located near front edge of chair. (White dot indicates pivot point.)
The chair back and seat are linked and tilt simultaneously as you lean back. The chair back tilts two degrees for every one-degree of seat tilt.
Three levers help you control:
- Angle of back relative to seat
- Tilt (free float or infinite locking within a fixed range)
- Forward tilt (for intense keyboard use)
Raise or lower to support your forearms. Reduces muscular effort in neck and shoulders, minimizing risk of pain. Width adjustable arms allow you to control the distance between the arms and the edge of the seat.
Provides lower-back support to minimize pressure on the base of your spine. Helps reduce fatigue.
Adjustable lumbar support
Easily adjusts to provide more or less lower-back support.
Allows you to change the height position of the seat so your feet stay flat on the floor, adding support to your lower back.
Pivot point located at center of base lets you recline the seat back to a comfortable angle. (White dot indicates pivot point.)
Locks out tilt function when chair is in upright position.
Chair rotates a full 360 degrees in either direction. Standard on all chairs with a 5-star base.
Positions back within a fixed height range to provide support and alleviate back stress.
Positions chair back relative to seat to reduce pressure on the buttocks and thighs.