Published at Sunday, September 02nd 2018, 16:21:46 PM by Angelina Cohen. Chair
Adjustability is the most important feature of any ergonomic chair. On the most basic level, it‘s always necessary to adjust an ergonomic chair so that it can give you the ideal fit for your body. However, simply being adjustable isn‘t enough. The best ergonomic chairs have a wide range of adjustable parts, and each part will have multiple settings. Equally important is that the adjustment process is easy, meaning that the mechanisms can be easily reached and operated while you‘re sitting in the chair. In many ways, the most adjustable chair is likely to be the best chair.
Individuals who own or have rented summer homes most likely have seen Adirondack chairs. These chairs were the creation of Thomas Lee way back in 1903 for his and his family‘s enjoyment in the Adirondack mountain range. Lee then shared the chair‘s design with his carpenter friend Harry Bunnel, who underhandedly secured a patent for it behind Lee‘s back. Despite its inauspicious origins, his invented chair today not only epitomizes the outdoor life, it has earned the distinction of being a truly American creation. The unique construction of the Adirondack chair makes it perfect for outdoor use. The seat and the backrest have been designed to provide maximum comfort regardless of the type of surface. In fact, these chairs can be easily set up even on slopes. The latest chair styles come with slotted back legs so that you can adjust the inclination of the backrest. Adirondack chairs have become visible fixtures around swimming pools, giving swimmers a comfortable spot to get a tan under the sun or to just sit and relax while reading a good book.
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