Optimizing your Orange Box Office Chair for Comfort and Productivity
Working from home has become a way of life for many of us during and after the pandemic, and it’s important to make sure that you’re setting yourself up with ergonomic furniture that helps you stay comfortable while working.
After all, no one wants to sit in an uncomfortable office chair all day! Fortunately, OrangeBox office chairs are designed to be adjustable and customizable so that you can find the right fit for your body type.
Let’s take a look at the basics of ergonomics and how to adjust your Orange Box office chair for maximum comfort whether it is the popular Orange Box Do chair, or just a task chair.
Start with the Basics
Before getting into specifics about how to adjust your chair, let’s start with some of the most important basics when it comes to ergonomics. For instance, when sitting in your chair, make sure that your feet are flat on the floor.
If they aren’t, consider using a footrest or a box/stool so that you can maintain proper posture. Additionally, keep in mind that lumbar (lower back) support is essential – use a cushion or pillow if necessary so that you don't strain your back while sitting in the chair.
Adjust the Height
Height is an important factor when it comes to finding comfort while sitting in your Orange Box office chair – and fortunately, these chairs are designed with height adjustment capabilities so that you can customize them to suit your needs.
To adjust the height of your Orange Box office chair, simply pull up/push down on the lever located underneath the seat until you find a comfortable position. Remember – when sitting in an optimal position, your elbows should be level with your desk surface and not too far above or below it.
Tweak Other Settings
In addition to adjusting the height of your Orange Box office chair, there are other settings that can help optimize its comfort level as well. For instance, if you have an adjustable armrest option on your model, try moving them slightly forward or backward until they feel comfortable against your arms and wrists when typing.
Similarly, if you have adjustable tilt tension capabilities on yours (which allows users to lean back without sinking too far), consider loosening or tightening this setting until it feels just right while seated in the chair.
Finally – if applicable – make sure to set any lumbar support settings so that they provide ample lower back support throughout long workdays!
With just a few tweaks here and there – along with some basic knowledge about proper ergonomic seating positions – anyone can make their Orange Box office chair more comfortable over time!
So go ahead and make those adjustments today – trust us; once everything is set up correctly for each individual user's body type & preferences, these chairs can be really comfortable for your work from home day in the office.