Adjusting your Think chair
Ergonomic features of the Think chair include:
a. Integrated LiveBack System
Back Flexors track with the natural shape of your spine, and are linked together to provide integrate and prescribed movement.
b. Dual-energy Lumbar
An integral part of the Integrated LiveBack System, the dual-energy lumbar uses embedded spring energy to follow and support the natural motion of the spine.
c. Advanced Weight-activated Mechanism
Moves as fluidly as the human body does. It provides a recline resistance that is proportional to your own body weight, while keeping you oriented to your work.
d. Adjustable Arms
The Think chair's Adjustable Arms retract up to three inches upon contact with your worksurface, allowing you to get closer to your work. They also pivot and move up and down to provide natural support.
e. Adaptive Bolstering
Adaptive Bolstering in the seat cushion allows the seat to conform to your shape, providing dynamic support that can adapt to your body as you change postures.
f. Flexible Seat Edge
When you recline or lean forward, the seat edge flexes to relieve pressure on the back of the legs.
g. Comfort Dial
Combines four comfort settings into one simple dial. Select your favorite setting: weight activated, weight activated with a 20% boost, mid-stop recline, and upright back lock.