Interesting, Walter! I've never seen one of those before! Looks great!
BUT I'll bet it cost an arm & a leg, yes?
More, msolga, my arm and leg as well.
But you COULD get them in Australia as well! (The factory isn't very far from here - but that doesn't make them any cheaper, though.)
I'll definitely check that out, Walter. The same brand name, I assume?
But, I suspect that cost might be a small impediment! You could LIVE in a chair like that!!!!
There's a link for them - I think, however, only for children furniture (something about 500 AUS$).
A little expensive for me right now, Walter.
But thanks for putting the idea in my head, though. Something for later, I suspect. I'm definitely interested!
Well, Moizi 7 looks great to me...
The trick, I gather, is to keep your spine moving - if not by your chair, to do it yourself. One rigid posture is not the answer, from what I've read, no matter the inititial comfort of the position. So, Roger's wee "chair" seems very good for that.
I use a fairly low priced chair from Staples, an office supply store. Since it now seems all wrong on its own, I've added some small pillows which keep falling to the floor when I get up... I hate it.
I'm going to take a look at drafting chairs one of these days - I like the high one I have for work fairly well. The only thing that moves on that once the height is set is the back, which is a bit flexible. However, it might not be the chair that is so good, but that I get up and move around a lot at work.