knoll life chair

Knoll Life Review

The winner of multiple awards in 2002 and 2003, the Life chair by Knoll features an attractive design and a slim profile.  Environmentally friendly, it was Read more

HAG Capisco

HAG Capisco Review

Introduced over 20 years ago by designer Peter Opsvik, the award-winning HÅG Capisco is one of the most unique chairs on the market today.  It promotes Read more

Steelcase Think

Steelcase Think Review

The Steelcase Think was designed by Glen Oliver Loew and features some innovations that help it stand out including a unique back support, body weight-activated seat, Read more

Steelcase Reply

Steelcase Reply Review

The Reply is an adjustable chair with many of the features of Steelcase’s other chairs at a more friendly price point.  Available with a mesh or Read more

Herman Miller Sayl

Herman Miller Sayl Review

The Herman Miller Sayl was designed by Yves Béhar and was inspired by the functionality and style of suspension bridges, something which is readily apparent when Read more

 
Keilhauer Sguig

Keilhauer Sguig Review

Designed by the Austrian design team EOOS, the Keilhauer Sguig is designed to be ergonomic while still providing freedom of shoulder movement and also employs “Pelvic Balance Point” technology to provide optimal support for both men and women. FEATURES/OPTIONS: - Arms are adjustable in height, depth, width and pivot - Arm caps rotate 180 degrees toward the back to get them out of the way if you need to get up close to your desk - Tilt lock/tension - Seat depth adjustment - Back height adjustable - Back design allows shoulder movement while supporting the spine - Knee tilt REVIEW:

Keilhauer Morley

Keilhauer Morley Review

The Keilhauer Morley was designed by Mark Kapka with shoulder freedom in mind while still supporting the spine from the thoracic region through the lumbar region.  It features “Pelvic Balance Point” technology which addresses the differences in how men and women sit, and allows the chair to be comfortable for both. FEATURES/OPTIONS: - Arms feature height, depth, pivot, and lateral adjustments (the lateral adjustment is at the base of the arms) - Tilt lock - Forward tilt option - Adjustable back height - Seat depth adjustment REVIEW: The Morley is a comfortable chair.  The seat is supportive yet relatively flat

Humanscale FM100

Humanscale FM100 Foot Rest Review

The Humanscale FM100 is an entry level footrest with an adjustable angle designed to support the feet and take pressure off the back. FEATURES/OPTIONS: - Hardwood foot rest on a metal frame - Adjustable angle - Non-skid surface to keep it from sliding across the floor REVIEW: The FM100 is a pretty basic foot rest.  It supports your feet at whatever angle you want.  It stays put and doesn’t slide across the floor. It doesn’t rock smoothly like the FM300B or the FM500, but it’s a basic foot rest and isn’t designed to have all the bells and whistles.  It

Humanscale FM500

Humanscale FM500 Footrest Review

Designed to support the feet and legs while working, the Humanscale FM500 features curved “feet” to allow for an easy rocking motion which will help promote circulation. FEATURES/OPTIONS: - Available in natural wood or black - Aluminum legs with rubber coating to keep the footrest in place and protect hardwood floors REVIEW: The Humanscale FM500 is an alright footrest in the sense that it’s better than nothing.  You can’t adjust the height, and despite having rubber skids on the bottom, it still had a tendency to slide across the floor when I was using it.  It is also very easy

Humanscale FM300B

Humanscale FM300B Footrest Review

The Humanscale Foot Machine is designed to allow gentle movement of the feet while providing support at varying angles and has built in massage balls to massage tired feet. FEATURES/OPTIONS - The FM300 has 3 non-skid pads on the surface - The FM300B has the same 3 non-skid pads, but on the other side has the massage balls pictured above - Height adjustable - Angle adjustable - Footrest stays at whatever angle you set it at and can also be easily rocked back and forth by the feet - Available in natural or dark cherry wood colors REVIEW: The FM300B

Haworth Very

Haworth Very Review

The Haworth Very is a very adjustable chair designed by Michael Welsh and Nicolai Czumaj-Bront.  It is also very green, with a Greenguard certification and Greenguard Children and School certified. FEATURES/OPTIONS: - Height adjustible - Asymmetrical lumbar support that is both height and depth (independently left/right) adjustable - Available 4-D arms (height, pivot, width, depth) - Seat depth adjustment - Knee tilt - Back lock - Forward tilt - Available in a variety of colors, fabrics, and finishes - Mesh back REVIEW: The Haworth Very is like the Zody’s little brother.  It has similar options and appearance and functionality.  The

Hon Ceres

HON Ceres Review

Wolfgang Deisig designed the HON Ceres based on research on how people sit.  It was also designed with some innovative features to help it stand out from the competition as well as a modern, sleek look. FEATURES/OPTIONS: - Adjustable seat height - Adjustable seat depth - Adjustable arm height, depth, and pivot - Adjustable tilt tension using a slider that moves about 2 inches (as opposed to turning a knob a dozen times like in other chairs) - Knee tilt mechanism - Three tilt lock positions - Available in a variety of colors and finishes REVIEW: One of the things

Keilhauer Junior front view

Keilhauer Junior Review

Every so often a chair comes around that challenges what you think you know about seating.  Designed by Tom Deacon, the Keilhauer Junior does just that.  This chair has a back unlike anything else on the market that may likely inspire chair design for years to come. FEATURES/OPTIONS: - Adjustable back height - Adjustable tilt tension and tilt lock - Forward tilt - Knee tilt recline - Back supports the spine while allowing complete shoulder freedom - Height adjustable and pivot arms available - Back available in plastic or upholstered REVIEW: I knew I had to try this chair as

Humanscale Freedom chair

Humanscale Freedom Review

The Freedom was designed by Niels Diffrient and provides, as its name suggests, freedom from complicated controls, levers and dials.  In fact, the only adjustments on the chair are seat height, seat depth, back height, arm rest height, and headrest height. FEATURES/OPTIONS: - Available with optional headrest - Headrest angle moves to keep your head facing forward even when you recline - No complicated dials or levers to mess with - Proprietary technology allows the chair to automatically give you the the proper amount of recline resistance without requiring manual adjustments as with other chairs - Available in a wide

Teknion Contessa

Teknion Contessa Review

Controlled by what Teknion calls “smart operation,” the Contessa is a task chair designed to compete on the same level as (and possibly surpass) all competitors.  Oh, and it’s 95% recyclable, too. FEATURES/OPTIONS: - Seat height and recline controlled by levers on the armrests - Seat tilt angle can be locked into any position - 2.8:1 tilt ratio - Lumbar support is height and depth adjustable - Tilt tension knob has 4 presets - Seat depth adjustment - Available in mesh back, with mesh, cloth, or leather seat - Arms are adjustable in height and pivot (20 degrees inward, 10