There are a number of factors that can contribute to the cost of an office chair. One of the main factors is the materials used in the construction of the chair. High-quality office chairs are typically made with durable and comfortable materials such as leather, mesh, and foam padding, which can add to the cost.
In addition to the materials, the design and functionality of the chair can also affect its price. Office chairs that offer a high level of adjustability and support, such as chairs with lumbar support and multiple adjustment points, tend to cost more. These features are important for maintaining good posture and comfort. You should also consider the level of automation with the adjustments. The best chairs for hybrid and multi-user work settings now have less levers and more intuitive adjustments making it easier for each person to set up.
Brand? A brand name just for the sake of it will cost more. Brands are useful so long as they come with the assurances that you are paying for – longer warranties, continuity policy (can you get more in the future), sustainability, and environmental quality.
Like so much in life, you get what you pay for, but it’s a confusing topic with thousands of options. Our advice, talk to an expert you trust who can understand what you need and your expectations in terms of design, function and budget.
The That’s It backrest is created entirely using die-cast aluminum, where efficiency and optimization in the use of raw materials took center stage using new environmentally friendly metallic finishing systems.
As an office chair, it complies with the strictest European Union ergonomic standards, specifically with the DIN-EN_1335-1 regulation. This is an advanced chair that incorporates all the features one would associate with professional chairs, including a seat with integrated mechanics and synchro movement. What’s more, “The technical knowledge of this type of product is amongst the highest in Europe.”