The Adaptic EASY therapeutic chair is optimally sized for most body types - slim, medium and stronger, with a height of 160 to approx. 190 cm and a weight of approx. 100 kg. However, the weight capacity of the chair is 120 kg. It is best suited for PC work in home offices, offices or open space areas.
The difference between the Adaptic EASY and Adaptic EVORA models is the armrests and lumbar support. Adaptic EASY has fixed armrests and no lumbar support, making it a simpler and cheaper model of therapeutic chair. The Adaptic EVORA has armrests adjustable in three directions and includes an adjustable lumbar support.
Adaptic tilting seat.
Adaptic therapeutic chairs feature a unique, adaptive spring-mounted seat, which enables activation of back, abdominal, and deep core stabilizing muscles. The adaptive seat enables muscles to maintain optimal tone, essential for healthy posture. Vertebrae and spinal discs are thus protected from the overloading common in standard and ergonomic chairs with fixed seats. An Adaptic seat instead distributes loads along the entire length of the spine, allowing all muscles in the area to participate in maintaining posture. Our chairs relieve back pain and stiff neck and prevent poor posture, lowering the likelihood of developing chronic musculoskeletal conditions and other complications.
Adaptic tilting seats also allow the pelvis to maintain its natural mobility. Normally, most torso movements begin in the pelvis, but the static seats of standard office chairs, as well as most ergonomic chairs, hold the pelvis fixed and thus lead to unnatural torso movements. On such chairs, the pelvic area has to conform to the seat, rather than the other way around, potentially causing problems over the long term. The resulting muscle imbalance leads to overloading of the spine, which may cause painful conditions. Adaptic tilting seats remove this problem by mildly tilting sideways or front-to-back, matching the movements of the pelvis. Unlike a static seat, an Adaptic seat will conform to the natural motions of your body.