Synchron Plus Mechanism
This type of mechanism is the most advanced on the market and recommended by all ergonomics specialists. The seat and backrest synchronously and automatically adapt to our movements. Therefore, when the backrest is tilted forwards or backwards, the seat tilt is also automatically adjusted at the same time, resulting in a dynamic and perfect posture. An anti-return safety system prevents hurting the spine.
This type of armrest can only be found in high-end ergonomic chairs, allowing total adjustment of the height, width, angle and depth.
This function enables adjusting the depth of the seat adapting it to the length of each user´s legs, thereby obtaining a more comfortable and healthy position while we are working. This type of mechanism is normally used in high-end ergonomic chairs.
Lumbar arch support
The lumbar adjustment enables adjusting the pressure of the backrest in the lower back. Back injuries are one of the most common occupational health problems, so we recommend using a chair that incorporates this type of adjustment that allows us to create a more natural support that follows the curve of our back.
The backrest is height-adjustable by means of a sliding system. This type of mechanism is only found in high-end ergonomic chairs. By adjusting the height of the backrest, we can adapt it to the curvature of the back by reducing the stress on the lumbar and shoulder area.
The use of headrests is highly recommended as it helps to rest the vertebrae in the dorsal area without subjecting the spine to excessive twisting.
Ergonomic Dynamic chair achieves maximum comfort at an incredible price. Infinite individual adjustments and quality beyond doubt make it one of the most successful chairs in our extensive catalogue.
Dynamic surprises with its futuristic design, equipped with the most cutting-edge technology
The anatomically designed lumbar arch support encompasses the entire spine, equipped with gel elements of variable hardness that help support the entire body. The result is optimal and individual pressure distribution along the spine.