Different companies care about their clients, prepare and create different furniture to avoid discomfort. But not each citizen was satisfied with these efforts. There was a segment of the population who couldn't enjoy the benefits of Kneelsit , the chair was designed for the average size range of people up to 6-feet-2-inches tall. But now Kneelsit has increased the number of seat position bearings so the range of people it will now fit is between 5-feet to 6-feet-8-inches.
According to Australian-based Greg Usher, “the Kneelsit chair is designed to give excellent lumbar support to reduce stress on the lower back. It is also customized to fit the users' individual body, but the truly remarkable feature is that there are no levers to pull or buttons to push. The user carries out an initial adjustment of seat, kneeler and backrest to suit his/her height and weight, in effect they do a "custom-fit". From then on the unique, balance mechanism works automatically, all while gently correcting and supporting the users' posture naturally without the need to fiddle with various controls. “
Kneelsit’s superiority is expressed in its balance and natural movement, that makes less stressful to sit at the computer for a long time.
According to the SOURCEWIRE the chair has been universally well-received, with a world-wide customer base including Microsoft, IBM and Oxford University to name a few. Testimonials keep on coming from around the globe, like Cindy in Massachusetts who said, "Words are inadequate to describe the feeling of sitting in the Kneelsit chair. The harmony it brings to my physical form is pure bliss."
John Loest from Ventura Ca. couldn't sit for more than two minutes at a time for 24 years despite consulting three orthopedic surgeons, several chair specialists and purchasing more 'specialty' chairs than he could recall. But after purchasing the Kneelsit he said, "My back thanks you, my butt thanks you, my brain thanks you, my neck thanks you, my shoulders thank you, my emotions thank you, my entire body thanks you, and I thank you."