Users who spend long hours at the desk working can often find that an uncomfortable chair makes the hours drag on and potentially unearths all kinds of aches and pains in the back, neck and even the wrists. Thermaltake has an answer to this problem with its new CyberChair E500 ergonomic chair.
Thermaltake claims its new CyberChair E500 is the ideal choice for users who are required to sit for long hours, it is manufactured from permeable mesh cushioning that keeps users feeling fresh since the material is highly breathable. The back structure of the CyberChair E500 is constructed from “robust aluminium” that provides sturdy support to the human backbone.
Ergonomic features of the CyberChair E500 include a range of adjustments such as headrest height and angle adjustment, an adjustable sliding seat base with up to 30mm travel in sliding mode and seat height adjustment from 500 mm to 600 mm via a class-4 gas lift strut, as well as a wire-control mechanism with multiple locking positions for maximum comfort.
For additional relaxation, the CyberChair E500 backrest can recline from 90 to 177 degrees inclination and to relieve pressure on the user's wrists, the CyberChair E500 is equipped with multidirectional armrests that are height and width adjustable, which also help to reduce muscle strain of the forearms.
In addition to the sturdy backrest structure, the base of the CyberChair E500 is built with a five-star heavy-duty aluminium frame that measures 700mm in diameter. The base is designed to withstand loads of up to 150 kg (330 lb) and is equipped with large 3-inch wide castor wheels to offer extra stability, with quiet operation and smooth movement.
The Thermaltake CyberChair E500 is expected to be available during April 2020 in certain regions including China, Taiwan, Asia and Australia, priced around $599.99 USD.
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KitGuru says: Any of you guys feeling the strain of being sat at your desk working for long hours? What do you think of the new ergonomic CyberChair E500 from Thermaltake?