Q.Can I buy your computer chair from any stores here in LosAngeles ?

A. At present we are not selling through conventional furniture stores or office supply houses but only online by direct mail order.
But please do not let the lack of a pre-purchase "sit" deter you from moving up to this superbly comfortable seat.
You can rest assured that I stand by my unconditional 60 day moneyback guarantee the full 100%

Please feel free to check me out by corresponding with any of the satisfied clients listed in the testimonials - You may email me for their address.

Q. We are looking for an office computer chair for a pregnant staff member, one that provides zero gravity. Can you please provide details. The chair must fit under a non adjustable desk and is on a carpeted floor.

You have come to exactly right place to look after your pregnant staff member. We probably don't emphasize this aspect enough on our site but, because of the forward sloping seat, a pregnant lady can sit in our chair for quite long periods without discomfort.
Body weight is distributed between the base of the spine and the shins/knees. This feature plus the action of the adjustable counter-balance spring encourages a pleasant "rocking motion" which eases any pain from spasms - especially in the later stages of pregnancy.
The Kneelsit uses larger than standard casters for ease of movement so that it is still relatively easy to move around on a carpeted floor.

Re: Kneelsit Chair and Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome

A. As to your sitting problem and the need to keep your feet and ankles off the floor. Have you considered using a firm roll of foam that you could insert under your lower shins so that your shins took the pressure instead of your feet.?

The suggestion of firm roll of foam that inserts under the shins works well. I have EMG on left ankle back in 1992 that was positive. I am having a triple compression between low back, piriformis muscle and ankle.I have been going to chiropractor that is doing laser treatment on the ankle. Thank you for the follow. The firm roll works well. Thank you. John L.

Q.I have a very old chair and recently resurrected it. I remember why it went into the closet. My knees and shins were in pain. Does your chair have some accommodation for that?

A. Early models of the kneeling chair (which is what I assume you are referring to) were mostly rigid and did not have any provision for altering the distance between the seat and the kneeler to suit different people's varying thigh length. The Kneelsit has nine(9) different settings to allow for correct adjustment. Furthermore the freely-moving axle in the shin cushion of the Kneel-sit allows it to adjust to every shift in your seating position.

Often the angle between the seat and kneeler was too steep and so caused painful knees after a short time. Kneeler height on the Kneelsit computer chair can be adjusted through three (3) different height settings.

Continuous gentle movement of your body from the action of the swivel axles in seat and kneeler of the Kneelsit not only prevents "fluid stasis" of your limbs but also brings nourishment to your spinal discs.

Q. Why is your chair more expensive than many conventional chairs?

A. Most computer furniture and computer chairs are made in production runs of tens of thousands, and a careful investigation of many manufacturers will show that the bulk of their parts are bought in very cheaply from low cost labour countries. e.g. the standard 5 star bases, gas lifts, plastic seat pans, backrests, casters etc. The local manufacturer will then add a single layer of medium density foam, glue on the fabric covering, then clip on various light plastic cover pieces.

By contrast, every single part of the Kneelsit ergonomic computer chair is specially designed and then made to order in small production runs of a few hundred units. All components are carefully checked by hand to ensure accuracy of fit and smooth operation of the moving parts.

Finally, after assembly and before packing, each chair is carefully checked again to ensure exact balance and smooth, gentle movement - two fundamentals of the perfect posture and superb comfort intrinsic to this revolutionary new design

Q. What are the dimensions of your chair as I have only a small office?

Width at front = 17 & 3/4 inches (460mm)
Width at rear = 20&1/4 inches (520mm)
Length overall = 27 & 1/2 inches (700mm)
You will realise of course, that almost half the length of the chair will be under your desk when it is in use.

Q. I suffer from fibromyositis will the chair help with that?

A. The short answer is that it certainly should enable you to sit for much longer periods with far less discomfort than if you were using a conventional chair. Having kept in touch with many of my customers over the years it would appear to give relief for many back problems such as scoliosis, sciatica, spondylitis, worn lumbar discs, symptoms from Parkinsons disease and rehabilitation following laminectomy,  spinal fusion and similar surgical procedures.

Q. Can I have arm rests fitted ?

A. We don't fit arm rests to the chair for three reasons. First they make getting in and out of the chair more awkward. Second, armrests tend to restrict the diaphragm and inhibit full lung capacity. Finally they tend to limit the closeness with which one can work at a desk.

Q. I am 6 ft. 6 inches tall will the Kneel-sit chair fit me ?

A. The seat should fit you O.K. as we have several customers who are around that height..

Q. Am I correct in assuming that the backrest is not functional when one has achieved equipoise. It is about 1 inch away from the lumbar region of my back when I am "balanced". I do find it quite useful for sitting back if I need to, but not when balanced. I am wondering if I have not adjusted the seat correctly and that it should provide support while I am balancing ?

A. It sounds very much as if you have not adjusted the backrest under-seat adjustment far enough forward to suit YOUR requirements. Try that & I'm sure you'll find it works for you.

Q. Can I lean back in the chair if I want to or does the kneelsit require you to sit up straight all the time - like the girl in the photo ?

A. The "perfect posture" shown by the girl seems to occur automatically when you are working at the keyboard, but the design of the seat allows you to lean well back or well forward as the mood takes you - in short you are 'encouraged' to relax and change your position frequently. This also helps prevent the 'fluid stasis' to which Prof. Bonello refers.

Please do feel free to contact the Inventor with any questions or comments.

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