We've reviewed the popular active ergonomic chairs and we loved what we found. There are a few types to choose from and a significant amount of extra energy to burn.
CoreChair Active Ergonomic Chair Review
In the world of active sitting, the CoreChair stands out by doing what the exercise ball never could: offer your core muscles a break. If you’ve used an exercise ball in the past only to ditch it after a short time, or are considering using one in the future, we recommend looking at the CoreChair. It’s a single chair solution that offers the benefits of an exercise ball without the detractions.
BackApp 2.0 Active Chair Review
In a rare case of the sequel being better than the original, Back App 2.0 raises the ergonomic and aesthetic bar set by the original while still retaining the unique, active imbalance feature that made the first chair such a hit. The new Back App has slightly pared down customization options, but it nonetheless earns our Experts' Choice award with ease.
Varier Move Leaning Chair Review
The Varier Move stops just short of being a leaning chair. While it does encourage active movement, it’s far easier to sit on top of the Move than it is to use it in a leaning position. As always, you’re looking at a trade off – the Move won’t keep you as active as a Mogo or Muvman, but it’s more comfortable than most of its tilt-happy brethren. It’s also made some recent waves as an attention-boosting accessory for the classroom. Attractive and portable, the Move is a fine choice of seat for anyone after an ergonomic task stool.