The Bezel chair from Kokuyo has many features to enhance the comfort in sitting. Find out what they are.
September 16th, 2015
The way we work today is significantly different to what it was 10 years ago, and this has led to the rise of many innovations in furniture design for the workplace.
Leading the game is Kokuyo, which consistency rolls out products that give due consideration to both aesthetics and comfort. The Bezel chair is a case in point. When it comes to style, the chair doesn’t disappoint. Its standout design feature is its smooth and curvy back, and the chair’s simple lines means it can blend easily into all kinds of office environments.
Then there is the anti-forward tilt mechanism. Long hours of sitting can result in added pressure on our hips and shoulders, but the 3-degree tilting angle of Bezel gives users a better support at the thigh area, thus reducing strain on the body. This is also one way to improve one’s sitting posture.
Another key feature of Bezel is its “Wave Motion Support”, which are six bands that support the lower lumbar area. The bands allow users to fine tune the grip level by turning the knob, ultimately giving them a better and more comfortable sitting experience.
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