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Mesh Medium Back Task Chair, Seat Depth

$718.00 $413.00
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  • Finally, a Mesh Back Task Chair that forms to your back Perfectly.

    Our Kare Mesh Chairs are packed with ergonomic features. This full feature mesh chair outperforms all other mesh chairs on the market- from design to features, durability and comfort. The Kare Mesh chair solves the problems all other mesh chairs do not. All this at one fabulously low price!
    Here's what we do different: The Kare Mesh Chair provides durable well-functioning design offering all the ergonomic adjustments for independent control of back angle and height, seat height, depth and tilt. Kare's easy-life back height adjustment is an essential feature to fully supporting and fitting your back. The back features a 3-way stretch mesh offering body hugging comfort. Most of us try to compensate for poor or no back support by sitting at the front of our chairs when keyboarding. You can only hold that posture for so long before the back fatigues. The back's forward-tilt adjustment is the key to supporting healthy posture and will bring hours of relief to your back.
    Our special design contoured seat utilizes Kare's exclusive Smart Memory foam blend that provides a thick, comfortable and durable seat. Chairs that combine a mesh seat and a hard plastic edge, compresses the thighs and back of the knees resulting in body fatigue and poor circulation. Our Kare Mesh Chair provides unique features so you can create a custom fit for your day in and day out comfort.

    • 3-way Stretch Mesh chair mid-back
    • Exclusive stable ratcheted back height adjustment
    • Backrest tilt adjustment for healthy posture
    • 3.5” thick, exclusive Smart Memory foam contoured seat
    • Seat depth adjusts for proper thigh support
    • True waterfall front seat eliminates unhealthy leg compression
    • Pneumatic seat height adjustment
    • Fingertip adjustment while you are seated
    • Cozy knit upholstery with high abrasion resistance (250,000 double rubs)
    • Cushioned Arm Rest height & depth adjustable
    • Easy comfort rocking option, model #708SSMMesh (manager/simple function)
    • Back Size 19 w x 20 ht Seat 20 w x 18 to 21 d, Adjustable Height 16.5- 21
    • Capacity 250 pounds
  • Fitting People To Computer Chairs
    Chair Height:

    Begin adjusting chair with feet flat on the ground so that people can easily go through all adjustments. Feet must be flat on the ground. The feet, knees, and hips must be slightly higher/equal to a 90-degree angle.

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    Proper Seat Depth:

    Two to four fingers space between the back of the knee and the front of the chair provide proper thigh support and will help to prevent varicose veins and increases blood circulation. (A proper seat depth helps alleviate any back muscles from pulling or adding body tension to the back while seated.) Remember to re-seat people after each adjustment. (This method will always guarantee a best fit after any adjustment.)

    Back Height Adjustment:

    Full contact with the low back is key to a comfortable fit. An easy way to locate the low back area is to place the palm of your hand at your waist, fingers facing down, along the spine at the center of the back. General location is between your waist and hips.

    Welcome To The Small Of Your Back!

    Lower the chair back so that there is full contact and support for the lower back.

    The goal of getting a chair with a higher back is to make sure that you get as much contact with the seat back as possible for as many of your daily tasks as possible. Notice what part of your back you feel supported and at what point your back leaves the chair back.

    When desiring a higher back chair, make sure the upper area of the chair provides full contact without rounding the shoulders. To self assess the best fit, use a long mirror so that you can look at the relationship of your body to the chair including: hips and knees, how much of the seat is being used, how high your shoulder might be from placement of arm height, and how much of your back is being supported.

    Back Angle Adjustment:

    You may want the back angle to be in a more casual, open position for tasks such as meetings and telephone calls, while computer entry and paper work may be best suited for a more "formal" or upright chair position. Again, the goal is to get as much of the back supported during each task.

    Lumbar Adjustment:

    Ideally, the ability to increase or decrease the lumbar adjustment can take the chair comfort level up several notches. If low back pain is an issue, the lumbar adjustment may be of major importance.

    Seat Rocking:

    Another key adjustment is the ability to rock. You want to feel safe and secure in your chair while rocking, and at the same time it needs to be a fluid, easy movement. Tightening or loosening the tension adjustment can be the difference between relaxing in your chair, feeling stiff in your chair and really having to work your back muscles to get any back movement (loosen adjustment) or feeling that the chair rock is out of control and you feel like you may keel over (tighten adjustment).

    Seat Tilt:

    Using the seat is a good solution to alleviate lower back discomfort, especially while doing longer stints at the keyboard or completing paperwork. A slight angle may be all you need. This will take the pressure off the tail bone and distribute the body weight to your sitz bones and re-align your spine from your tail bone to the top of your head.

    You will notice that your shoulders relax and you may experience it easier to breathe (an important thing to do during the business of the day). When seated with the tilt, be sure and raise your seat height one half to one inch. This will take the pressure off your thighs and then reseat yourself.

    A more radical angle may work well for you, even though some people feel they are sliding out of the chair. It's good to experiment with positioning, but above all, listen to your body. Again, when seated with the tilt, be sure and raise your seat height one half to one inch. This will take the pressure off your thighs and then reseat yourself.

    Arm Height:

    The arm rest height should be set so you feel even pressure on your forearm rather than prominent pressure at the wrist area or elbow area. The shoulder should be at a relaxed position-not too high so that it is pushed up into your ears and not too low so that it is pulling at the muscles in your neck. Ideally, the forearm should be at a 90-degree angle from the shoulders to the chair arm.

    Chair Casters:

    Standard casters for chairs are carpet casters. If you are on a hardwood or cement floor, consider cement casters for the least marking up of the wooden floor. There are also breaking casters and chair glides for special needs seating.

    Mesh Back Color Skirts 901, 706, 707 series
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    Black Echo Park

    Silver Sawtelle

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    Gray Silver Lake

    Brown Topanga

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    Dark Blue Palisades

    Teal Blue Malibu

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    Orange Del Ray

    Red Sunset

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    Green Joshua Tree

    Computer Workstations

    An ache in your lower back, a pain in your neck, a cramp in your leg ... it's hard to believe sitting at your desk can cause so much pain. Bad body posture and repetitive movements can cause almost every part of your body to hurt and every aspect of your computer workstation setup can impact your comfort level. Continually reaching for objects, tilting your head to hold the telephone on your shoulder and resting your wrist on the sharp edge of your desk are just some of the ways pain is invited to knock at your door.

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    Everyday tools in primary reach zone (18"-22") Less frequently used items in secondary reach zone (24"-36")

    Seating

    • Feet flat on the floor
    • Straight forearm
    • Support for lower back
    • No leaning forward
    • Thighs straight or parallel to floor and/or 10 degrees higher
    • Head over shoulders, shoulders over hips

    Monitor

    • Top half of screen at or above eye level
    • 18"-24" away (approximately arm's length)
    • 40 degree viewing angle
    • Clean screen
    • Minimize glare

    Keyboard Mouse

    • Elbow parallel to keyboard
    • Relax fingers and wrists
    • Wrists, hands and elbows parallel to floor
    • Relaxed shoulders, no slouching

    Basic Fabrics For Kare Ergonomic Office Chairs
    Basic Fabric Group

    BASIC 100% Marquesa Lana TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS PERFORMANCE TEST METHOD RESULTS Width 54" Abrasion ASTM-D-4157 (Wyzenbeek-Cotton Duck) 250,000 Double Rubs Weight N/A Colorfastness Dry: N/A Backing Acrylic Wet: N/A Finish Teflon Lightfastness AATCC 16E 40 hrs. - Class 4 Approximate Repeat None Seam Slippage Warp N/A Railroaded No Fill: N/A FLAMMABILITY

  • California Fire Code Technical Bulletin 117, Section E Passes CS-191-53 Passes

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    Basic Black

    Basic Blue Combo

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    Basic Burgundy

    Basic Charcoal

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    Basic Gray

    Basic Navy Blue

    Celestial Fabric Group

    50% Polyester, 50% Post Industrial Recycled Polyester - Reduced Environmental Impact TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS PERFORMANCE TEST METHOD RESULTS Width 54" Abrasion ASTM-D-3597 (Cotton Duck) 150,000 Double Rubs Weight N/A Colorfastness Dry: N/A Backing Polyurethane Wet: N/A Finish N/A Lightfastness AATCC 16E 40 hrs. - Class 4.5 Approximate Repeat None Seam Slippage Warp N/A Railroaded No Fill: N/A FLAMMABILITY

  • California Fire Code Technical Bulletin 117, Section E Passes CS-191-53 Passes

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    Black Oberon

    Rhea Gray

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    Callisto Earth Tone

    Titan Blue

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    Burgundy Hyperion

    Europa Green

    Spice Fabric Group

    ELEMENTS 50% Polyester, 50% Post Industrial Recycled Polyester - Reduced Environmental Impact TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS PERFORMANCE TEST METHOD RESULTS Width 54" Abrasion ASTM-D-3597 (Cotton Duck) 150,000 Double Rubs Weight N/A Colorfastness Dry: N/A Backing Polyurethane Wet: N/A Finish N/A Lightfastness AATCC 16E 40 hrs. - Class 4.5 Approximate Repeat None Seam Slippage Warp N/A Railroaded No Fill: N/A FLAMMABILITY

  • California Fire Code Technical Bulletin 117, Section E Passes CS-191-53 Passes

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    Juniper Spice

    Mint Spice

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    Nutmeg Spice

    Paprika Spice

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    Pepper Spice

    Sesame Spice

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