Ergo Sun – classic design meets modern technology
Ergo Sun was the first product that came as a result from the merger of Officeline and Höganäsmöbler. The combination of Sten Engdal’s classic design and the modern technology Officeline had to offer turned out to be very successful.
Ergo Sun, due to its design, is the perfect chair to be used in conjunction with a sit-stand desk. It encourages active movement between sitting and standing. Equipped with the best freefloat mechanism, the chair offers the possibility to lock the back and seat independently of one another. The backrest can then be adjusted to the preferred height without the need for buttons or levers. The uniquely designed seat guarantees that you will be seated in a perfectly balanced posture and the ability to tilt the seat forward encourages the user to sit correctly.
Separate setting for back angle and recline function with anti-shock
Separate setting for seat angle as well as the Freefloat of the seat
Height adjustable lumbar and back
Height, width, angle and depth adjustable soft topped armrests
Back and seat fully upholstered in fabric or leather
Base and gas lift in chrome
Castors with rubber thread suitable for hard and soft floor types
Gas-regulated seat height
Ergo Sun is a well thought out choice when it comes to office chairs, especially if it’s for a sitting and standing desk. The chair’s Freefloat mechanism stimulates the user to an active motion between sitting and standing. Seat height, back position and seat position are all adjusted without having to think about how the controls are constructed or placed, a major ergonomic advantage. The height of the backrest is adjusted without any levers or buttons for example. The Freefloat mechanism enables you to lock the back and seat independently of one another, which encourages a varied posture. The well-designed seat that maintains a seated position in full balance is also something that should be pointed out. The seat can be tilted forwards which further helps to maintain an upright back position and an ergonomically correct posture.