Whether you are a top-notch executive in a blue-chip company or just a high school graduate working as a computer operator in a modest restaurant the chair you sit on while performing your work should be the least of your worries, but the sad reality is that this is not always the case as chairs manufacturers, whether knowingly or unknowingly often sacrifice the convenience of their customers on the altar of aesthetic and thereby exposing them to backaches and other effects of sitting on a bad chair.
Our range of lumbar support cushions for office chairs was made considering two key factors of convenience and aesthetic, what you get is a lumbar cushioned chair that is both pleasing to the eye and the body. They are of various sizes, colors, and designs, it won’t be out of place to say they are the best you can get anywhere around.
With our lumbar support cushion for an office chair, your body is well-positioned to work extensively over a period of time the hard feeling to the back, which can cause backache common to other lumbar chairs is practically nonexistent as the back is covered with a soft cushion all in a bid to give you the perfect office experience you deserve.
Our Best Pick
Although requirements affect choice in regards to the feel of a lumbar-support pillow, a lot of our testers rated the LoveHome as the most accustomed and healthy. They reported that this contoured nicely with their bodies, given considerable support across a sizable portion of the lower back, and kept securely in position when strapped to a seat.
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The Everlasting Comfort comes with a couple of straps, rather than one, to keep it in place-not a big upgrade instability, however, it helps some. Much like the LoveHome cushion, this model has a removable fine mesh cover.
Everlasting Comfort features a “lifetime replacement guarantee,” but on the downside, some Amazon customers review having had to pay for return shipping (although the company has obviously agreed to refund shipping and delivery costs in most circumstances).
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How we picked and tested
A number of the lumbar-support cushions we examined with workers of The New York Times.
An excellent lumbar-support cushion must be easy to stick to your chair; it must also stay in position and feel gentle but supportive so that it provides comfort to the lower back. Many materials will offer that support, so we researched models made from a variety of them, including mesh, memory foam, buckwheat, and inflatables. We at first wondered if our tests include DIY options like a rolled-up towel or jacket put into the lower-back section of a chair. However, the doctor warned of such make-do solutions.
Noting this, we purchased or obtained company samples of lumbar cushions that rated highly on Amazon. Where possible, we filtered out apparently fake reviews and picked up stories of positive outcomes or even negative product breakdowns. Then we set out to work with the cushions.
First, we ran a short-term testing panel with workers at The New York Times offices. Each one sat against each of the 10 cushions for ten to fifteen minutes and after that submitted a survey ranking the help each cushion provided. We ranked the cushions about how much comfort and support they offered, exactly how they stayed in position on the chair, the way they helped somebody types, and whether or not they breathed and stopped sweat accumulation.
Then we changed the cushions among those testers, for further substantive testing. Each one worked in their chair with each cushion over the course of at least 2 work weeks (presuming the cushion didn’t cause discomfort), and after that traded cushions after 4 days. In addition to assessing the cushions’ supportiveness, we requested testers about placing and altering the cushions, their convenience, and whether or not they stayed comfortable, and stayed in position, after hours of sitting.