A techie needs a good chair. In fact, there's an argument for ergonomics being a major key to success in IT. Let's look at why the Aeron chair by Herman Miller is a great investment for programmers.
Aeron Chairs Prevent Back Pain
The Herman Miller Aeron chair continues to play a vital role in a growing tech industry. While the emergence of tech jobs has made work easier on the body, it's also required of programmers, coders, and developers that they stay stationary for long periods of time. That can get uncomfortable--even painful--and very distracting while you're trying to work.
It's not uncommon for IT professionals to work over 40 hours a week. Let's say you're working 50. That's about 10 hours a day you're sitting at your desk. If your office chair's designer was unaware of the delicate relationship between your pelvis position and the natural curvature of your spine, all that time spent at your desk is bound to get uncomfortable, or even lead to back issues.
The sleek and uber-adjustable Herman Miller Aeron chair gives programmers the speed, mobility, and efficiency that fuels startup growth. But Herman Miller chairs also steer you clear of poor posture that creates stress points on your spine and leads to back pain. Aeron chairs are designed to keep your spine in shape so you're comfortable--and therefore more productive.
Aeron Chairs aren't Boring
Sitting can be boring--especially if you have a cheap, plain-looking chair. But the meshy, jet black Aeron chair seat pan, the padded arm pads, and aeronautical look of Herman Miller's PostureFit Support Kit make you feel like Neo in The Matrix. Your work will be an adventure, not a bore.
The Herman Miller Aeron is a Great Investment for Programmers
If happiness has anything to do with productivity, which it does, you want a chair like the Herman Miller Aeron that can keep you comfortable during long periods of coding.
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