During extended periods of sitting, Dynamic sitting is globally acknowledged to be highly beneficial to both personal comfort and wellbeing.
The Form 2.0 mechanism fully embraces Dynamic sitting by allowing the seat to pivot forwards or backwards with the option to lock the seat at any desired angle. Alternatively, if you prefer not to lock the seat angle, a spring tension adjustment is available to allow individual seat tension adjustment.
By altering the seat angle on the Form 2.0, the pressure under the thighs usually caused by by the front edge of the seat, may be reduced. Furthermore, by ensuring that the pelvic angle is slightly “open”, i.e. sitting so that the knees are marginally below the level of the hips, the pressure in the lower lumbar region of the back is significantly reduced.
The backrest of the Form 2.0 is not only height adjustable but also has a “permanent contact” feature that allows the backrest to be in permanent contact with the user’s back, or it may be locked in any position within it’s travel range.