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Should I have arms on my office chair?

The majority of Office Chair users use chairs with arms and personally I think this is a good idea. Correctly used, arms can definitely be beneficial in relieving the potential likelihood of repetitive strain injury (RSI).

Ideally, the arms should be height adjustable, that way the user can set up the arm height to suit their exact requirements independent of the Office Chair height. Nonetheless, for those who do a lot of typing arms can sometimes be a hindrance. So it really is a case of individual choice.

Bottom line: if you are unsure whether or not to have arms on your Office Seat see if you can try out a sample with and without arms first. If this isn’t possible err on the side of caution and buy a chair with arms, remember in a lot of cases you can usually remove them if you don’t like them

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