Does The Alera Etros Mid-Back Synchro Tilt Chair Do Just Enough To Be Widely Accommodating?
The design for the Alera Etros Mid-Back Synchro Tilt Chair is about as straightforward as you can get for an ergonomic office chair. There are no clever shapes or design elements that are instantly apparent and no colours and accents beside black.
There is a curved seat and backrest, made with a breathable mesh that looks as though it should support most users well enough, without going over the top. There arr also two simple, curved armrests, a lever to adjust a couple of settings and a 5-point star base with casters. Is this the ideal approach to an accessible office chair, or could it do more?