How To Operate Office Chairs Without Arms
Office chairs without arms are made in many different styles and shapes. There are some basic features and functions for them. The basic office chair has a base with or without wheels on it, a shaft that runs up to the seat bottom, a seat bottom, chair back, adjustable arms and two levers, one for adjusting the seat height and another for angling the chair. We will focus on the tilt lever
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Sit down in the office chairs without arms hanging. Now with the right hand down for the two levers under the seat. One should be flat or parallel to the ground. This lever adjusts the height of your chair. The second lever, which controls the inclination of the backrest, is angled down towards the ground. Pull the tilt lever and hold it straight up. You will feel the backrest put pressure on your back. Sit back at a comfortable angle. Release the lever. If you need to adjust, pull down the lever again. If not, then you have set lean on your office chair.
Tips and warnings
Not all office chairs without arms are the same. While these directions work for most office chairs, there is the possibility that not every chair style is the same. The levers may be on the left side, or both levers may be parallel to the ground. But most office chairs have only two levers, one controlling chair height, and the other controlling tilt.