The Tokyo is a regular kneeling chair, but with even more support. If you're feeling ready to try a kneeling chair for the first time, but aren't ready to give up the added support of a backrest we have you covered. The Tokyo Kneeling Chair comes with a backrest and handlebars.
Unlike most kneeling chairs The Tokyo offers a flexible, mesh backrest that gives you more support than ever as your body adjusts to using a kneeling chair and your core begins to strengthen. The handlebars help give you keep your balance as you climb in and out of your chair.
Just like the rest of our kneeling chairs the angled placement of the seat cushion gently tilts your pelvis forward encouraging a natural upright posture. This posture engages your core muscles eliminating pressure on your spinal discs, back, and shoulders. If you're concerned about knee and shin pain don't be fooled by the term "kneeling chair". When sitting in The Tokyo the majority of your weight remains in your buttocks and any weight in your legs is placed mostly on your shins. This allows you to be able to sit in this position all day long without any pain or discomfort in your knees.
Benefits Of The Tokyo Kneeling Chair.
Backrest for added lumbar support
Handles for added stability getting in and out of the chair.
Open hip angle for effortless upright posture
Weight capacity of up to 265 lbs
Steel frame making it lightweight, strong and long-lasting.
4 inch thick cushions for added comfort and stability of recycled foam
Height adjustability from 19" to 26"
Natural, effortless S curve for your back to help with pain
Frequently Ask Questions:
Will The Wheels Damage My Floors?
Our wheels were designed to be safe for any floor type, but if you find they aren't working for your specific needs you can always change them out. They are universal castors with a 49mm bearing.
What Is The Right Desk Height For The Tokyo?
The Tokyo was designed to work with a standard 29" inch high desk.
How Tall Do You Need To Be? What Is The Max Weight Capacity?
The Tokyo works for anyone from 5'1" to 6'6" and can hold up to 265 lbs.
Will It Hurt My Knees?
It is completely normal to experience some discomfort or tenderness in the shins and knees when you first begin to use the chair, but after that, your shins will strengthen and take most of your weight. Your knees should be perfectly fine!