The Freedman Chair Mimics the Standing Posture of Your Pelvis and Spine

By: Michael Hines - Published: Oct 9, 2013 • References: freedmanchair & gizmag
The FreedMan Chair is an ergonomic chair said to replicate the posture of both your spine and pelvis when you are standing. It was created by Simon Freedman, an osteopath with 20 years of experience. Freedman reportedly spent 15 years designing the chair before coming up with the finished product.

When sitting in the FreedMan Chair, the spine's natural curvature, both forwards and sideways, is maintained. The pads of the chair can tilt, letting you wiggle into a position that feels most comfortable. The chair comes with a detachable backrest, but is said to be just as comfortable without it. Freedman is planning on selling his chair for $1,300, but he also has designs on a Kickstarter campaign where he hopes to move 500 chairs for $560 apiece. Stats for Spine-Friendly Work Seats Trending: Older & Warm
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