Friday, January 6, 2017

The Sit Test: iDesk Oroblanco Chair

iDesk Oroblanco Chair ReviewWhen the time comes to select a new office chair, there's no substitute for "The Sit Test". In our new series, we'll help inform our readers of what to look for in an office chair while simultaneously highlighting top rated models from the best brands in the business. Today we'll kick off by taking a look at the ultra cool Oroblanco chair from the iDesk seating collection. Enjoy!

Testing The iDesk Oroblanco ChairSeat Comfort:

Once seated in the iDesk Oroblanco chair you'll be rewarded with a waterfall style seat edge that takes the pressure off the knees. The seat itself is well cushioned and supportive. The wide cushion is perfect for larger users without feeling too bulky. The ability to slide the seat cushion forward and backwards is also a nice touch. As an added bonus, the Oroblanco chair seat cushion can be quickly replaced when you wear it out.

Oroblanco Chair Back SupportBack Support:

While the Oroblanco mesh back task chair doesn't come with an adjustable lumbar support, the natural curve of the back defiantly get the job done. The breathable mesh keeps the user light and airy without sacrificing support. As mesh chair's go, the Oroblanco is an absolute winner. It's mesh offers the perfect amount of resistance when leaning back and computing naturally.

Oroblanco Office Chair - Side ViewEase of Use:

While most of today's top rated office chairs are a bit confusing to operate, the Oroblanco truly minimizes the learning curve. In fact, these chairs come equipped with a built in guide for personal adjusting. You can literally have this chair mastered in less than 30 minutes. It's without a doubt one of the most user friendly chairs on the market today.

Oroblanco Chair - Back ViewControls:

Oroblanco office chairs from the iDesk seating collection feature multi functional synchro tilt mechanisms. The mechanism itself acts like the brain of the chair. It controls the height, rate of recline, and every other major adjustment including the 2" seat slider. The mechanism allows the chair angle to be set at 3 floating position and 1 locked position. There's also a tension crank to set the resistance.


These days, you don't want to invest in an office chair for daily tasking that doesn't come standard with multi functional arms. The Oroblanco's arms raise, lower, twist, and slide. Needless to say, they passed the sit test. Finding correct and healthy computing angles with the Oroblanco was a breeze.


Oroblanco Chair RatingThe Oroblanco chair has earned itself a 4.5 out of 5 star rating. The sit could be improved with the integration of a headrest and adjustable lumbar area. That being said, those minor critiques don't take away from the fact that this is one of the most comfortable office chairs on the market. The Oroblanco is reliable, easy to use, very supportive, and super stylish. What more could you ask for?
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