Guys ! Your staff are amazing!
No real complaints. It would be nice to see a desk that doesn't stain so easly and potentially a faster return to home setting as sometimes I can miss a delivery by the time the desk returns to the home position.
It is very right-handed, not so good for 15% of the population. The mouse mat sits over the controls for the chair so always have to be moved to use them and using the mat sideways really does not work. Otherwise, brilliant.
First of all, let me express my immense gratitude to the Altwork people for designing and building this chair, which has been a lifesaver for me, and I would like to encourage them to continue improving its design. I work in tech and I know so many people who have lumbar spine problems and I feel like if they used something like the Altwork station, many of those spine issues could've been avoided.
I'm giving the chair 4 stars for two relatively minor reasons:
1- The chair came with really strong magnets for holding up the mouse and the keyboard, but what was less than perfect was the adhesive on those magnets. So, I had to buy some super glue to attach the magnets: one bit of advice is to get a bottle that comes with a brush (like a nail polish). Also, if you're going to be working horizontally for long hours, you might want to use a stationary mouse like Logitech ERGO M575.
2- If you have a serious lower back injury like me and you want to work lying down, then the gap between the backrest and the seat might cause you a lot of pain: one solution to this is to jam a memory foam cushion between the two. What worked well for me was a "Memory Foam Half Moon Bolster Pillow" that I got from Home Depot, although you can buy it from many other stores. What's good about this bolster pillow is that one side of it is flat and that's the side that my back rests on. I also put another one these bolster pillows under my knees, which has been really helpful.
Thanks again for making this chair!