Sit better. Live better.™

Designed by an MD to improve posture and prevent back pain caused by conventional sitting.

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There are many reasons to switch to a QOR360 chair. Here are three

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REDROCKER® TECHNOLOGY


Using our patented mechanism we call RedRocker™ Technology, QOR360 chairs move effortlessly in all directions, allowing you to stay in motion.

(brands who’ve embraced QOR360 chairs)

Look who's trending.

Maybe it's time to think differently about what you are sitting on for hours every day.

BOSTON GLOBE

It’s a different kind of chair, invented by a former surgeon.

Former surgeon Turner Osler is trying to save the world from the traditional chair by creating a design that includes a rocking seat that feels more like walking than sitting. -Billy Baker

MEDIUM.COM

Your Office Chair Is Hurting You

But also, forget standing desks. Try ‘active sitting,’ according to a trauma surgeon who wants to cure sitting disease. -Ashley Abramson

WALL STREET JOURNAL

Goodbye, Back Pain? This Office Chair Was Designed by a Trauma Surgeon

For decades, American workers have tried trendy office chairs hoping to alleviate the agony of sitting. Is the new ‘Active Stool’ the one? -Magdalena Puniewska

IMPROVE POSTURE

“I love this chair. It keeps me upright, no slouching.”


Learn More About Posture

Posture is your body’s response to gravity. QOR360 chairs are designed to allow your hips and spine to tip, gently aligning into a natural, comfortable position.

RELIEVE BACK PAIN

“I really can’t express how much this is relieving my lower back pain. I honestly can’t wait to get to the office and sit down!”


How Does Active Sitting Relieve Back Pain?

Active sitting keeps your core strengthened and body aligned. We are designed to move, and when you stay in motion, your back appreciates it.

“SITTING IS THE NEW SMOKING. (REALLY).”

“Nothing comes close to the QOR360 Ariel for me.”


LEARN MORE ABOUT SITTING DISEASE

Research shows that sitting is incredibly bad for our health. People sit more than ever (Americans, on average, sit for 11 hours per day!) and it’s literally killing us. Active sitting keeps your body in motion, and helps prevent sitting disease.

TED ED

Why Sitting is Bad for You

Sitting down for brief periods can help us recover from stress or recuperate from exercise. But nowadays, our lifestyles make us sit much more than we move around. Are our bodies built for such a sedentary existence? Murat Dalkilinç investigates the hidden risks of sitting down. Lesson by Murat Dalkilinç, animation by Oxbow Creative.