Pre-order your Ariel chair today
Thank you for your overwhelming support!
Our Ariel chairs are currently sold out, and we are working hard to restock. In the meantime, you can place a pre-order to have your chair ship out on December 20.
If it’s a holiday gift, please let us know, and we will provide you with a certificate that you can present the recipient while the chair is in transit.
Be the first to experience the future of sitting.
Sizing: In two sizes, Short (17-21 inches) for shorter folks and Tall (20-27 inches), for average and tall folks.
Fabric (Gray): Corporate and understated, our upholstered Ariel fits easily into any office decor. But while it may seem undistinguished, beneath the seat is a radical sitting technology hiding in plain sight. Hand stitched and with a thin layer of foam on the underside for breathability, we pay attention to detail.
Polyethylene (Black): This nearly indestructible surface is ideal for demanding environments, such as industrial assembly lines. The surface is also impervious, so it can be easily washed and even disinfected, an important characteristic in environments where contamination by blood (operating rooms, tattoo operations) or bodily fluids (dental offices) can occur.
Performance Leather (Red): If you want to make a statement, here’s how. Elegant, buttery soft to the touch but nearly indestructible, our performance leather is stronger and far more durable than animal hide. And, unlike traditional leather, performance leather requires no upkeep. (Maybe this is why Mercedes uses performance leather in their cars?)
Chair feet are also included when you purchase wheels. We recommend starting with chair feet and then graduating to wheels when you are ready. If your chair has wheels, warn any friends that are new to active sitting that they are in for a different experience of sitting if they try out your QOR360 chair.
Easy! Watch this video.
Deciding the correct height of your QOR360 chair is very important to maintain proper posture when sitting. Most chairs are too low, your knees should be lower than your hips when sitting to maintain an open hip angle and your lower lumbar curve. To find the correct height chair, stand in whatever shoes you will be wearing when sitting, and measure from the ground to the top of your patella (knee cap). This measurement is the height of your chair.