Salli is perfect in the office
With regular ergonomic chairs you don't sit with a neutral pain relieving posture. With Salli you do - and you don't need a backrest! (just like when standing ;)
I want to thank you for my chair. I've had a hip problem for ages, affecting my work & daily life (retired now). Coincidence or miracle I'm not sure, but the pain has receded immensely since I replaced my nasty computer chair with the saddle seat. And when I do get a bit of the pain, it goes away sitting on the chair for a while. I wish I'd bought one years ago. Woo Hoo!!!
Fantastic to hear Deene, and you are welcome!
Definitely improves posture. Don’t think I’ll ever go back to a normal seat. Salli seat saddle - is a bit uncomfortable at first, but you get used to it after a while.
As good as a seat gets!
Go no further than Salli. Sitting can be joyful and empowering in a way that supports you, and has you poised to perform. This is as good as it gets!
Lachlan, we totally agree :) Thanks for the review!
Salli Light Review
Hi David, Thanks for your assistance with adding the Salli Pro to the Salli Light purchases. You might recall advising me that at near 100kg and male, the Light was going to be uncomfortable. The Pro is working well as an office chair although I continue to switch out with the traditional chair for longer working durations. A pre-set electric desk is a must for this activity. When I bought the Salli Light, the intention was to use it as a high work / welding bench chair. As the sitting periods are shorter and the activity is dynamic - scooting over to the toolbox or around to another side of the fabrication - I find the Light works really well. The in-line castors ride over floor debris and the neoprene seat is the better choice for the aggressive environment of the workshop. I recommend work bench fabricators consider the Light as a versatile positional chair. Both seats work well for their jobs. Recommend a comment on your website that the Light is likely to to be uncomforable for heavier people.