Salli Multiadjuster Small Saddle Seat
Salli Multiadjuster Small Saddle Seat

Salli Multiadjuster Small Saddle Seat

Regular price $1,795.00 AUD Sale price$1,595.00 AUD
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Salli Small MultiAdjuster is liked especially by people with narrow pelvis. Also if you have tight muscles around the hips and/or relatively short legs the smaller seat might feel more comfortable for you to use. Recommended for those suffering from acute back pain.

People with broader pelvis usually feel more comfortable on the normal Salli MultiAdjuster seat, as it gives them more support. This is especially the case if their muscles are flexible.

Why tilt?
Tilt the chair slightly forward to get your pelvis in its neutral position which keeps your back in a natural healthy posture.

Tilt the chair slightly backwards to avoid excessive lordosis which is common among people with hypermobile joints.

Why width adjustment?
Adjustable according to your own preferences.

Why two-part seat?
The two-part saddle chair provides an unburdened, standing-like and active way to sit in balance. The angle and design of the seat makes the pelvis rotate neutrally forward and holds up the spine and upper body naturally without muscle effort. You sit in good posture and have good circulation all day because there is neither heat nor harmful pressure on the genital area, away from which you otherwise lean.

  • Ergonomically shaped, two-part seat, 6 cm narrower than in Salli MultiAdjuster
  • Seat width adjustment
  • Tilt adjustment
  • Leather, artificial leather, or fabric
  • Hand controlled height adjustment with gas spring
  • Ø 560 mm Salli Base with massage knobs, metallic or black. You can also choose a smaller base.
  • Maximum load 120 kg
  • Weight 11 kg
  • Warranty 10 years

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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 ;)