Advanta’s Aveya executive chair will have you sitting pretty – and comfortably
If you’re sitting down for extended periods you really need to choose the right chair to provide the best support and comfort no matter what you’re doing. And that’s exactly what you get with the Aveya from Advanta.
This versatile chair, which Tech Guide has been using for the past few weeks, has an adaptive mesh backrest so you can adjust the level of lumbar support.
And it doesn’t just sit still, the on-board synchro mechanism actually reacts to your movements to provide consistent support.
Customers have the choice of having the seat section covered in fabric (which is what we have), leather or vinyl.
The mesh back rest provides great ventilation so you’re always keeping cool while still staying comfortable.
You also have the option of adjusting the depth of the seat, in other words, how far you want to sit into the chair and how much support you require under your thighs.
It’s one of those adjustments which you can only pick what suits you when you try it.
The armrests are also adjustable in multiple directions.
You can move them forward, slide them back when you are reclining the chair and even move them in or out.
You can also order the chair with no armrests or with fixed armrests.
Naturally, it has a pneumatic seat height adjustment and a lockable multi-tilt setting.
Users also have the option of choosing a polished aluminium base for the five wheels or a sturdy plastic base.
It is also ANSI/BIFMA X5.1 certified which means the chair has passed numerous tests for safety, durability and structural integrity.
We used the Aveya at our desk in the Tech Guide office but they’re suitable for meeting rooms, executives and for any task that requires you to be seated comfortably and ergonomically for any length of time.
Aveya can handle up to 140kg of weight and also comes with a 10-year warranty.
Pricing for the Aveya starts from $450 depending on the options, colours and material you choose.