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If your pre-fall plan is to finally upgrade your home office sitch — or you're looking for dorm supplies before heading back to college — then you need to invest in a good chair. As you're scrolling through hundreds of options online, there's one important thing to keep in mind and that's lumbar support. You'll want to ensure that the chair helps support the natural S-curve of your back.
You've also definitely come across the All33 Backstrong chair in all of your research, right? It's the fancy one that offers optimal support, was featured on Shark Tank and is beloved by celebs like Justin Bieber. Well, there's an even bigger, better and newer All33 desk chair on the block: The Axion.
According to the brand, The Axion is its most-advanced chair yet. The new design has a curved shape that takes the pressure off your sit bones to help you move more freely after sitting for long periods. The goal is to align and support your back and your sit bones, so you can sit in a healthy position for long periods, i.e., while you work or study.
As you sit in the chair, it's designed to move as you move. This means it can help stimulate circulation after long periods of sitting and can also reduce neck and shoulder strain. The rocking bucket-type seat allows your pelvis and back to move more naturally than other chairs with a static back.
The Axion Vegan Leather, $999 (Orig. $1,399)
If you're wondering how the desk chair "moves with you," All33's Sit In Motion technology helps "cradle your lower back to relieve crucial pressure points throughout your spine and body," according to the chair's product description. Plus, the foldable arms allow you to move as close to your desk as necessary to cut down on eye strain and slouching.
After a successful pitch to the Sharks on ABC's Shark Tank back in 2021 — plus, a surprise endorsement from Justin Bieber — tens of thousands of customers are enjoying their All33 desk chairs.
The Biebs himself said it best: "If you've gotta sit, this is it."
— Shark Tank (@ABCSharkTank) January 8, 2021
You can also shop the fabric option below. Each All33 desk chair style comes in three different color options.
The Axion Fabric, $999 (Orig. $1,399)
Looking at the price (even if it is on sale!), you'll see it's definitely steep for an office chair. While some customers were initially skeptical, they were convinced once they tested out the chair. Shoppers say it's worth the investment if you need a good-quality chair for a makeshift work area at home.
"For the first time in years, I can feel my vertebrate move (while I'm sitting, no less), at times like I’m having a minor adjustment," one shopper wrote. "The real secret, I think, is that there is no chair — just air — where your tailbone is. That results in zero pressure."
The shopper further explained the benefits of the special bucket seat, citing that it's similar to "rocking pelvis exercises you might do while on your back." Plus, having the bucket seat essentially makes the chair slouch-proof.
"This is a serious chair with the added benefit of being able to rock your pelvis as you sit, so your lower spine doesn’t get stuck," the shopper continued. "The best news, I’m no longer stiff when I stand after hours of sitting. Certain pains have disappeared or have been minimized."
Still wary about the price? All33 offers a 60-day guarantee, so you can send the chair back for a full refund if you don't like it after trying it for yourself.
If you've been contemplating swapping out your office chair for months (no shade), the All33 desk chair might be a good option to explore. And if you want to see the chair in action, be sure to watch the full video above.
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