The Brand Behind Our Favorite Posture-Correcting Office Chair Just Released a New Chair — And AT Readers Can Save $100
Ever since I began working from home at the beginning of the pandemic, I (like many of you) developed something called “pandemic posture” thanks to the amount of time I spent working from places like my couch and bed. So a couple of months back, in an effort to correct my posture (and put an end to the new back pain I was experiencing) I decided to curate a healthy at-home workspace. This included everything from a standing desk to help get me on my feet more to an under-the-desk elliptical to make sure I can always squeeze in a workout, even on busy days. However, I considered these pieces extras; I knew that the real difference would come in the office chair I chose. So I chose wisely and picked up the Backstrong C1 Office Chair from All 33. After falling head over heels for this chair, I continued to keep tabs on the brand and now, dear reader, I’ve got some exciting news to share: the brand just launched a new chair — and AT readers can save big.
Dubbed the Axion, this chair is actually an upgraded version of the previous Backstrong model. Like the Backstrong, this chair offers unparalleled lumbar support designed to keep all 33 of your vertebrae aligned, as well as the brands pivoting Sit in Motion technology to keep them moving as you sit. Where this chair improves upon the previous design is in its softer fit and cutting-edge curved seat cushion that’s made to take pressure off of your ischial tuberosity (aka the bones you sit on) giving you comfort you didn’t know you needed.
Alongside the announcement of the new chair, All33 also shared that they’ve officially moved all brand operations and manufacturing to the U.S. for a 100 percent American-made product that’s also green. The U.S.-based factory uses 40 percent less energy and All33 incorporates thoughtfully sourced materials, using recycled materials, resins, and textiles wherever possible, reducing environmental waste. What’s better than a purchase you can feel good about?
Available in either fabric or leather and in three color varieties (black, red, and beige) the Axion is normally priced at $1399 but is currently available for just $999. It’s an investment piece for sure, but now through July 31st, AT readers can save an extra $100 by using the promo code at AT100 at checkout. A solution to bad posture, healthier, pain-free sitting, and savings? We call that a win in our book.
Buy: Axion Fabric Chair, $999 (normally $1399)