Ergonomic designed workstation promotes good correct sitting posture and also enhancing blood circulation, which lead to better concentration. It provide best support to our spinal and muscular system. Incorrect sitting posture can cause heavy stress level to the back muscles, spinal , neck , arms, and legs. Therefore Children should enjoy furniture specifically designed for their needs that allow them to cultivate a optimal sitting posture.
|Height CM / Age||Desk Height CM / Age||Seat Height CM / Age|
|162 CM & Above||71 & above||47|
|154 - 161 CM (15-16 Years Old)||67 ~ 70||45|
|145 - 153 CM (13-14 Years Old)||63 ~ 66||43|
|137 - 144 CM (11-12 Years Old)||59 ~ 62||40|
|128 - 136 CM (9-10 Years Old)||56 ~ 58||37|
|116 - 127 CM (7-8 Years Old)||54 ~ 55||35|
|100 - 115 CM (3-6 Years Old)||53||30|
The tilting angle of the desk should be under the suggestion of academic experts. The angle of over 6 is best suited for reading and can help the user's upper part of the body adapt to the backrest.
Please be careful when the angle of the desk si too large. The distance between the eyes and the book should be 30cm. It is to prevent the eyes getting too close to the book.
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