5 essential tips to get the most out of your Killabee chair

5 essential tips to get the most out of your Killabee chair

So you're the proud owner of Killabee chair. You and your back are in a comfortable treat: Imagine hours and hours of gaming, working or binge-watching an entire season of your favorite TV series in one sitting, Feeling oh-so-relaxed on your Killabee chair without the need to get up.

But a Killabee chair is anything but a simple chair. There’s so much more it can do for you. Here are five of our top tips to help you get the most out it:

1.Adjust, adjust, adjust

We all know the feeling of losing track of time in the heat of an intense gaming battle or churning out those work reports. But research has shown that a fixed seating position over a prolonged period can lead to squeezing of the blood vessels in the muscles, Reducing the blood circulation and causing discomfort or stiffness in those parts of your body.

So if you're going to be seated for many hours, make use of your Killabee chair's suite of adjustable features. Fully utilized the 155-degree recline of your backrest and the tilt of your seat base every now and then to alter your seating position and Shift the pressure and weight of your body to other parts of your back. Not only will this improve blood circulation, but it also reduces the risk of fatigue and even injury.

Your Killabee armrests are also adjustable in three directions (up/down, left/right, forward/back) to ensure that your elbows and forearms are always properly supported, taking the strain off your neck and shoulder muscles as you type and click away.

2. Take a nap in it

Want a quick recharge but don’t want to get off your Killabee chair and shuffle over to your bed?

Pull that right lever on your Killabee chair and you’re able to recline almost fully back. Don’t worry about falling or toppling.

Not just that, Killlabee chairs are designed with optimal CG (center of gravity) in mind, equipped with a Class 4 hydraulic pistons and made with a heavy-duty metal base to keep your chair sturdy and firm in place as you catch that much- Need forty winks. True story.

P.S: We won’t tell your boss!

3. Use that lumbar support

Your Killabee chair is packed with proper lumbar support to support that natural inward curve of your lower spine. Our 8212 and 8233 chairs come with a memory-foam lumbar pillow meant to mold to the shape and curvature of your lower spine, while the 8204 series comes with an inbuilt, Massage lumbar cushion, Let your waist get a full rest.

After all, proper lower back support takes the stress off the muscles surrounding the spine that help keep its natural curve. If not, you could find your neck and upper back leaning forward to compensate, possibly resulting in slouching and posture problems over time.


4. Get used to proper support

Killabee chairs are made with our signature, high-density cold-cured foam that is specially engineered to provide well-placed pockets of air for cushioning and proper support of your back. It, however, is designed not to sink in or collapse under pressure.

You may initially feel unaccustomed to it, especially if you've been sitting on a chair made with soft-foam or lacking proper support, but once you get used to such proper support, you'll notice a difference in your comfort and fatigue levels After prolonged periods in your Killabee chair.


5. Care for it

Your Killabee chair is engineered and made with only top-quality materials so it will last you for years, even with prolonged usage. This means that your chair should be around to take care of you for a long, long time. However, even the toughest and most durable of materials will succumb to wear-and-tear if not properly used.

So make sure you take care of your Killabee chair’s PU leather upholstery, and it’ll look after your back while looking brand new even after years down the road.


Your Killabee chair is made to provide superior comfort and support. Make full use of its suite of adjustability and your time in it is about to get even more comfortable.


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  • Martin Li
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