In the retail set up, a cashier has to stand and perform the task. While serving the customer, the cashier is expected to stand as an indication of respect to customers. Persons with physical disability may not be able to stand for a long time. Suitable chairs which give an impression of standing can be used to overcome this challenge.
1. The height of a hydraulic chair can be increased to suit your requirement. When you sit on the chair you give an impression that you are standing, while at the same time ensuring that you can work comfortably, particularly if you are a person with disability.
2. This "high" chair can be employed for wheelchair users, those have a short stature, those who have short legs or have lost one or both their legs.
3. If the chair has a lever for height adjustment, you can down and easily adjust the height. By pressing the lever up, the height is increased. By pressing the lever down, the height is decreased. The dual advantages of the chair is confirmed in the ergonomic comfort that it offers.