Ergonomic Stools

Sit or perch in a healthy, supportive posture 

A versatile, stylish complement to both traditional and standing desks, Fully’s ergonomic stools enable you to sit, lean, or perch in a healthy posture that supports your body’s natural ability to find balance. 

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  1. fully luna standing desk stool gray white base Luna Standing Desk Stool

    Luna Standing Desk Stool

    Easy leaning for more active working
    Starts at $211.65 $249.00
  2. Stand stretch move 15% saleStand stretch move 15% sale
  3. fully tic toc chair natural with cushion front view Tic Toc Chair

    Tic Toc Chair

    Move-without-thinking-about-it chair
    Starts at $212.50 $250.00
  4. Iloa - Chair - Natural Beech - Jet ILOA Saddle Chair

    ILOA Saddle Chair

    A saddle chair with more leg support
    Starts at $335.75 $395.00
  5. fully muvman sit stand stool by aeris gray microfiber with silver base Muvman Sit-Stand Stool by aeris

    Muvman Sit-Stand Stool by aeris

    360° of moving, leaning freedom
    Starts at $381.65 $449.00
  6. fully tic toc tyke red Tic Toc Tyke

    Tic Toc Tyke

    A chair to let the wiggles loose
    Starts at $126.65 $149.00

Frequently asked questions

What is an ergonomic office stool?

  • An ergonomic office stool is one that enables you to sit or perch in a healthy posture that supports the natural S-curve of your spine. They often don’t include arms or backs, instead helping you build core and leg muscles that allow you to support your own body as you sit.

Is a stool better for your back? Are stools better for posture?

  • Not all stools are created equal. Saddle stools and standing desk stools that allow you to drop your knees and open your hips are better for your back and encourage a natural, healthy posture.

How do you sit on an ergonomic stool?

  • How you sit on an ergonomic stool will vary based on the style of the stool. Saddle stools put your body into an ergonomic posture, while standing desk stools allow you to lean or perch on the edge of the stool to achieve that same healthy position. Regardless of style, you’ll want your feet flat on the floor or on a footring for the best support.