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Office chairs have been known to come in four wheel and five wheel options. As you may have asked yourself already, what's the difference between the two? Why bother adding an extra leg? What difference does it make? For those of you asking those questions, let's take a second to review why an office chair might have five wheels versus four and perhaps why you would want one over the other.
The first and probably most obvious answer is for improved balance. It comes down to plain physics - you're less likely to tip over an office chair with four wheels than an office chair with five.
Another reason why office chairs have five casters is to improve the strength of the chair. With five casters or wheels, you're less likely to have the chair break, too - so that's always a plus!
So that's it. Those are the two main reasons why an office chair would typically have five wheels versus four. If you're interested in checking out our selection of chairs, you can do so by visiting here.
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