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30-Day Guarantee (United States)

The only way to fully experience the performance of our product is to try them at your home/ office. With our 30-day guarantee, you can order LeanRite Elite, work with it and if you don't love it, we will take it back and give you a refund.

Within the first 30 days from the actual delivered date at your address, you are eligible to return our product if you don’t like it for any reason. You must return the product in its original packaging. Please do not discard the original boxes and packaging materials if you believe you may be using the 30-day guarantee. Please see our Return Policy for additional details. 


Products must be returned within the 30-day guarantee period and must be in like-new condition.

Ergo Impact, LLC Limited Lifetime Warranty

Warranty for: LeanRite Elite

Ergo Impact offers a limited lifetime warranty to customers who register their products in our product database.

The warranty is limited and covers only manufacturing defects and does not cover misuse, normal wear and tear.


Registration gives the right to the following warranty:

Warranty Information by Product

LeanRite ™Lifetime Warranty with the Following Exemptions:

3 Year Warranty: replaceable seat cushion and anti-fatigue mat​.

This requires a successfully completed registration of the product in our Extended Warranty database, and that the original warranty confirmation is submitted together with the original receipt as proof of purchase from the retail operations of Ergo Impact or from an official re-seller. Once registration is completed, proof of warranty will be sent to you via email.

Ergo Impact Claims and Extended Warranty – Terms and Conditions

Ergo Impact will handle all claims to its products according to current consumer laws, which can vary from country to country. Basically, Ergo Impact does not offer additional rights over and above the current customer laws.

Ergo Impact – Chicago, offers a warranty to customers who register their products in our Warranty Database. This can be done by accessing our website https://ergoimpact.com/pages/warranty-registration-form. Once registered, a proof of warranty will be issued and sent by email. Registration gives the right to the following warranty:

Ergo Impact LLC warrants that Ergo Impact™ brand products are free from defects in materials and workmanship for the life of the product, except as set forth below.

This warranty is valid from the date of delivery and covers the original purchaser only. This warranty is not transferable unless the purchase was made by an authorized Ergo Impact dealer or re-seller. Products purchased from non-authorized dealers or resold via 3rd party transactions may not be warranted.

For the warranty to be valid, you must:

  1. Have your original proof of purchase (e.g. receipt or purchase order)

  2. Have purchased your product from Ergo Impact or one of our trusted partners

Additionally, there are few cases in which the warranty does not apply:

  • Normal wear and tear

  • Abuse, misuse, or accident (such as wearing high heels which may puncture the mat).

  • Damage due to improper installation

  • The substitution of any unauthorized non-Ergo Impact components for use in the place of Ergo Impact components

  • Damage caused by a carrier or due to transport

  • Any damage due to service, maintenance, modifications or tampering by anyone other than an authorized Ergo Impact representative

If your product fails under warranted ordinary use, we will make it right in one of 3 ways at our option:

  • Repairing the affected component or product at no charge

  • Replace the affected component or product at no charge

  • Refund the purchase price for the product (if replacement or repair isn’t a viable option)

Need to make a warranty claim? Contact us directly either by email at info@ergoimpact.com or by phone, 872-221-0420, Monday through Friday, 9am to 5pm CST.


*General Disclaimer:

Ergo Impact LLC shall not be held liable for any medical, health, or wellness claims made by customer testimonials or other third-party informational sources. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, and we assume no responsibility for the improper use of these products. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute for or alternative to information from health care practitioners. Please consult your healthcare professional when preparing a treatment plan for any and all diseases or ailments. The information on our website is intended to provide general information regarding our products and is not to be construed as medical or health advice or instruction.

Most people are pleasantly surprised how straightforward it is. Check out our Assembly video on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XYL-l72m3DA

LeanRite usability testers ranging in height from under 5'0" to 6'5" tall reported that they were able to comfortably use our standing desk chair. The recommended weight tolerance for sitting is 270 pounds.

People of shorter stature may benefit from adding a foam footrest when in the fully seated position. We recommend a specific non-slip model that we now offer in our online store.

Click here for a more detailed overview of the LeanRite standing desk chair's specifications.

Research shows that seat-backs are unnecessary and may even be harmful to our back muscles. Seat-backs are modern "conveniences" that force our anatomy into unnatural positions while purporting to correct flaws intrinsic to our bodies. The biggest benefit of not having a seat-back is a user's ability to sit a little higher than usual, which increases our hip angles. A more open hip angle activates core muscles and helps us keep more of a natural curve in our spine.

We're all designed a bit differently, so start out in a position that's comfortable for you and vary the setting throughout the day. You should be able to easily move the seat position from leaning, to perching, to sitting, and also move your knees and feet often. Through regular movement you will maintain the healthiest muscle structure and burn more calories. See our user manual, and our YouTube Video for examples of potential positions and corresponding healthy postures.

Nope! The LeanRite is stabilized by your own bodyweight. The base dimensions are designed so the center of gravity keeps the LeanRite stable. When operated as recommended in our usage guide, it is nearly impossible to tip over. Keeping two feet on the LeanRite is suggested.

The base is 18 inches (just under 46 cm) at its widest and 30 inches (just over 76 cm) at its longest. Click here for a more detailed overview of the LeanRite's specifications. For reference, a typical office chair's width takes up 24 to 26 inches of floor space.

If you're in Chicago, drop us a note to schedule a visit. You can put the LeanRite to the test in our office at the mHUB product innovation space. Stay tuned for updates regarding stores and showrooms where you can check out our products.

Some people may find it difficult to lower at first especially if it's fully extended in the uppermost position. Try this: stand on the platform, facing the seat. Lean your elbows into the seat pan while applying a bit of downward force and depress the foot pedal while pushing down. Once the seat is in motion, you can also use the hand lever to assist in lowering it. It becomes second nature quickly.

Listen to your body and take a break. The LeanRite helps you move throughout the day, so you can go from standing to sitting to leaning. If you’re just getting started with the LeanRite, try to stand a bit more each day. Remember, the goal isn’t to go from sitting all day to standing all day. Instead, strive to vary your position and keep moving throughout the day.

There are two ways to move the LeanRite. When behind it, put your foot on the back and tilt the seat backwards to roll it like a dolly. There is another way which is to straddle the base once the seat is in the lower position, keep your feet on the floor and reach between your legs and lift, then pull the seat forward. This should raise the front tip of the LeanRite and it will roll smoothly when on a hard surface or carpet. When you want to stand again, just straddle the base and use your legs to push the seat backwards.

Some people like to use a foam footrest when sitting. A footrest can provide relief when standing as well. Here's an example of someone using it in the standing position. Check out our blog on the subject: https://ergoimpact.com/blogs/news/the-ergonomic-footrest-an-essential-accessory-to-any-desk-sitting-standing-or-height-adjustable

Users should check the scews on the post every so often (4-6 mos) to ensure they are still at factory-set tightness. Contact us with any questions. info@ergoimpact.com