Learn more about how we created SitFlow and the design behind it.
Our story and how SitFlow was designed into the product thousands enjoy around the world.
Nelson is an industrial designer who has helped over 50 different businesses define iconic brands through the design of their products.
Some of his previous clients include BMW Designworks, Samsung, Altec Lansing, Cobra PUMA Golf, and Carefusion.
Patented Discs help increase blood circulation.
Non-slip pads for added comfort.
Durable military-grade construction.
John Godoy wanted to come up with something that would ‘take the guilt out of sitting’ while watching TV or working at a desk.
The SitFlow started off life as the Eterna Chair. A device that offered a way to work out with natural micro-movements.
The Active Footrest became the biggest attraction as it offered users a way to work out from virtually anywhere.
The footrest went through several iterations in order to become sleeker and more efficient.
And then John Harada had an epiphany and decided to try and hang the device. From this point onward the team pursued suspension-based designs. Soon the SitFlow we know today started to take shape.
The device went through several more design iterations. The team experimented with many different suspension designs, as well as improvements to the SitFlow itself.
After 5 long years, countless prototypes, and endless testing, SitFlow was unveiled on IndieGogo on April 11th, 2016.
Subscribe to our newsletter and always be the first to hear what's happening.
© 2019 SitFlow.
Active Ideas, LLC.