APOL Singapore

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Privately held company
Founded2018; 3 years ago
FounderJason Lin
ProductsErgonomic/Gaming chairs, Lumbar support pillow, Cleaners

APOL' known as (A Piece of Lifestyle) is a Singapore-based company selling ergonomic gaming/office chairs. They aim to offer chairs that are comfortable and of top quality but affordable at the same time. Chairs in APOL are designed to cater to different sitting postures and build.


The founder of APOL, Jason Lin, suffered from regular back pain and neck aching. He knew it was the time to fix this long-term misery of his. Having known each other since secondary school, Jason Lin, Toh Leong Chin and another associate jumped into the business together in 2018. After much research and testing of about 20 different prototypes, they managed to come up with the final product which they believed are built to suit everyone, from CBD office workers with lower back issues to students burning the midnight oil to prepare for exams. In 2018, the company launched the Classic series but the founders decided to remove it as they believed that the Classic series did not cater to people of different sizes. Hence, they decided to launch their Signature series named Sphinx, Kraken and Behemoth to better serve the different needs of people in November 2019.


APOL chairs are referred to as Ergonomic chairs rather than Gaming chairs. The chairs are meant to provide users with comfort even when sitting for prolonged hours. The company has a total of three models built according to users of different sizes. APOL’s chairs can be chosen in fabric or leather material. The features of the chairs include 4D Adjustable Armrest, Cloud Tech™ Foam, Full-length Backrest Recline, Signature Memory Foam Head and Lumbar pillow, Multi-Functional Tilt Mechanism, Class 4 Hydraulics, Aluminium Wheelbase, and Caster Wheels.


The company has partnered up with many well-known organizations that have reviewed the chairs. The organizations include:

  • Yahoo TV (July 2019)
  • AsiaOne (August 2019)
  • TechnoBabble (November 2019)
  • Arc of Life (November 2019)
  • DreamCore (December 2019)
  • Singapore Press Holdings (March 2020)
  • ChairsFx (April 2020)
  • 987FM (June 2020)
  • Techjio (August 2020)
  • Geek Culture (September 2020)
  • Kiss 92FM (October 2020)
  • A2K (October 2020)

APOL has also partnered up with companies including Grab_(company)|Grab, Singtel, Scoot, Popular Holdings, LionHeart Studio, Amazon_(company)|Amazon, East Asia Institute of Management, Equinix, and Basis.

The company continues to collaborate with many influencers in Singapore such as Yuqing(@b1gqing), Sonia Chew(@soniachew), Jerilyn Moon(@jerilynmoon), Charlie Goh(@charliegoh13), Jyan(@jyanyoga) and, Charlene Chew(@charshaobau), Chloe Chong(@chloehhh_x), Cheyenne Chong(@cheyenne.chong), Tyler(@tylerhikaiu), Hafiz Aziz(@hafizazizzz), Amos Ngeow(@amosngeow).

In 2021, APOL was also featured on Channel 8 during the 9pm drama, CTRL.

Exhibition presence

APOL has been involved in many exhibitions;

  • SITEX (2019)
  • PC Show (2019)
  • Popular Bookfest (2019)
  • IT Show (2019)
  • Virtual IT Show (2021)


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