Big & Tall office chairs are designed to accommodate larger and taller body types. This chair has been tested to hold a capacity of up to 400 lbs., offering a broader seat and back width. The high back extends to the upper back for greater lumbar support. This draft chair is essential for any profession where work surfaces are above standard height, such as lab technicians, architects, graphic artists, or any other creative assignment. They can also make a great chair for any job requiring employees to be at eye contact level with customers, such as receptionists or cashiers. The waterfall front seat edge removes pressure from the lower legs and improves circulation. Chair easily swivels 360 degrees to get the maximum use of your workspace without strain. A synchro tilt control allows the chair's back and seat to recline at different rates, increasing the angle between your torso and thighs. The pneumatic adjustment lever will allow you to easily adjust the seat to your desired height. The chrome foot ring can also be adjusted to your height preference. The adjustable armrests take the pressure off the shoulders and the neck, which minimizes the risk of pain. The heavy duty steel base is constructed to withstand daily use.
Color : Black
Material : Fabric, Foam, Mesh, Metal, Plastic
- Contemporary Big & Tall Draft Stool
- 400 lb. Weight Capacity
- High Back Design
- Flexible Mesh Material
- Adjustable Lumbar Support
- 2-to-1 Synchro Tilt Adjustment
- Padded Black Fabric Upholstered Seat
- 3'' Thick Foam Padded Seat
- 19.5'' Wide Seat
- CA117 Fire Retardant Foam
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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