Ergo Body Balance Office Chair Automatic Body Weight Tension Control
£ 268 .50
The Ergo body balance office chair provides full ergonomic support throughout the user's body and is physiotherapist approved. Designed for a larger user.
The fully upholstered deeply padded Tri-curved posture backrest with its spinal shape contours to the user's body shape. The backrest is ratchet height adjustable and is fitted with inflatable lumber support that can be adjusted to suit the user.
The generous-sized double-curved seat with moulded foam gives a comfortable seating experience with its dished seat and waterfall front allowing softer support to the underside of the knees.
The seat is fitted with the new ergonomic body balance synchro mechanism with auto weight tension control that allows the user to work in a free float mode or lock off in one of four positions. On top of this, the seat slide will allow for the seat depth to be adjusted up to 50mm to increase the depth of the seat for the user with longer legs.
Available in an extensive range of different standard upholstery options as well as being able to manufacture in bespoke fabrics to match corporate colours or personal taste.
This product is UK manufactured and has a 5-year guarantee, Suits Larger Users
- Ergonomic body balance mechanism
- Synchronised seat and back angle adjustment
- Seat slide adjustment
- Seat and back height adjustment
- Ratchet height backrest adjustment
- Inflatable Lumbar Support
- Height & Depth Adjustable Arms
- Seat Width: 50 cm
- Seat Depth: 45-55 cm
- Seat Height: 48-57 cm
- Back Height: 53-60 cm
- Back Width: 50 cm
- Overall Width Including Arms: 68cm
- Base Width: 69cm
- Floor to top of arm seat height lowered and arm lowered 650mm
- Floor to top of arm seat height fully raised and arm fully raised 850mm
Delivery times are 3-10 working days as these chairs are made to order and you will receive an email with tracking details for delivery. This product will arrive flat-packed unless pre-assembled has been chosen.
Reviewed Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Reviewed Wednesday, March 3, 2021