Delivery: Next Day
Width (MM): 470
Height (MM): 910
Depth (MM): 550
Weight: 13 KG
Assembles In: Under 15 Minutes
Assembly Difficulty: Easy
Max Weight Capacity: 115 KG
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TC Office | Lite Operators Chair
- Next day delivery
- Available in 3 colours as standard
- 5 year component guarantee
- A high back every day operators office chair with a 2 lever PCB mechanism giving seat height, back angle and back height adjustments
- Supplied with a black nylon 5 star base with castors
- Fixed loop or adjustable arms are available as optional extras
- Colours: Charcoal, Black and Royal blue
- Fabrics are tested to BS 7176 Medium Hazard, making them suitable for use in office, public places and government departments, educational establishments, hospitals and at home.
- Permanent Contact (PCB) Mechanism - the seat will go up and down, the back rest will go up and down and in and out, and you can fix the angle of the back rest or leave it free floating - i.e. in 'permanent contact' with your back.
- 2 Year manufacturer warranty
- Delivered flat pack for easy self assembly. This operators chair comes neatly packed in a box and can be easily self assembled with 5-10 minutes to build. Instructions are included within the box.
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