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- Features Humanscale's tri-panel mesh backrest and weight-sensitive recline - the seat ergonomically adjusts itself to each user, without the need for manual adjustment.
- Adjustable armrests attached to the back of the chair for ultimate comfort and support when reclining.
- The lightweight design replaces the traditional back with low-abrasion, non-stretch mesh.
- 15-year guarantee on seating.
- 5-year guarantee the armrests and fabric.
- Recycled content: 20% pre-consumer, 2% post-consumer.
- Complies with BS 7176: 2007 for Medium Hazard
- 15 years
|Product Name||Humanscale Diffrient World Chair|
|Back Min. height (mm)||905 mm|
|Back Max. height (mm)||1029 mm|
|Seating width (mm)||495 mm|
|Seat Min. depth (mm)||400 mm|
|Seat Max. depth (mm)||469 mm|
|Seat Min. height (mm)||371 mm|
|Seat Max. height (mm)||495 mm|
|Adjustable seat mechanism||yes|
|Back width (mm)||470 mm|
|Max. weight supported (st)||23 st|
|Weight (kg)||14 kg|
|Seating time (h)||24 h|
|Selection home office||no|
|Customer warranty||15 years|
|Adjustable seat height||yes|
|Adjustable weight mechanism||yes|
|Permanent contact mechanism||yes|
|Adjustable lumber support (postair)||yes|
|Type of armrest adjustment||Height Adjustable|
Quick info guide
Contoured seat cushions with a waterfall edge designed for long-term comfort, to reduce pressure points and provide weight distribution.
Unique arm design attaches to the back frame to provide support throughout recline.
Additional backrest motion automatically adjusts to the changing needs of the spine.
Mechanism-free design automatically provides appropriate support and resistance for every user.
Frameless front edge eliminates contact stress behind the knee.
Innovative non-stretch mesh automatically adapts to the users natural contours providing custom lumbar support and eliminating the need for manual adjustments.
designed by Niels Diffrient
"My goal is always to design chairs that are so simple to use that the functionality is often invisible to the user."
“If every chair was made the way the World Chair was, we would cut in half all the material used for task chairs.”
Niels Diffrient, Designer