Polyurethane Ergonomic Draughtsman Chair - Manutan

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  A015703
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Polyurethane Ergonomic Draughtsman Chair - Manutan
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£ 132.50 excl VAT
£ 107.25 excl VAT
£ 128.70 incl. VAT
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Description

Fully adjustable polyurethane draughtsman chair.

  • Carry out your tasks comfortably on this high workshop seat.
  • Set the footrest height for maximum comfort sitting.
  • You can easily adjust the seat and back height.
  • All Manutan products are tested and approved by our teams.
High model delivered with pads
  • yes
  • yes
  • 10 years
  • yes

Product Information

Product Name Polyurethane Ergonomic Draughtsman Chair, Type of leg: Pads, Seating material: Polyurethane, Seat model: High
Brand Manutan
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Technical Specification

Seating depth (mm) 620 mm
Back width (mm) 410 mm
Width (mm) 620 mm
Height (mm) 1210 mm
Back height (mm) 310 mm
Seat model High
Base material Polyurethane
Seating material Polyurethane
Foot rest yes
Type of leg Pads
Seat Min. height (mm) 500 mm
Seat Max. height (mm) 800 mm
Colour Black
Back height adjustment yes
Adjustable seat height yes
GS_CTBA yes
Customer warranty 10 years
Max. weight supported (kg) 100 kg
Ergonomic yes

Quick info guide

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Back support height

The back support can easily be adjusted to maximise comfort

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Height adjustment

Seat height can be adjusted from 54cm to 73cm

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Designed for comfort

Ergonomic polyurethane seat for added comfort

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Footrest

Set the footrest height for maximum sitting comfort

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Stable and secure

High model is delivered with pads for safe and stable usage

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What customers are saying...

"Great product at a great price"

Helen

"Great chair, comfortable, sturdy. Good price."

Toby

"Just what we were looking for, obviously liked by everyone who uses them, as we have bought over 10 of the same item."

Trusted Customer

"Brilliant product and excellent value for money. Easy to assemble and very comfortable."

Trusted Customer


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