The mid back design gives you maximum lumbar support for comfort and convenience. The chair has soft padding and waterfall seat edge for less pressure on the back of your legs so you can stay comfortable even when you have to sit down for hours
18*18*42 (in cms) (LxWxH).
Recommended Weight & Height:
100 Kgs. | 5’8
Chair Cover Material:
Swivel & Tilt mechanism
Gas Lift Specification:
63mm (BIFMA Caster Wheels)
Adjustable Back Angle:
Meets BIFMA Standards:
12 months warranty
C109 Mesh Mid Back Office Chair
Encased with the strong breathable mesh that allows air, body heat, and water vapor to pass through the seat and backrest to keep you fresh, cool, and dry for long term usage so you can stay focused.
The backrest can be positioned at any angle from 90 to 120 degrees which gives you the possibility to choose the optimal position for gaming or relaxing. The chair can also be locked in a fixed position or can be unlocked to freely tilt back and forth in a rocking motion.
Certified for strength and durability according to BIFMA, our hydraulic provides maximum safety and gives easy height adjustment of the seat for optimal ergonomic support for both posture and back stress prevention.
Smooth and silent chair movement is backed by casters which is suitable for hard and soft surfaces. A wide wheelbase further adds to the stability of the chair with even greater freedom of movement.
The perfect blend of comfort and support. It distributes your weight evenly and helps relieve pressure during long hours of sitting.
Use assembly manual and assembly guide video while assembling the chair.
Adjust the round knob, if the chair is tilted.
Lean on chair with a proper posture to avoid backpain.
Sync the armrests with your desk height.
Do not recline above the recommended reclining degrees.
Do not put more than recommended weight.
While increasing the height, do not put weight on the chair.
Do not sit in a poor posture.
Do not recline too far while working.
Do not lean forward or slouch while working.
Do not use wrong size chair.
Setting the monitor too high or low.