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High-quality density foam will keep the chair comfortable for many years to come.
3-year warranty. Read about the terms in the warranty brochure.
The chair gives your back a comfortable support that helps you sit ergonomically correct since the backrest can be adjusted in 5 different heights and has a built-in lumbar support.
The adjustable and lockable tilt function increases stability and control in different sitting positions.
You can adjust the height of the headrest and move it both forwards and backwards to enjoy support precisely where your head needs it during matches and breaks.
When you need a moment to relax, you can lean your head against either side of the headrest.
The height and horizontal angle of the armrests can be adjusted. They also follow your arm movements during the game by moving back and forth, which relieves strain on arms and shoulders.
You sit comfortably since the chair is adjustable in height.
The safety casters have a pressure-sensitive brake mechanism that keeps the chair in place when you stand up, and releases automatically when you sit down.
The casters are rubber coated to run smoothly on any type of floor.
|Weight Gross:||9,06 kg|
|Weight Net:||6,89 kg|
|Volume per package:||78,4 l|
|Weight Gross:||10,43 kg|
|Weight Net:||8,35 kg|
|Volume per package:||103,7 l|
Protect from direct sunlight to prevent drying out.
Wipe clean with a mild soapy solution.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
This chair has been tested for office use and meets the requirements for durability and stability set forth in the following standards: EN 1335 and ANSI/BIFMA x5.1.
"My goal with GRUPPSPEL gaming chair was that it should also blend into the home. That’s why I gave it a shape with clean lines, yet still a soft expression. Like two different characters – one for gaming in the evening and one for regular work at a desk during the day. It also has a number of smart functions that allow you to easily adjust the sitting position and sit really comfortably, no matter what you’re doing."