The gently curved lines accentuated by sewn details are kind to your body and pleasant to look at. Also, there’s a tilt and height-adjusting mechanism that’s built to outlast years of ups and downs.
You can lean back with perfect balance, as the tilt tension mechanism is easy to adjust with an Allen key to suit your weight and movements.Your back gets support and extra relief from the built-in lumbar support.You easily find a comfortable seating posture thanks to the adjustable height and generous cold-foam seat.10 year guarantee. Read about the terms in the guarantee brochure.Do not remove the cover to clean – use upholstery foam.This chair has been tested for office and public use and meets the requirements for safety, durability and stability set forth in the following standards: EN 1022, EN 16139 and ANSI/BIFMA x5.1.Designer
Seat shell with high backVacuum clean.Wipe clean with a cloth dampened in water.
Starbase with 4 legsWipe clean with a cloth dampened in water.
Seat shell with high backThis product is dope-dyed, a dying technique for synthetic fibres, which reduces consumption of water and dyestuff while improving colour fastness compared to traditional dyeing techniques.By using recycled polyester from sources like PET bottles in this product, we consume less new raw materials and lower our environmental impact while existing materials get new life.We want to have a positive impact on the planet. That is why by 2030, we want all materials in our products to be recycled or renewable, and sourced in responsible ways.
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LÅNGFJÄLLSeat shell with high backArticle no:103.324.38
“The clean, slightly curved lines of LÅNGFJÄLL swivel chair are inspired by the human body, and accentuated by sewn details. Our goal was to design a work chair that would fit into both office and living room – maybe even around the dining table. An ergonomic chair that’s as good to sit on as it is to look at, whether you’re working long hours or savouring a delicious dinner. We also made it easy to adjust and hid the mechanisms underneath the seat, all in the name of design.”