• Antonio Citterio T-Chair
  • Antonio Citterio T-Chair
  • Antonio Citterio T-Chair
  • Antonio Citterio T-Chair
  • Antonio Citterio T-Chair
T-Chair is a young office chair that brings a breathe of fresh air to various different settings. It combines ergonomic qualities and perfect technology to form one clear shape.

T-Chair can be adjusted perfectly to suit the your individual needs. The patented synchronized mechanism moves and supports your body in any position you choose. You can sit freely without leaning against the backrest - the front edge of the seat sinks slightly to ensure you are still supported and the your spine automatically straightens.

The molded foam upholstery offers you prime comfort and adapts carefully to your body's contours for exact support. Optionally, seat-depth and backrest height can be adjusted. The height, breadth and angle of the armsupports can be individually adjusted for precise support of your lower arms which is especially important when working at a PC.

Technical description
Office swivel chair conforming to EN 1335. Flexible polypropylene backrest. Back and seat upholstery made of CFC-free polyurethane foam.

Upholstery covers in Torso (95 % polyester, 5 % elasthan) fabric. Seat and backrest covers can be removable and washed. With or without universal armrests or armsupports (height, breadth and depth can be adjusted).

Five-star base comes in four versions: plastic base (flat), plastic base (ascending) basic dark, polished or chrome-plated die-cast aluminium. Hard castors for carpeting; as an option with soft castors for hard floors. Also available as a version with adjustable seat depth and backrest height.

The T-Chair has been awarded the "Ergonomics approved" seal by LGA Nuremberg.

Like any T-shirt, the fabric coverings can be removed and washed. Moreover, you can choose from a vast range of colours and between different versions.

T-Chair comes in many different variants: with or without ring-shaped armrests, with armsupports or universal armrests and with four different bases.

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