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Petite Posture ergonomic office chair - black fabric

Viking Number Q2D-LPPOS-BK

Ergonomic seating for smaller women, designed to be anatomically correct.

The Petite Posture delivers all the advanced comfort of the latest posture chairs in a compact design that's anatomically correct for the slighter, smaller build

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£197.00
Each
(£236.40 incl. VAT)
Qty.
ex VAT
incl. VAT

1
£197.00
£236.40

2+
£177.00
£212.40


Description

Ergonomic seating for smaller women, designed to be anatomically correct.

Designed specifically for the lighter, smaller physique, the Petite Posture operator chair offers the best in ergonomic comfort and support for users up to 5'4" in height

Features a full array of technically-advanced yet easy-to-use adjustment to maximise comfort and support

Tapered, shaped backrest with integral moulded contours supports your lumbar region and spine pressure points

Double-curved seating pad improves pelvic support and encourages better seating posture, helping prevent associated muscle fatigues

Easy-to-use heavy-duty underseat controls allow the chair to move in harmony with natural body movements

Independent back and seat adjustment ensures your most comfortable working position, improved circulation and helps put an end to muscle fatigue

Height-adjustable armrests help reduce muscle strain on your upper arms and shoulders

High-quality, hard-wearing Xtreme Plus fabric upholstery for looks that last

Physiotherapist endorsed - This chair is endorsed by state registered physiotherapist Rosemary Quinn MCSP, RFG, MEM, MEM, IE, HF and ACPOHE

Three-year warranty

Seat height adjustment – Positions the seat height to the most comfortable level for you

Back angle adjustment - Adjusts to give extra support to the lower lumbar region

Seat angle adjustment - Adjusts the seat-pad angle independently of the backrest

Free floating back - Backrest can be set to freely move. Offers constant support and is ideal for computer users
Back height adjustment - Adjusts vertically, locking at various intervals
Tilt tension – Adjusts back and seat tilt-resistance to your preferred level
Lumbar support - Relieves strain on your lower back
Fire retardant 0,1 & 5 suitable for both business and domestic use
Delivered next working day
Self-assembly

Full Assembly Instructions Click Here

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Specifications

Viking Number LPPOS-BK 
Manufacturer #  
Colour black 
Adjustable Backrest Depth Yes 
Adjustable seat height Yes 
Armrest Height adjustable arms included 
Back height adjustment Yes 
Chair Type Ergonomic Chair 
Finish Fabric 
Fire Retardant Level 0,1 and 5 
Height Adjustable Armrest Yes 
Height Back Rest 400 mm 
Lumbar Support Yes 
Material Fabric 
Mechanism Synchro tilt 
Range Petite Posture Seating 
Seat angle adjustment No 
Seat Depth 440 mm 
Seat Depth Adjustment No 
Seat height adjustable Yes 
Seat Height Adjustment 490 mm - 600 mm 
Seat Width 470 mm 
Self-Assembly Yes 
synchro tilt Yes 
Tilt Tension Yes 
Unit Each 
Usage Intense 
Warranty Period 3 Year 
Width Backrest 500 mm 
Brand Energi 24 
EAN 5060175360182 
Petite Posture ergonomic office chair black fabric
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Reviews

Petite Posture Office Chair, Fabric Black reviews verified by Reevoo

Comfort
9.7
Design
9.7
Adjustability
9.3
Value for money
9.0
Overall rating
9.3
Scores 9.3 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
10 out of 10

Alison

GB
+
Very comfortable, I am 5ft 5 and found that it was perfect.
Reviewer left no comment
Confirmed purchase: 07 October 2013
Published on: 04 November 2013
8 out of 10

Tessa

Swansea GB
+
Smart and neat and space-efficient little chair
Expensive, and you're still left with your legs hanging and so need an additional step or footrest
Confirmed purchase: 29 September 2012
Published on: 06 November 2012
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