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RS To Go Deluxe Padded Steel Frame Folding Chair - PVC Black

Viking Number Q2H-1988910

Steel frame folding chair easy to transport and store

Compact multi-purpose fold-out chairs that are easy to transport and store.

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£74.99
Pack
(£89.99 incl. VAT)
Qty.
ex VAT
incl. VAT

1
£74.99
£89.99

2
£69.99
£83.99

3+
£64.99
£77.99


Description

Steel frame folding chair easy to transport and store

Dimensions: 770mm height, 370mm width, 400mm depth, 356mm seat height.

Durable metal frames and vinyl covers

Sold in packs of 4

1 year guarantee

Delivered Ready Assembled.
Ground floor delivery only.

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Specifications

Viking Number 1988910 
Manufacturer #  
Colour BLACK 
Adjustable Backrest Depth No 
Adjustable seat height No 
Armrest No arms 
Back height adjustment No 
Chair Type Visitor Chair 
Details Padded seat and back 
EAN 8717868029266 
Finish Vinyl 
Height Back Rest 380 mm 
Lumbar Support No 
Qty per Unit
Safety Castors No 
Seat angle adjustment No 
Seat Depth 400 mm 
Seat Depth Adjustment No 
Seat Height 425 mm 
Seat Width 400 mm 
Self-Assembly Yes 
Stackable Yes 
synchro tilt No 
Tilt Tension No 
Type of Feet Folding Frame 
Unit Box 
Usage Light 
Width Backrest 430 mm 
Brand RS to Go 
Colour BLACK 
RS To Go Deluxe Padded Steel Frame Folding Chair PVC Black
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Reviews

RS To Go Deluxe Padded Steel Frame Folding Chair - PVC Black reviews collected by Reevoo

Comfort
6.5
Design
7.5
Adjustability
6.0
Value for money
9.5
Overall rating
9.5
Scores 9.5 out of 10 based on 2 reviews
10 out of 10

John

Nottingham GB
+
excellent product, much better quality than expected at the price.
seat is small
Confirmed purchase: 28 May 2012
Published on: 13 September 2012
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