Kinnarps offers each client a unique office environment which allows for ergonomically correct solutions, innovation and flexibility. The 9000 desk chair provides comfort at its highest and the 9000[cv] chair allows for soft seating with a deep-sprung seat and a sprung back. Dimensions: 9000 desk chair: Seat width: 445-490 mm, sitting height: 400-525 mm, seat […]
November 21st, 2008
Kinnarps offers each client a unique office environment which allows for ergonomically correct solutions, innovation and flexibility. The 9000 desk chair provides comfort at its highest and the 9000[cv] chair allows for soft seating with a deep-sprung seat and a sprung back.
Dimensions: 9000 desk chair: Seat width: 445-490 mm, sitting height: 400-525 mm, seat depth: 400-490 mm+ 435-530 mm
9000[cv] chairs: seat width: 490 mm, sitting height: 400 mm, seat depth: 450 mm
Delivery Time: 12 weeks
Variations: The 9000 desk chair comes in 9 different colours and variations, with different seats and backs to meet individual needs. The chair is also available with extra Sport and Advance options.
The comfortable 9000[cv] chair is available in several versions: four-legged, four-legged with castors, with cantilever legs or with cruciform base. All come with or without armrest.
Finish: Various fabrics, colours and combinations.
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