An innovative, simple yet strong stacking chair, with great comfort, the newly released Dexo MIND chair creates a functional solution for many areas. Ideally suited for the contract, hospitality and residential markets, MIND can be stacked to 10 high. Dimensions: 510mm wide x 460mm deep x 770mm high (450mm seat height) Delivery time: approx 10-12 […]
November 21st, 2008
An innovative, simple yet strong stacking chair, with great comfort, the newly released Dexo MIND chair creates a functional solution for many areas. Ideally suited for the contract, hospitality and residential markets, MIND can be stacked to 10 high.
Dimensions: 510mm wide x 460mm deep x 770mm high (450mm seat height)
Delivery time: approx 10-12 weeks
Applications: Hospitality, contract or residential.
Variations: 12 x different colours in either matt or polished plastic seat and back. Aluminium frame polished or lacquered in red, anthracite, black or metal grey.
Finish: Aluminium frame with ‘Acrilstir’ plastic seat and back
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