Krost’s Future task chair was launched in 2008, in 2012 it is still their biggest seller, with sales continuing to rise we take a look at what makes this collection such a winner
September 3rd, 2012
When it comes to meetings, the Future is the office chair that more than meets your needs – this a range of chairs that serves to exceed expectations.
The task chair is a spectrum of seats that can attempt to offer so much, though many fall short.
Ergonomics, style, durability and flexibility are paramount in achieving a good and practical model. Future has proven within its first four years on the market to more than meet all the pre-requisites above.
Where the Future stands apart from its competitors is an attention to detail that is adhered to, cohesively, across design and manufacturing.
The chair includes Braille inscribed, easily accessible adjustment controls, it is available in black, blue or red mesh as well as with a leather or fabric upholstered seat and the family of chairs also extends to offer a sled-based visitor seat.
Where versatility and practicality are primary to a specifier – the Future goes beyond these and offers a workplace collection that is as attractive in appearance as it is in functionality.
Health and Safety concerns have become paramount in the workspace, with ergonomics a key factor for improved productivity, Future boasts an advanced synchronised mechanism that optimises seat to back angle as much for comfort as it is for improving posture.
The chair’s seat-slide adjustment and an infinite lock control allows for “any position” locking as well as height adjustable soft-touch armrests.
This is a chair that rises to meet your needs, not one requiring you to mould yourself to meet it half-way.
With over 15000 units already sold across Australia, Future is fast proving itself to be the first choice for the workplace.
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