A new soft mesh back chair with added lumbar support.
September 1st, 2010
Set to make a bold colour statement, the Headlines Chair combines advanced office chair technology with a choice of 6 easily interchangeable backrest colours.
Exclusive to Bevisco, Headlines is available in green, orange, white, black, blue and pink, guaranteed to brighten up and stimulate creativity in workspaces thanks to their vibrant mesh backs.
Seat depth and seat height adjustment means that the chair can be fully adapted to suit the user, while the arms are fully adjustable and swivel for greater comfort.
Combining practicality with elegance, all Headlines chairs come with a synchronised mechanism and lockable tilt position, all the while maintaining a beautifully proportioned slim-back profile.
The synchronised seat and backrest posture adjustment also boasts an easily accessible tension control.
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