The HÅG H04 is a comfortable and timeless design and was created to suit all office environments. The HÅG H04 fits easily into any work environment and because the adjustment of the chair is extremely precise, it is easy to adjust the chair to your requirements from the back support to the footbase. The H04 […]
November 21st, 2008
The HÅG H04 is a comfortable and timeless design and was created to suit all office environments.
The HÅG H04 fits easily into any work environment and because the adjustment of the chair is extremely precise, it is easy to adjust the chair to your requirements from the back support to the footbase. The H04 also comes with optional headrest, armrests and base which make it easy to create a chair that suits your needs.
The H04 has a unique rocking mechanism which gives movement and variation to the user which makes it ideal not only for the office or waiting room but also for meetings. The H04 has the ability to tilt backwards (+3Ëš)
And the seat and back now have extra cushioning which means that that it is more comfortable than ever before.
The HÅG H04 is yet another design from Peter Opsvik which is both practical, functional and incorporates all aspects of the HÅG 4 leg principal. These four principals are visual Design, Dynamic Ergonomics, the Environment and Quality. Something HAG incorporates into all of their chairs.
The H04 also comes with a 10 year guarantee and has been 24/7 tested which makes it ideal for control room operators or anyone who sits down for long periods of time.
Delivery Time: Lead time 10 weeks
Applications: Suited to office environments either as waiting chairs or as a desk chair however the 24/7 rating means that it is also perfect for control rooms.
Variations: Arms and headrest are optional extras on the standard chair. There is also the communication chair which can have an optional ‘skid base’
Finish: Boss fabric
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