A steel frame height adjustable chair with adjustable armrests in horizontal and vertical planes which are also removable. Available in three sizes (Preschool, Primary and Adolescent). A range of options are available including headrest, lateral supports and shoulder harness.
Extra product information
The CAP Posture Chair is constructed using a powder-coated, welded-steel frame. The base and backrest of the Posture Chair are constructed using commercial-grade plywood and the cushion is upholstered in easy-to-clean, durable, high-quality vinyl.
The Posture Chair can accept a range of optional components and accessories including - headrest, pommel, harness, footplate, thoracic/lateral support, sliders and castor wheels
Height adjustment mechanism
The chair is height-adjustable and the telescopic legs can be moved using positively located pins and secured using finger-tightened setscrews to ensure stability
2 Year Home Warranty (1 Year Commercial Warranty)
- CAP Furniture - http://www.capfurniture.com.au
Refer to the supplier and manufacturer manual for maintenance instructions and safety warnings.
Models / Specifications
Model Preschool chair : seat width 300mm
- Height of Backrest 280 mm
- Height of Seat 200 mm - 300 mm
- Depth of Seat 270 mm
Model Primary Chair : seat width 350mm
- Depth of Seat 320 mm
- Height of Seat 300 mm - 450 mm
- Height of Backrest 320 mm
Model Adolescent Chair : seat width 425mm
- Height of Seat 350 mm - 550 mm
- Height of Backrest 380 mm
- Depth of Seat 370 mm
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