Contemporary chair TIP TONstackablesled baseergonomic

contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
contemporary chair
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Characteristics

Style
contemporary
Options
stackable, sled base, ergonomic, recyclable, 100% recyclable
Material
polypropylene
Location
outdoor
Color
white, gray, red, blue
Designer
by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby

Description

Tip Ton by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby is more than just an all-plastic chair with a distinctive contemporary design. Thanks to an alternative forward-tilt position, it also provides ergonomic seating. Tip Ton comes in a large range of colours. It can be stacked and is also 100 % recyclable. Material description Backrest, seat, base: polypropylene. Glides: polyethylene. Stacking: Tip Ton can be stacked up to 4 chairs high on the floor, up to 11 on a stacking trolley. A stacking trolley is separately available. Outdoor use: the colours earth grey, ice grey, glacier blue, basic dark and white are suitable for outdoor use. Note: special additives retard the fading of colours due to UV radiation. However, if the chair is exposed to sunlight for prolonged periods, the colour may change over time. We recommend limited exposure to sunlight.

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