Hag Creed 6006 ergonomic chair fully upholstered with floating tilt without arms

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Product Description

Hag Creed 6006 Ergonomic chair with a high back, fully upholstered with arms. Hag Creed 6006 Ergonomic chair offers Balanced flowing tilt functions forwards and backwards. 150mm gas lift as standard with options of Silver or Black metal base. There is a 4 in 1 adjustment with tilt tension in 1 adjustable wheel and lockable in 3 positions. . The adjustments are seat depth, back height and forward and backward

10 year warranty excluding normal wear and tear and lifetime warranty on gas lift.

Options. Without arms, Adjustable armrests with Black leather tops, 200 & 265 gas lift, 3D armrest, Swingback arms, alternative fabrics and polished aluminium  base (Please call our sales office for option prices and discounts available)


Seat Height  150mm lift 400-510mm

Seat depth 400-420mm, Seat width 455mm


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