Loading... Please wait...

Mesh Back Task Chair City

  • Image 1
  • Image 2
  • Image 3
  • Image 4
  • Image 5
  • Image 6
  • Image 7
  • Image 8

Mesh Back Task Chair City

$452 inc. GST

Calculated at checkout



This chair mixes the ratchet back with square seat. The blend of old school foam based seat with more youthful feel of back support sets the chair apart. The tilt tension adjustment, the arms adjustable arm pads and the height adjusters, the heave range of available colors are all a part of this package.  This chairs are often seen in conference rooms, meetings etc. they are a good presence in any workspace.



- Synchronised seat and back tilt mechanism, lockable in 3 positions
- AFRDI approved to AS/NZS 4438:1997
- Seat depth adjustment
- Ratchet back height adjustment
- Tilt tension adjustment
- Height adjustable arms with depth adjustable arm pads
- Gas height adjuster
- Lumbar pad
- High density molded seat foam
- Reinforced nylon base
- Max weight: 120kg

Lead Time: 2 - 3 weeks 

Warranty: 10 Years

Find Similar Products by Category

Write Review

This product hasn't received any reviews yet. Be the first to review this product!

Beautiful, Healthy & Productive Workplace Solutions

We create beautiful workspaces that uplift the wellbeing & performance of people and business.

Through interaction and collaboration ideas are born. Our products & solutions encourage interaction and collaboration, allowing your employees to be more happy and productive.

Our furniture designs inspire your employees and help bring your Company's ideas to life by encouraging spontaneous meetings and discussions through bench-style and standing desks, social areas & open lounge seating.

When people feel better — they work better! Inspire and stimulate your employees by getting rid of cubicles and other barriers to interaction.

We offer furniture supply, install and office space planning & design services Australia wide, including: Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra, Perth & Hobart.

Need Help or a FAST Quote?