Century Office would like to announce the addition of two new task chairs to their ever-growing range of ergonomic chairs.
Influence and Grace boast extraordinary comfort as well as ergonomic support. They can be adjusted in a variety of ways to fit your work environment and your body posture in order for you to be at your most comfortable and therefore proactive.
Although very similar, the two chairs have their own distinguishing features. Influence may only be available as a task chair, but Grace can be specified as a task chair or with a cantilever frame – depending on your needs. The mesh backs and headrests can also be specified in white or black.
After all, we spend up to 8 hours a day seated in an office so it is essential that any chair you look for can support the body while offering flexibility. Century Office’s new ergonomic office chairs are the perfect addition to any workspace as they come with height-adjustable lumbar support, with or without headrests, and seat-depth adjustment. Adjustable active tension control, lockable back positions, and 3D height-adjustable gel arms pads provide the user with the ultimate flexibility to change their chair to suit a wide range of office environments.
These new chairs help to further cement the fact that Century Office are continuing to battle the bad backs of the office with high-quality and affordable ergonomic design.
Century Office are a leading UK office and contract furniture supplier, with over 40 years’ experience in the industry. They provide workplace solutions and offer a tailored approach for architects, interior designers & facility managers for small offices to large corporations as well as educational facilities.
Please visit the Century Office website at www.century-office.co.uk or telephone 08000 929301 for more information.
Century Office offers a complete service from survey and design through to supply and installation.
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