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CH KH02 Sit Stand Rest
This sit stand stool, a perching stool, provides support to those who stand for long periods.
This support stool has a non-slip seat made of soft polyurethane in Black.
This product is no longer in stock
Availability date: 01/03/2013
Prices quoted are ex VAT
Seat height adjustment 530-780 mm
Basis of polyamide with glass fiber.
Comes with glides.
Colour : Black
|Great value perch|
|Eoin O. on 12/02/2017||Can't go wrong for the price. We've bought worse ones twice the price.|
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