Teknik Lumbar Massage Chair
|Massage executive computer office chair||Supple faux leather|
|Mains operated||Massage function on ergonomic lumbar support|
|Soft padded armrests||Gun metal coloured arms and matching capped base|
|Reclining function with tilt tension||Requires easy self assembly|
The best budget vibrating chair on the market, the Teknik Lumbar Massage Chair now available.
Teknik have produced an electric massage recliner chair for use at work, at home or around the office. Now available for a budget-friendly price, the task chair has a variety of features. Benefiting its ergonomic support and comfort, the seat’s massage function is an asset which sets it apart from the competition.
A combination of padding and moveable interior parts, the vibrating motion is both relaxing and stimulating. Offering full control throughout the day, the chair is mains powered and comes with a remote control. Operate the intensity of vibration easily. Able to affect the head neck spine, the model is a great chair for lower back pain sufferers. A timer option is available, ranging from 15 to 30 minutes.
The black leather massage chair has a supple modern faux design with deep cushions. Its gun metal arm trim is matched to the base. The base remains stable throughout operation. UK electric massage chairs don’t all offer a tilt tension function alongside Teknik. Its uniform looks are suitable for the office and professional workplace, blending in with other executive chairs.
The Teknik Lumbar Massage Chair also includes standard office chair functionality. It has a gas lift seat height adjustment with a range of 10 centimetres. It requires easy self assembly and is suitable throughout a full 8 hour working day. Mobile and practical, this leather massaging chair from Teknik is the ideal healthy desk chair.
Teknik massage office seat available with next day delivery, free as standard. Add to basket and see checkout for further details or call on 0333 252 7072.
- Seat Height 45-50 cm
- Seat Depth 50 cm
- Seat Width 52 cm
- Back Height 62 cm
- Back Width 50 cm
- Overall Width 66 cm
Downloadable product information available.
|Back Height||620 mm|
|Back Tilt Lever||Yes|
|Back Width||500 mm|
|Daily Use||8 Hour|
|Seat Depth||500 mm|
|Seat Height||450-500 mm|
|Seat Width||520 mm|
|Weight Capacity||179 Kg|
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