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Tall Rolling Office Chair

By Herman MIller

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  • Model: Equa2 Stool
  • Blue leather upholstery and a black plastic and metal frame.
  • No armrests preinstalled, but it looks as if there are slots for them to be added underneath the seat.
  • The backrest and seat are upholstered with blue fabric, and both are slightly curved for added support and comfort.
  • There is also an adjustable footrest attached to the base above the casters.
  • This stool is adjustable at 3 points:
    • The seat moves up and down, the backrest locks and unlocks to tilt back, and the spring tension can be adjusted. 
  • This stool is taller than a normal office chair! Please take note of its height in the dimensions.
  • Dimensions:20"W x 19"D x 44"-49" H max. (from the backrest). 
    • Weight: 40 lbs.
  • Cosmetic condition: good. The frame and the springs under the seat are dusty, in need of cleaning. There are no missing or broken plastic pieces, and the frame is in good shape. No rust, warping, or denting. The cushions are in good shape as well no breakdown of the molding. The main cosmetic defect is that the blue color of the fabric is slightly faded and discolored. 
  • Functionality: caster rolls well, and the stool is sturdy and stable. All adjustable functions work as designed.
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Q: What is the seat height in max and min positions? posted by: gdp 4/16/2021 2:26 PM