Lorell Big & Tall Oversized Stacking Chairs

21" x 25" x 35.5" - 500 lb Weight Capacity - Fabric/Steel - Navy/Black - 2/ Carton
Product Number: LLR59598
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Product Description

Lorell Big & Tall Oversized Stacking Chairs - Oversized stack chairs are weight-tested to hold 500 lb. to accommodate all visitors or participants. Seat has a 3-1/2 thick cushion for comfort. Both seat and back are fabric-upholstered. Seat measures 21" wide x 15" deep while back size is 20-1/2" wide x 19-1/2" high. Durable, 18-gauge steel frame with four-leg base is powder-coated in black for durability. Armless chairs stack five high.

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Product Specifications

  • Additional Warranty Information
    No Warranty
  • Adjustment
    No Adjustments
  • Assembly Required
    No
  • Base Style
    Four Legs
  • Brand Name
    Lorell
  • Country of Origin
    United States
  • Depth
    25"
  • Dimensions
    35 1/2 in. X 21 in. X 25 in.
  • Features
    Comfortable Durable Upholstered Back
  • Frame Material
    Steel
  • Height
    35.5"
  • Limited Warranty
    Limited 5-Year Warranty
  • Manufacturer
    SPARCO PRODUCTS
  • Manufacturer Part Number
    59598
  • Maximum Load Capacity
    500 lb
  • Number of Legs
    4
  • Packaging
    2
  • Portability
    Stackable
  • Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent
    0 %
  • Post-consumer-waste%
    30%
  • Product Name
    Big and Tall Oversized Stack Chair
  • Product Type
    Chair
  • Recycled
    Yes
  • Recycled Content
    30%
  • Refurbished
    N
  • Seat Depth
    15"
  • Seat Material
    Fabric
  • Seat Thickness
    3.50"
  • Seat Width
    21"
  • Total Recycled Content Percent
    0 %
  • Type
    Stackable Chair
  • Width
    21"
  • Safety Warning
    WARNING: This product contains DEHP, a phthalate chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects and other reproductive harm, and TDCPP, a flame retardant chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.

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