The Everyday Kore Chair - Vinyl Seat CushionWorkplace Fitness
14" Seat - Flexible Column Base - Vinyl Seat Cushion - Black - View Complete Details
Product Number: KOR530
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The Everyday Kore Chair - Vinyl Seat Cushion - The Kore Everyday Chair gently rounded ergonomic base allows you to move and flex without moving your seat. Exercises legs, back, and abdominal muscles. Relieves soreness and stiffness. The Kore Chair has been sold in the Museum of Modern Art Design Store and featured in the NY Times Personal Shopper Column Seat.
- Seat Diameter 14”
- Padded upholstered seat (vinyl look)
- Lever operated, non-rotating, pneumatic cylinder
- Base Diameter 15”
- Black powder-coated base, stamped steel with vinyl cover
- Stool height: 18” collapsed, 25” extended
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