Humanscale Diffrient World Office Chair

Humanscale Diffrient World Office Chair
Posted: 5 months ago ( 2 comments )

The Diffrient World Office Chair is Humanscale's first all-mesh office chair.

Designed by Niels Diffrient, The Diffrient World office chair's tri-panel backrest hugs the body to provide tailor made lumbar support, whilst its mesh seat eliminates contact stress under the thighs.

The major innovation is tje chairs mechanism-free recline action, which uses two parts of the chair's frame and the laws of physics to provide automatic, balanced support throughout the full range of recline. When designing the chair Niel's aim was to design an office chair that is simple to use, with functionality that is often transparent to the person sitting on the office chair, thus creating the ultimate sitting experience.

This special edition in white features an all white frame and base, white pinstripe mesh on the seat and back for a sleek modern design.

The textiles used in this chair have been extensibly tested to ensure that they will still be looking good in 10 years time, and the paintwork features a special paintwork to prevent chipping and scratching.

Zoe Andrews 5 months ago

I work from home so spend a lot of time sitting at my desk. This chair is the most comfortable I have had. It is very supportive of the back, yet moves with you. You can stretch yourself out almost horizontal if you want to, which is great for keeping the body flexible. You can adjust the height of the seat, the depth of the seat, and the height of the arms. It also looks great - very stylish and modern. I am delighted with it.

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Steve Simmons 5 months ago

This really is the most comfortable office chair that I have ever sat on, i tried the Humanscale chair in a colleagues office, and had to get one for myself. Looks great and feels great when you are sitting on it. I was unaware of the things Humanscale produced until I got this office chair, there website is well worth a look they make some pretty cool stuff.

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