The Pro 6 swivel chair by Flötotto is the further development of a school chair, Konstantin Grcic designed an office solution that would also convince in private areas thanks to ergonomics and flexibility.
The Pro 6 swivel chair is especially suitable for the office and working day. The Pro series has initially been designed for schools by Konstantin Grcic. Convinced by the concept, the designer and Flötotto developed a whole collection which would also be suitable for object and private areas. The Pro 6 swivel chair is one of these further developments.
Ergonomic and flexible
With its swivel and rotary foot, this Pro 6 chair is especially suitable for offices and home offices. With its slim backrest and the round seat, it furthermore ensures wide moving liberty. The backrest adapts flexibly to the back and means a great support by its daily use.
Since the backrest moves with every changed seating position, the spinal column is supported and the musculature reinforced. Thanks to the slim forms of the Flötotto Pro 6 swivel chair, this one is also wonderfully suitable to sit on it the wrong way. Pro doesn’t ask for a determinate way of sitting, but it allows different sitting positions – all way round – 360°.
All of the swivel chairs of the Flötotto Pro series are optionally also available with an upholstered cushion and with armrests. The cushion however can’t be ordered afterwards because of the special drilling. The height adjustment responsible gas pressure spring is available in a black or a chrome plated edition. Also the different casters are available with a chrome plated or black plastic cap in soft (for hard grounds) and hard (for soft grounds) editions.
We will gladly advise you for individual configurations of your Pro chair.
- Pro 4: Seat height: 365 - 475 mm, body size: 133 - 188 cm, age group: 8 - 12 years
- Pro 5: Seat height: 420 - 550 mm, body size: 146 - 207 cm, age group: 10 - 14 years
- Pro 6: Seat height: 420 - 550 mm, body size: 146 - 207 cm, age group: 10 - 99 years
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