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Freedom Headrest Ergonomic Chair

R1,851,500.00 .excl Tax. R2,129,225.00. inc Tax

  • Warranty

15 year 24/7 use guarantee on all structural moving parts
10 year warranty on gas lift mechanism
5 year warranty on upholstery and high wear parts (i.e. arm caps, castors)

  • Description

With innovative recline that provides constant support and a pivoting backrest that automatically adjusts to the needs of the spine, the Freedom chair is exceptionally comfortable and promotes movement throughout the day. Its refined and sculpted cushions were designed to mimic the body’s natural contours and decrease pressure point loads for premium comfort. Like all Humanscale chairs, the Freedom chair was designed to look and function like new after years of consistent use.

  • Articulating Headrest

The Freedom chair features a dynamic, articulating headrest to support the head and neck as the user reclines. It moves with the sitter, so they can change postures without making manual adjustments, and stay comfortable in any position.

  • Self-Adjusting Recline

Freedom eliminates the need for traditional recline mechanisms, which can be bulky and weigh up to 6.8 kilograms (15 pounds). Instead, it uses the sitter’s body weight and the laws of physics to automatically adjust its recline support.

  • Synchronous Armrests

Its body-friendly armrests move up and down together, staying with the sitter during recline for continuous comfort and support. Unlike other chair designs, Freedom’s armrests are attached to the back of the chair to ensure synchronous use.

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Freedom Headrest Ergonomic Chair

The Freedom chair, dubbed “the gold standard in workplace seating” by The New York Times, reinvents typical task chairs. Designer Niels Diffrient set out to create an office chair that adapts to the user automatically, allowing them to move freely from one stance to the next.

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