Four or five star swivel base of Ø16mm powder coated orchromium plated steel tubing. 4-star base includes glides and 5-star base includes castors. Castors always in chrome. Armrestof powder coated or chromium plated flat iron. Seat with frameof glass-fibre reinforced polyurethane. Inside of seat shell iscovered with high resilent polyurethane foam. Upholstery: Fabric/Leather Option: Leather arm covers Memory return (only in combination with glides) Weight: 5-star chair/armchair: 13.6/15.0 kg

With its thin, extra high back, thislatest version, called Comet X, offers even more comfort and character. Comet X was launchedfor the first time at Orgatec in Cologne 2014. Form and function are important key words. As the rest of the family members, Comet X has the hidden cushion inthe lower back, creating and extra-ordinary support. Its high back has an extra angle in the upper section, givingextra comfort. The slim silhouette and the classic, yet modern shape give Comet X a strong architectural expression.Comet X offers elegance and power to the conferences and meeting rooms of today. ”I have always liked high, slim shapes, and in Comet X, I have had the possibility to develop a product with its ownexpression, and with focus on comfort”, says the designer, Gunilla Allard. Comet X has the same distinct shape as the rest of the Comet members, where the seat and the back are softly shapedinto a harmonious whole, and where the details in the upholstery finish off the seat in an exquisite way. Sincethe launch in 2010, the product family Comet has been further expanded with a number of very successful variants. Comet X constitutes yet a complement and makes it possible to use Comet in environments with wide range of needsand requirements, from the quick, active, meeting to elegant meeting room for the daylong conference. Comet X comes with or without armrest, in fabric or leather. The swivel base comes in two versions, 4-feet with glides and 5-feet on wheels.


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