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Humanscale's First Chair for Big and Tall Users is Now Available
Good news for big and tall users who also appreciate comfort and streamlined design: Humanscale, one of the top manufacturers of ergonomic furniture, has just released their first model for larger body types. With a wider seat, a thicker seat cushion, and a 400-pound weight capacity, the Humanscale Diffrient Smart Plus Chair is a great choice if you've been on the hunt for a chair comfortable enough for your body and stylish enough for your refined tastes.
The Smart Plus features the same tri-panel mesh backrest as the original Smart chair, providing all-day back support throughout your changing positions. It's also got the same self-locking mechanism, meaning you can effortlessly enjoy back tilt and recline without dealing with manual adjustments; the chair automatically senses your body weight and adjusts itself for recline tension. Arms are attached to the back of the frame rather than the sides, so they provide continuous support through all recline positions. The seat is 22" wide to comfortably fit larger bodies, and features a 3" thick cushion with waterfall edge to relieve pressure on the backs of your legs.
If sustainability is a concern, Humanscale has you covered there as well. They place a significant focus on environmental impact, and use recycled and recyclable materials in the production of all their furniture and accessories. Humanscale has received GREENGUARD, LEED, and SCS certifications for sustainability and safety.
Total comfort, ease of use, ecological responsibility - what more could you ask for? Give us a call if you need any help configuring the Smart Plus. We're always happy to help you out!
See all our big and tall seating at TheHumanSolution.com.
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