The ATLAS chair correctly supports posture thanks to its ergonomic design. The larger size and metal construction make it particularly comfortable and sturdy. It is certified for people weighing up to 160 kg.
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Seat height adjustment
For adjustment of the seat height, find the flaps on the handle A underneath the right side of the seat. While seated push the flap onwards to lower the seat height. To raise the seat, get up and repeat the above procedure.
Tilt adjustment of the backrest
There are five different positions for a seat - back reclination. To choose the desired position, find the crank B beneath the seat, at the right side. Turn clockwise once to unlock the backrest. Move your weight backwards; find a convenient position and then turn the crank B clockwise, once again, to lock in the desired position. Having unlocked the seat and the back, you can change the position using the pressure of your body.
Backrest tension adjustment
The hardness of the tilt of the seat and back can be adjusted depending on the user’s weight through the crank C which is located below the seat.
Adjustment of the armrest (4D)
The height of the armrests can be adjusted using the D button.
Pushing the D button and move the armrest up or down. When you find the desired height, release the button.
The armrests move widthwise through the lever E present at the bottom of the seat. Push lever E down to release the armrest. Move the armrest in and out until you find the desired position. Push lever E up to lock them again.
The surface of the armrests can be moved forward and backwards by pressing towards the desired direction. The armrest pads can be rotated right and left with automatic locking in the preferred position.
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