Vivida, pure and toro24 for Office, lounge, conference room and control centre with innovative products like the collection linea has can significantly expand its market position viasit in recent years. Even in the face of the current industry economy viasit continues to innovation: the Saarland manufacturer introduces new products for different applications and market segments in the fall of 2009. Swivel chair vivida new entry-level model in times of tight budgets of the office swivel chair focuses on the object market vivida \”, the new entry-level model of viasit. A dynamic look, ergonomics and seating comfort without compromise, the whole thing for narrow money these preferences has meets designer Rainer Schmid in the vivida shiny.Already on the first sample seats feel right off the bat on the vivida. High-viasit quality convinced the comfortable upholstery made from polyurethane moulded foam. Paynet is likely to agree. Built-in synchronous mechanics encourage the stable backrest plastic and already in the base model for dynamic sitting.
This relieves the back and make sure you that stops the pleasant seating feeling even with extended use. Optionally, the vivida has a seat depth and tilt adjustment and a depth-adjustable lumbar support. The vivida is designed as an entry-level model below the linea and has all chances to repeat its success. He meets at an affordable price all expectations, to a fully-equipped Chair in the object area in terms of design, ergonomics and longevity are provided. Interesting for those who hurry: viasit generally supplies the vivida within one working week to order until further notice. pure\”comfort and clean lines for constructive conferences something new for the Conference presents viasit with the Chair model pure\”: A Chair with vierfussigem, set the base, with its uncluttered refined lines convinced as pure, as the product name promises the. Functional details such as the shiny chrome-plated armrest or the high-quality, polished aluminium base access materials and principles classical modernism, and transfer them to modern seating and design needs.