k.™ task is a highly adjustable work chair well-suited for the demands of your workday. The double-layer mesh back and cushioned seat offer lasting comfort, while the simple aesthetic adapts to any environment.
- Back Support: 100% polyester mesh back with glass-filled nylon frame
- Arm Support: Glass-filled nylon arm support with polyurethane armpad
- Seat: Plywood base with molded foam
- Control: Steel and aluminum with various plastic components
- Pnuematic cylinder: Steel
- Hard casters: Nylon, steel and acetal
- Soft casters: TPU, nylon, steel and acetal
- Optional adjustable lumbar: Mineral and glass-filled polypropolene
- Height (standard cylinder): 37.9 - 43.2 inch
- Seat Height (standard cylinder): 15.6 - 20.9 inch
- Seat Height (low cylinder): 14.5 - 18.5 inch
- Seat Height (high cylinder): 17.7 - 23.1 inch
- Width: 27 inch
- Depth excluding base: 27 inch
- This chair is shipped "knocked down" and requires minor assembly
- Optional lumbar support ships separately and must be installed in the field
- Faux Leather seat only available with black mesh back
- Fixed arm only available with black mesh back and Delite Onyx or Faux Black Leather seat
- Double layer mesh back combines the comfort of a knit with the rigidity of mesh for ongoing support
- Synchronized tilt tension control provides a smooth, easy recline with only one turn of the dial
- Five-point tilt-lock allows you to set the chair upright or reclined, depending on the task
- Waterfall seat edge allows for unrestricted movement to support various postures
- Certified Clean Air GOLD
- Warranty: 12 years parts and labor to repair; 3 years seating upholstery, textiles and leathers, and finishes
This chair and other Knoll office chairs have no shipping charges.
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