Occufit Callista Stool
This chair comes with Free Float and Lumbar Support as standard.
Select this option to get the most from your purchase. One of our highly trained IST team will deliver the chair, show you what the knobs and levers do, explain good posture and demonstrate how to adjust everything for maximum comfort so that you can do it yourself in future.
The Callista is suitable for a variety of medical and laboratory environments and all versions are supplied as standard with Stamskin fabric, which is blood, sweat and urine-resistant. The more advanced 358 additionally has a free-float mechanism to enable dynamic sitting and the adjustable lumbar support provides support for the lower back.
- Specially contoured seat.
- Adjustable seat angle.
- Aluminium base.
- Soft castors for hard floors as standard (other options available).
- 358 range includes a free-float mechanism and adjustable lumbar support pad.
- Supplied in Stamskin (Blood, urine and sweat resistant) fabric as standard.
- For more information contact the Customer Service Team.
|Free Float (Rocking) Feature||Standard|
|Independent Seat Tilt Adjustment||Standard|
|Independent Back Angle Adjustment||Standard|
|Adjustable Lumbar Support||Standard|
|Height Adjustable Arm Rests||No|
|Width Adjustable Arm Rests||No|
|Depth Adjustable Arm Rests||No|
|Independently Adjustable Head Rest||No|
|Independently Adjustable Neck Rest||No|
|Suitable for Clean Room||No|
|ESD (Anti Static)||Option|
|Suitable for 24 Hour Use||No|
|Type (Low, Medium, High Back, Split Seat/Back)||Saddle||Saddle|
|Weight (Packed) (kg)||-||-|
|Weight (Un-Packed) (kg)||-||-|
|Seat Height Adjustment (Y/N/O)||Y||Y|
|Back Height Adjustment (Y/N/O)||Y||Y|
|Maximum Weight Capacity||-||-|
|A - Back Height (mm)||240||240|
|B - Lumbar Height (mm)||240||240|
|(B) - Pelvic Support (mm)||NA||NA|
|C - Chair Arm Height (mm)||NA||NA|
|D - Seat Depth (mm)||390||390|
|E - Seat Height (mm)||520-670||600-780|
|F - Seat Width (mm)||440||440|
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