Jumper Saddle Stool

SCR-JUMPL
Price £303.95 (Ex VAT) Quantity
 

Summary

The Jumper Saddle Stool is  an anatomically shaped stool that encourages a healthy back posture. It maintains the user’s natural spine S shape.  Suitable for use when sitting or perching.

Wide range of additional options available. Please contact Customer Service for further information.

Description

  •          Finished in black leatherette as standard
  •          Seat height adjustment
  •          Independent seat tilt adjustment
  •          Working height 80 – 90 cm

Options available include:

Low, Mid and High seat height range
Balance mechanism
Foot operated height adjustment
Alternative fabrics
Medical/ESD versions

Please contact Customer Service for further information.

Features

Part Number

SCR-JUMPL

Synchronous Mechanism

NA

Asynchronous Mechanism

NA

Free Float (Rocking) Feature

O

Independent Seat Tilt Adjustment

Standard

Independent Back Angle Adjustment

NA

Seat Slide

No

Adjustable Lumbar Support

O

Pelvic Support

No

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

O

ESD (Anti Static)

O

Suitable for 24 Hour Use

No

O = Options available

Specification

(Y)es/(N)o/(O)ptional

Part Number

SCR-JUMPL

Type (Low, Medium, High Back, Split Seat/Back)

Saddle

Weight (Packed) (KG)

-

Weight (Unpacked) (KG)

9.3

Seat Height Adjustment (Y/N/O)

Y

Back Height Adjustment (Y/N/O)

N/A

 

Maximum Weight Capacity

120KG - 19 Stone

A - Back Height (mm)

NA

B - Lumbar Support (mm)

NA

(B) - Pelvic Support (mm)

NA

C - Chair Arm Height (mm)

NA

D - Seat Depth (mm)

300

E - Seat Height (mm)

570 - 760

F - Seat Width (mm)

440

What our customers say

"Have tried a couple of other mice, looking for a vertical alignment. Some too big, or too small, or too heavy but this is so adaptable with changing angles and thumb position, I thought it would be a good one to try. Have had it a week, and having simply plugged it in (to my Mac), I have have found it really easy to use. I managed to adapt it to my needs with big hands, and need to lift and scroll (for CAD work) - so although the easing of the RSI situation will only be none in the long run (I'm not ready to stop work!), I am well satisfied."

Anonymous on the Contour Unimouse

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