Arrow Hydraulic Chair with Black Button Fabric

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SKU:
arro-h8013
UPC:
650873880133
Condition:
New
Availability:
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  • Arrow Hydraulic Chair with Black Button Fabric
  • Arrow Hydraulic Chair with Black Button Fabric
  • Arrow Hydraulic Chair with Black Button Fabric
  • Arrow Hydraulic Chair with Black Button Fabric
$299.00

Description

Arrow Hydraulic Chair with Black Button Fabric

The Arrow Hydraulic Chair with Black Button Fabric is a perfect accessory for any craft and sewing room. The chair’s vivid heavy-duty Riley Blake fabric features Button Motif a black background on a black chair frame that is sure to match any décor in your craft room. The chair’s height is adjustable with easy to use controls and the cushions provide perfect lumbar support and comfort for those long sewing hours. Our chair features 5 casters on a star base for greater movement at your sewing cabinet or crafting surface. Lift the seat cushion up to reveal a hidden storage compartment for your small notions or patterns.

Dimensions:

  • Chair stands 29” Tall Adjusts to 33”
  • Seat Height adjusts from 18” to 22”
  • Seat Cushion is 18” wide x 16” deep
  • Holds 250 pounds

 Assembly is a snap! 

  • Requires a standard screw driver.
  • Includes easy-to-follow directions and a helpful toll-free phone number!
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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Hydraulic chair with black button fabric

    Posted by Susan Huddy-Krejci on 16th Oct 2020

    The ordered chair came within a week of ordering it. It was easy to put together and is very comfortable. I can adjust the height as needed, the back rest gives me a lot of support, I can swivel and move with ease, and the storage in the seat is an extra bonus. The chair is perfect for my needs and well worth the price.

  • 4
    The wood on the seat ws cracked. After one phone call it was replaced within 3 days. The service was great and I like the chair

    Posted by Brenda Brien on 5th Mar 2018

    Quality does not seem to be worth the price.

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