|Cruise through the workweek like a race car driver!|
Your workdays may seem to pass by faster when you pilot the PitStop LXE Office Chair. The PitStop line of race-inspired office furniture puts you in the driver’s seat both at work and in your home office. Each PitStop LXE Office Chair features unique styling and ergonomic comfort.
The PitStop LXE Office Chair is designed to resemble the bucket seat in a race car. Each bolstered PitStop LXE Office Chair features inflatable lumbar support that can provide support to a 12” wide x 14” high area. The padded, tire-tread textured arm rests are fully adjustable thanks to precision metal racing shocks with three height options. Halfway into your race—or rather, workday—you may find the need to adjust your position. To do so, simply reach down for the billet aluminum shift knob and choose one of the four available settings.
A strong race car has a strong engine; a strong office chair has a strong base! The bucket seat is connected to the base via a racing suspension spring. The spring sits firmly on a brake caliper kit that supports a 26” wide track aluminum alloy base. And what’s a race car—or chair—without proper shoes? The PitStop LXE Office Chair glides across the office on five 22” style racing wheels for maximum mobility.
The PitStop LXE Office Chair was designed and assembled in the USA from the highest quality materials available and is backed by an Intro-Tech Automotive, Inc. lifetime warranty. You can feel the quality in every piece of furniture they make.
Specifications and Features:
Embossed tire tread, adjustable armrests
Billet aluminum shift knob
Suspension spring and brake caliper base
Five 22" style rolling casters
Overall dimensions: 23.5” wide, 24.5” deep, 51" high
Seat area: 15” wide, 17” deep
Back seat area: 12.5” wide, 19” high
Ground shipping only. This product ships from the manufacturer. International and expedited shipping are not available. Additional discounts are not applicable.
If item is needed by Christmas, orders must be placed by December 5,2014.