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Satori™ with Tablet Arm

The Satori™ chair with tablet arm offers a space efficient design and comfort for all users. It is best used in lounge and conference spaces where informal meetings take place. The tablet arm provides an area for a laptop or note taking, encouraging interaction among users.

This chair offers a space-efficient design that retains a small footprint while providing generous interior dimensions, offering comfort for a wide range of body types. Most chairs of its type are simply lounge chairs with holes drilled into the arms to accept a tablet and a cup holder. Even when pushed away, the tablet still encroaches on the armrest. The Satori™ features an articulating tablet, mounted on an outboard base. The tablet swings clear of the armrest. It also moves in and out.

The Satori™ is available with a tablet arm, casters and handle for easy reconfiguration.

Mesh pocket for storage and interchangeable cup holder and tablet accommodates right and left handed users.


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Satori™ with Tablet Arm
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First dust with a clean, Dry soft cloth to remove any foreign particles and dust present on the surface. Next a slightly damp cloth should be used to clean the surface, followed by a dry soft cloth to remove the excess moisture. At no time should any abrasives ever be used in an effort to remove dirt etc., nor should any moisture be allowed to stand on wood surfaces. Furniture polishes are not recommended. In addition to the above, consideration should be given to the humidity levels in your home and office environment where fine wood products are found. Keeping humidity at an even level as much as possible throughout the year will greatly extend the life of the natural wood products.

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Designed by

Mark Saffell & David Ritch