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Arrow Sewing Height Adjustable Hydraulic Sewing Chair

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$416
Regular price
$625
Design:
Cat's Meow (Black Fabric) HCAT
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Detailed Description

Arrow Sewing Height Adjustable Hydraulic Sewing Chair

Also Available in Our Retail Store
1001 Knight Avenue, Ponca City, OK 74601

Call for More Information: (580)765-9999

Arrow's #1 Rated Sewing Chair has been re-engineered to increase the weight capacity from 250lbs to 300lbs! This redesign features a strengthened base for additional support - alongside all of your customer's favorite features: from 360-degree spin and lumbar support, to adjustable height and secret storage! Now available in 10 fun colors! Arrow chairs feature 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. 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. 

Main Features

  • Voted #1 Rated Sewing Chair
  • Designed with targeted lumbar support for better sewing posture
  • Height adjustable from 18” to 22”
  • Hidden storage compartment under the seat to store notions and accessories
  • Five-star 360° swivel base for greater movement and stability
  • Heavy-duty casters roll smoothly on most floors, without marking
  • Durable upholstery fabric
  • Hidden storage compartment under the seat to store notions and accessories

Dimensions

  • Seat of Chair: 18” W x 16” D
  • Adjustable Height Back Rest (from top of seat):17 ½” W x 4 ½” D x 10 ½” H
  • Storage Compartment15 ½” W x 13 ¼” D x 2” H:
  • Weight Capacity 300lbs

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