Levelite Transformer Chair

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Levelite Transformer Chair

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Overview

We’ve taken inspiration from the hugely popular range of Levelite Beds to create our new Levelite Transformer Chair. Boasting unrivalled levels of comfort and neat design elements, including the unique patented leg mechanism found on the Levelite Beds, the Levelite Transformer Chair lives up to it’s name thanks to a clever mechanism which allows it to be quickly transformed from a regular chair for general use on the bank, into a supportive bedchair seat for use inside your bivvy or shelter.

Product Features
  • Lightweight aluminium dual-purpose chair
  • Can be used as chair or bedchair seat
  • Ergonomically designed chair padding for optimum comfort
  • Super-quick to use; simply unclip and unfold
  • Unique patented leg mechanism – push the button and it drops in to position
  • Clips to hold chair closed in transit

Technical Specification
  • Technical Specifications.
  • Material: Aluminium/stainless steel frame
  • Weight: Approx 4.1kg
 
  • Dimensions: H83cm x W52cm (open); L73cm x W52cm (closed)
  • Back height: 58cm
  • Back width: 51cm
  • Seat width:51cm
  • Seat length:70cm
 
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