...In addition, in contrast to the somewhat misanthropic Ant Chair the Series 7 is, as the name implies, a family of chairs: the basic 3107, the 3207 with armrests and the two swivel versions, 3117 without armrests and 3217 with armrests...
|Product type||Multi-purpose chair|
|Weight||Ca. 5 kg|
|Colours||Wood, clear lacquered
|Material||Seat shell: laminated, pressure moulded veneer
Frame: steel tubing, chrome plated
|Variants||Available in standard and custom heights
Matching cushions available separately
|Function & properties||Not stackable
With universal glides
|Care||Lacquered surfaces of natural wood tolerate neither moist heat nor alcohol: all spills must therefore be wiped up immediately. When cleaning use only small amounts of water - ideally only with a damp cloth.
How much and how quickly the surface acquires a patina depends on the type of wood, nature of use and exposure to sunlight.
|Certificates & Sustainability||Fritz Hansen conform to:
ISO 90001: 2008 (Quality management systems)
ISO 14001: 2004 (Environmental management systems)
Series 7 tested for strength and durability according to:
as well as for stability according to:
Legs and all other metal components of the Series 7 are recyclable
No risk of release of formaldehyde through surface treatment with polyurethane varnish
|Warranty||5 year warranty on manufacturing defects
Register your chair at fritzhansen.com/MY-REPUBLIC and take advantage of the extended warranty. This requires you to register within the first 3 months of date of purchase and guarantees the following warranty periods:
10 years on frame, shell, armrests, paint, coloured ash and natural wood veneer
Ordinary wear and damage are excluded from the warranty!
|Product family||The Series 7
|Datasheet||Click for more information (ca. 0,8 MB).
Since 1934 the Danish furniture manufacturer Fritz Hansen has been connected with the Danish designer Arne Jacobsen. With the Series 7 a revolutionary family of chairs was created in the 1950s, but only after Fritz Hansen were not fully convinced by Arne Jacobsen's legendary three-legged Ant chair. The subsequent four-legged Series 7 Chair became a classic of modern furniture history and can be combined with frames of various heights. In the case of the Series 7 Armchair the classic design is complemented and extended by practical armrests made of the same wood veneer and chromed steel tubing: and therefore offers both extra comfort and a solid and healthy sitting position. Arne Jacobsen and Fritz Hansen succeeded with the Series 7 chairs not only in terms of achieving an innovative design, the production process of the seats was equally innovative. Although the lamination process used existed since the 1920s it was perfected in Arne Jacobsen's chair series. The technique was fully exploited by the use of steam in the moulding of the glued layers of wood veneer for the Series 7 seat shell, a shell which thanks to its characteristic, unmistakable form bequeath the Fritz Hansen chair its ergonomic value and durability.
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