|Product type||Children's Chair|
|Colours||Wood, clear lacquered
|Material||Seat shell: laminated, pressure moulded veneer
Frame: steel tubing, chrome plated
|Function & properties||Stackable|
|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).
The cooperation between the designer Arne Jacobsen and manufacturer Fritz Hansen dates back to the 1930s. The first real success however was celebrated after some 20 years thanks to Jacobsen's Ant chair; a chair which although a popular success appealed less to Fritz Hansen on account of its three-legged base. Thus Jacobsen re-developed his design and the result was the Series 7 Chair, a four-legged chair and one which not only quickly became a design classic to rival the Ant, but with over 5 million copies sold worldwide, the most successful chair in the Fritz Hansen portfolio. The concept is as simple as it is original: a one-piece moulded wood veneer seat shell is combined with a range of bases, and thus allows the Series 7 to serve a wide range of functions: including a Series 7 Children's Chair. Featuring a slightly modified, child friendly seat shell the Fritz Hansen children's chair is in essence exactly the same as the adult version, just smaller. Also in terms of the production process is the children's chair equal to the full version. In the 1950s the lamination technique was already known, however, Arne Jacobsen and Fritz Hansen improved the process for the production of their Series 7: the bonded layers of wood veneer moulded with the aid of steam into the characteristic seat shell form, a form which not only give the Fritz Hansen chair its unmistakable signature look, but also allows for an ergonomic and very comfortable sitting experience.
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