KC02 Resources

KC02 features our innovative air lumbar system and a high degree of adjustability - a comfortable fit for any office and any budget.

On this page, you'll find resources for KC02. 

Assembly Instructions

PDF: KC02 Assembly Guide

User Guide

PDF: KC02 User Guide

Spec Sheet

PDF: KC02 Spec Sheet

Dimensions

Specification KC02 Measurement
Overall Height 38.5" - 42.5" 
Overall Width (arm to arm) 25"
Overall Weight 40lbs
Max Weight Capacity 275lbs 
Seat Height 17" - 20.8" 
Seat Depth  16" - 18" 
Seat Depth Adjust Range  2" 
Seat Width  19.5"
Arm Height  23.5" - 27.5" 
Backrest Width  18"
Base Diameter 15" 
Caster Diameter 2.35"

Caring for KC02 

The fabrics and materials used for our ergonomic work chair is polyester, nylon, and chenille yarn. To maintain its beauty over the years, it's best to vacuum your chair from time to time to get rid of dust. 

For serious stains, we suggest to use 3M Scotch Guard. Additionally, there are many local services that clean chairs. However, from our experience, a chair that's taken care of rarely needs to be cleaned.  

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the Air Lumbar? How come you don't have an actual lumbar? 
A: The Air Lumbar adds additional tension to the mesh, providing extra support in your lumbar region. The prevents users from feeling a protruding lumbar as many chairs have, which can lead to discomfort. 

Q: How do I adjust the recline tension? 
A: The recline tension adjusts automatically. Don't believe us? Stand behind KC02 chair and pull back on the backrest with your hands - make sure you keep your foot on the base. Next, ask someone to sit into the chair or add a lot of weight to it, and then repeat. The tension will have gone up significantly. 

Q: Do you have locking casters? 
A: Unfortunately, at this point in time, we do not have any other caster options than the standard dual wheel casters. 

Q: Why is the cylinder oily? 
A: All cylinders are oiled to make sure they work properly. If you mistakenly got some oil on yourself, please use soap and water to get rid of the oil. 

 

Useful Links 

Understanding the Basics of Ergonomics

Article: 4 Ways to Improve the Way You Sit