mesh ergonomic chair
A favorite amongst clients, due to its personality. Straightforward design with flexibility. The Neptune chair has a variety of accessories you can add to make this chair fit your needs more and more.
Sleek Nylon Mesh Backrest
One of the best features about Neptune’s build is the mesh stripe design that is soft but durable nylon mesh backrest – a high quality mesh that holds its shape well, while allowing constant airflow keeping you feeling cool at all times.
Our Neptune Mesh chair comes with a height adjustable lumbar support for the best user personalized backrest support.
Ribbed Seat Design
The Seat is made out of premium high density moulded foam with perfectly balanced firmness and softness so as to promote good blood circulation for the user. It also comes with injection moulded ribbed design that allows proper air flow for breathability.
Intelligent Tilting Mechanism.
Another feature that sets Neptune apart from the others is the self-adaptable tilt tension control based on weight load allowing you to stop at any desired angle.
It uses single lever mechanism that controls the pneumatic height adjustment and double-lock mechanism (90 and 160 ).
With the Neptune Mesh chair, you may opt for fixed T-armrest, adjustable height T-armrest, or adjustable height and collapsible T-armrest depending on your ergonomic chair needs. It is even available in no armrest option.
Finally finish your chair of with a headrest to further support your neck and head or a coat rack to properly hold your jacket while you work. You also have the option to have both if you would like. Have the Neptune chair your way.
To ensure your safety, the Venus mesh chair has gone through multiple tedious product testing accredited by ANSI+BIFMA through SGS Singapore testing facilities.
Among many different types of safety and durability product standard testing, the Venus mesh chair proved to withstand great loads of up to 300 lbs seating load capacity with its chair base passing the 2500 lbs (500 per prong) load capacity through dynamic, static, and cyclic testing procedures.