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Want an office chair you can sit on all day? Then take a seat - and we mean that quite literally. Our range is affordable, stylish and ready to get to work. Made from over 70% recycled materials, it not only feels good for your bum but also the environment.

FAQs: Chairs

What is the weight limit for a Recess chair?

Our chairs have a weight range limit from 105-120kg. Check out the individual weight limits for each chair, which can be found in the features and specs section of each chair’s product page.

We’ll be adding to our range in the coming weeks and months, to accommodate all shapes and sizes - so keep an eye out for the next Recess chair that has your name written all over it!

What is the seat height range?

Our chairs have individual height ranges, depending on the ergonomics of the chair you’re looking at. Check out the individual height ranges for each of our chairs, which can be found in the features and specs section of their corresponding product pages.

Again, we’ll be adding to our range in the coming weeks and months, to accommodate all shapes and sizes - so keep an eye out for the next Recess chair that has your name written all over it!

How do I assemble my chair?

All our chairs come with non-generic, easy to understand assembly instructions - just scan the QR code leaflet inside your box and away you go. They generally take around 15 mins to put together if you have a drill handy, to fasten up those screws more quickly. Nevertheless, assembly is just as easy without one - but maybe just a bit more cruisy.

If you’re a business and your order value exceeds $5000, we offer free assembly, so you can concentrate on the more important day-to-day ongoings of your business.

How do the mechanisms work?

Our assembly instructions also come with operation instructions, to help ease you into the shock of having something so beautiful yet ergonomic in your office. And we get it, all those buttons and levers can be intimidating but rest assured, you’ll pick it all up in no time - and let’s be honest, the best mechanism is being able to spin around continuously, which we all know how to do!