Big Fella gets the job done

Big Fella gets the job done
The Big Fella from Uplifting Solutions is a liquid resistant ergonomic chair with durable polyurethane moulding. 
Unlike many industrial chairs, it features a large seat and a generous backrest for user comfort. 
Its larger dimensions and user adjustability make it ideal for many industrial, lab or workshop environments. The Big Fella is a proven performer for the Australian Defence Force. 
Priced from $265, it can be upgraded to a premium spec with an alloy base with foot grip, chrome gas lift and a larger heavy-duty foot-ring.
The Big Fella chair is now also available with the raised spider base, offering a very stable steel platform for working at bench height.
Uplifting Solutions
Ph: 1300 79 80 50

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