Steelcase has taken one of its global bestselling chairs, and made it even better. Here’s what you can expect from the brand new Think.
February 5th, 2015
When it was first launched in 2004, Think was quickly lauded as a breakthrough innovation and became a global bestseller. Not only did the chair respond intuitively to the movements of the body, but as the first Cradle-to-Cradle certified product in the world, it also created higher sustainability standards across industries.
Now, Steelcase has launched a new and improved Think based on global trends, in-depth user-centred research, and new knowledge with regard to materials, moulding technologies and performance capabilities.
Engineered for the increasingly mobile worker of today, the new Think chair features an Integrated LiveBack™ System that conforms to one’s body and moves with you as you change postures. It also has an advanced weight-activated seat, so anybody can get comfortable, quickly.
In addition, Think’s new and intelligent design allows users to easily personalise their comfort through only few manual adjustments.
Sustainability is just as brilliantly considered with the new Think, which comes with fewer parts for easy recycling and even quicker disassembly. Steelcase can even help you reuse or recycle the chair at the end of its useful life. With all that in mind, we could possibly have a new bestseller on our hands.
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