Wave Mesh Ergonomic Task Chair in Black

Wave Mesh Ergonomic Task Chair in Black

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Up to 25% off  our Wave ergonomic mesh chair - was £315.30 (discount applied at check out)

15% off - £268 per chair when you buy 1 
20% off - £252.24 per chair when you buy 2
25% off -  £236.47 per chair when you buy 4 or more

All prices exclude VAT. The chair is pre-built and tested prior to dispatch.

5 YEAR GUARANTEE - All chairs come with a 5-year guarantee.

Our Wave ergonomic mesh chairs have been engineered to provide unequalled level of back support and optimal seated comfort. With its high-quality multifunctional components, Wave is perfect for heavy-duty office environments. Defined sculptured back demonstrates quality craftmanship and adds to the quality and style of this chair.

Active and supportive ergonomics

The Wave range ensures the ultimate sitting position, with its five-point locking synchronised seat and back and mesh sculptured back, the seat and back move in harmony with each other, ensuring a supported ergonomic working position. Height-adjustable arms with gel pads offer additional comfort. Seat depth slide for increased leg support. The lumbar support has a five point ratchet height adjustment. Heavy-duty arms mounted on solid metal bar to add to strength and lower arm height, to ensure arms do not hit with table top. Forward tilting seat to encourage arching of the back and reduce pressure on the sciatic nerve. Multifunctional headrest for extra comfort.


  • Synchronised seat and back angle
  • Adjustable active tension control
  • Height adjustable gel arm pads
  • Class 4 gas adjustment
  • Heavy-duty cast aluminium base
  • Five lockable back positions
  • 25 stone (158kgs) weight rating
  • Seat depth slide
  • Height adjustable lumbar back
  • Seat forward tilt

How to adjust Wave

Relieve neck and back pain with good ergonomics

Are you sitting correctly at your desk?

Sitting incorrectly at a computer for long periods of time can take a toll on your body and health. By not sitting with the correct posture, it is easy to end up with the most common workplace injuries such as; back, neck and knee pains.

Download our simple guide on the steps needed to be taken to maintain good ergonomics and staying comfortable at your desk during the day.