SITAG REALY -The power of versatility
Many adjustment options and a synchronised mechanism with 4 back stop positions make Realy a task chair with functional looks you can use anywhere. Exceptional comfort comes with the form-fitting, sculptured seat and backrest, with or without upholstery.
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DESIGN: Uli Witzig & Dirk Fleischhut
Swiss designer Uli Witzig has decisively influenced the appearance of Sitag lines during the past years. One of his trend-setting product ranges is the Reality task chair line, for instance. His achievements have been awarded numerous prizes for originality and design quality.
The close contact with the art scene in the early years influenced the development of Dirk Fleischhut enormously and contributed significantly to the fact that he is now one of the most talented product designers. After studying at the Art Center College of Design, he received numerous awards for his work, which leads him to found the estragon in 2001. Since then Dirk Fleischhut and cofounder André Lüthy attend to various projects in the field of product design worldwide and led estragon through several successful years. In collaboration with Uli Witzig, Fleischhut developed the product line Realy, which is not only functional, safe and ergonomically, but also appeals to the costumer from an aesthetic and emotional point of view.
Point-synchronous mechanical system with locking in 4 positions for adjustment of seat inclination and backrest tilt, including function for individual adjustment to match body weight. Material: the load-bearing parts are pressure-diecast aluminium (recyclable).
The point-synchronous adaptation to user’s movements eliminates the sliding effect on the user’s back (no „shirt-pulloff“ effect). The lumbar zone of the backrest always remains at the same point. The mechanical system can be set to continuous function: the chair automatically adjusts to the movements of the user (dynamic sitting). A mechanical spring allows the user to adjust the pressure of the backrest to his or her own individual needs. This spring produces progressively increasing pressure, the farther back the user leans.
The backrest with height adjustment is designed such that it supports the lumbar area, and provides good lateral support.
The seating surface has pronounced rounding in the front area, to prevent constriction of circulation in the thighs. The axis of the seating-surface tilt action is located toward the front, to maintain floor contact during synchronous movement of seat and backrest. The pelvis support has been designed to effectively prevent the pelvis from tipping to the rear. A sliding seat is available as option.
Design armrests: adjustable for height
Ring-shaped armrests: adjustable for height