Overview

Pump up the Jam (in your kitchen) with this funky stools that is adjustable from bar to counter height via its gas-lift mechanism. The base is made of a 2.2" diameter steel leg with foot rest all in chromed steel. The weighted galvanized steel base is 16.5" in diameter and covered with a chromed steel cover. The seat is made of entirely recyclable ABS/SAN with a thickness ranging from 10 to 13mm. The top/front of the seat is always white technopolymer. The back/bottom of the seat can be finishes in several colors shown here. This stools is also suitable for use in a restaurant or cafe.

Specs / Details

JAM model stool, with metal frame and two-tone seat in technopolymer. Height-adjustable swivel stool.
The main feature of the JAM stool is the two-tone technopolymer shell: the front part of the seat in glossy white and the rear part available in various colours. The oval holes in the backrest complete the product’s design. The stool swivels and can be adjusted in height thanks to a gas-lift mechanism. The circular weighted base guarantees its stability. Oval footrest. A colourful stool, suitable for furnishing the bar area or a modern kitchen. Discover all the finishes!

Designed By: Archirivolto
Made In: Italy
Manufactured By: Calligaris
Dimensions: 29" to 36 5/8" H x 17" W x 17 3/8" D
Seat Height: 24 1/8" to 31 1/2"
Shipping Info
Shipped Via: Air Freight (curbside delivery)

FREE SHIPPING This Calligaris stool will ship on a pallet via Air Freight (curbside delivery) to most US addresses. Additional delivery services are available a la carte (such as inside delivery to first dry/secure area; inside delivery to room of choice, uncrate, debris removal, etc). Should you require delivery in Chicago or anywhere in the upper-midwest please contact us to ask us about our flat-rate white glove delivery service via our EuroSprinter (see more about the EuroSprinter here). Should you require a white glove delivery outside of our EuroSprinter delivery area we can arrange for that as well.... just ask!

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