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Overview

TIP TON By Vitra

Type

Stackable polypropylene chair

Manufacture year

2011

Tip Ton defines a whole new chair typology: the solid plastic chair with forward-tilt action.‎ Its name refers to the dual sitting positions provided by the chair – from a normal position, Tip Ton can be tilted forward a few degrees where the chair then stays in place.‎ The forward-tilt position, until now the preserve of mechanical office chairs, straightens the pelvis and spine and thus improves circulation to the abdominal and back muscles.‎
In a 2010 study, ETH Zurich – one of the world’s leading universities of applied sciences – investigated the health benefits of a forward-leaning sitting position.‎ The results confirm increased muscle activity in the abdominal and back areas, which boosts the supply of oxygen to the body.‎ Tip Ton makes all of this possible for the first time ever in the form of an economical and robust plastic chair, thereby opening up many new areas of use.‎
Tip Ton is made of polypropylene and manufactured from a single mould without any mechanical components.‎ This makes the chair extremely durable and 100 % recyclable.‎ Tip Ton can be stacked up to four chairs high and comes in eight different colours.‎

Materials:
- Backrest, seat, base: polypropylene.‎
- Glides: polyethylene.‎
- Stacking: Tip Ton can be stacked up to 4 chairs high on the floor, up to 15 on a stacking trolley.‎ A stacking trolley is separately available.‎
- Outdoor use: the colours earth grey, ice grey, glacier blue, basic dark and white are suitable for outdoor use.‎
- Note: special additives retard the fading of colours due to UV radiation.‎ However, if the chair is exposed to sunlight for prolonged periods, the colour may change over time.‎ We recommend limited exposure to sunlight.‎

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