Wombat High-Low Positioning Chair

Wombat High-Low Positioning Chair

The Wombat is a functional activity chair for with mobility needs. It provides the experience of outstanding comfort, functionality and support. Combined with the outstanding design, the Wombat appears as an exceptional activity chair. The Wombat is available in two versions: Wombat basic and Wombat upgrade. The difference is found in the frames. The basic frame has simple height adjustment on a center bar. The upgraded frame is available with either a gas spring or electric power allowing the chair to easily adjust from floor to table height.

Fit is everything

The way a product feels, fits, and moves is at the heart of how well it will suit you, and your daily life.

That’s why we offer clients the opportunity to visit our locations and get a true sense of any given product. Motion isn’t a place. It’s a partnership, and a promise: we work with you to turn our products into possibilities.

Addtional Features
  • Seat depth can easily change to fit almost any user
  • Tilts from -20° to 15° providing for a more or less active seating position
  • Three cover colours
  • The basic chair is available in two sizes: 1, 2
  • The upgraded chair is available in three sizes: 1, 2, 3
Product Specifications
SEAT WIDTH 8.25"-11.5"(size 1), 11"-14.5" (size 2)
SEAT HEIGHT 18"- 25.75"
SEAT DEPTH 6.25"- 11.25", 9"- 14"
BACK HEIGHT 11"-13.25', 12"-14.75"
BACK ANGLE RANGE 40°
SEAT ANGLE -20° - +15°
FRAME LENGTH 23.5"
FRAME WIDTH 21.5"
WEIGHT CAPACITY 99 lbs.
WEIGHT 32 lbs.
SEAT WIDTH 8.25"-11.5"(size 1), 11"-14.5" (size 2), 13.75"-17.25" (size 3)
SEAT HEIGHT 13.25"- 27", 13.25"- 27", 14.75"-26.5"
SEAT DEPTH 6.25"-11.25", 9"- 14", 11.5"-18.75"
BACK HEIGHT 11"-13.25', 12"-14.75", 15.25-19.5"
BACK ANGLE RANGE 40°, 40°, 43°
SEAT ANGLE -20° - +15°, -20° - +15°, -22° - +10°
FRAME LENGTH 23.5", 23.5", 28"
FRAME WIDTH 21.5", 21.5", 23.75"
WEIGHT CAPACITY 99 lbs., 99 lbs., 154 lbs.
WEIGHT 34 lbs., 34 lbs., 48.5 lbs.
Manufacturer Details
R82 by ETAC
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