Bevco J3050-GR - ErgoLux Soft Poly Jr J3000 Series Backless Stool - 5-Star Polished Aluminum Base - 16"-21.5" - Dual-Wheel Hard Floor Casters - Graphite

Item #: J3050-GR-B047

Product Info

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J3050-GR

The Bevco J3050-GR ErgoLux Soft Poly Jr J3000 Series Backless Stool has a super-soft high-density visco-elastic memory foam seat that is the ultimate in comfort and durability. This comfortable polyurethane stool responds to the body’s unique shape, weight and temperature for extremely ergonomic comfort. The extra-thick soft supportive 2.5' foam is covered by a puncture, water and stain resistant polyurethane that provides resilient long lasting support. The Bevco J3050-GR ErgoLux Soft Poly Jr J3000 Series Backless Stool is easy to clean and supports up to 300 pounds.

Benefits & Features of the Bevco J3050-GR ErgoLux Soft Poly Jr J3000 Series Backless Stool:

  • Heavy-duty construction for long lasting satisfaction
  • Polyurethane seat that is impervious water, oil and most chemicals
  • Comfortable, durable 14.5" diameter seat
  • Easy-to-use pneumatic height adjustment that allows for stress-free seat height changes

All chairs from Bevco are highly customizable. If you would like to add or remove options from this chair, such as arms or casters, or would like it in a different color or fabric, please contact us, use the Bevco configurator or call 800-966-6020 and an expert seating consultant will be happy to assist you!

Heavy Item Please Note: Orders of 7-8 chairs may be subject to additional freight charges due to the size and weight. If you are ordering that many chairs an LTL shipping account is recommended or contact us for an LTL freight estimate.


ErgoLux Soft Poly Jr J3000 Series Backless Stool - 5-Star Polished Aluminum Base - 16"-21.5" - Dual-Wheel Hard Floor Casters - Graphite

Item Specifications

  • Graphite
  • Desk Height
  • Polyurethane
  • ErgoLux Soft Poly Jr J3000 Series
  • 17 lbs per EA

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