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xenium®-basic - optimal flexibility

xenium®-basic model – regeneration for your back

The famous office furniture designer Martin Ballendet leaves nothing to be desired even at this beginner model. It distinguishes itself through precise design and the variety of colours and materials.

Because of the functionality and the customisation, xenium®-basic is your ideal partner from the home office to the major project.

xenium® Individual - As unique as a fingerprint.

Simply good is not good enough for us. That is why we work hard every day to improve the high level of functionality and appealing design of the versatile xenium® family.

Thus equipped, the xenium® will continue to be one of the most successful and trend-setting models under the office chairs. Always innovative. Always close to the pulse of time.

Equipment & Functions

Synchron tilt mechanism for dynamic seating, aperture angle 22°
Weight adjustment is individually adjustable via crank handle from 45 to 145 kg
shock absorbent system
Sliding seat
Backrest basic with upholstered front
Backrest duo back® with split backrest,
Height adjustable back frame
Weight activated solid double castors according to DIN 68131
Seat tilt adjustment is lockable in 2 positions: 0° and 4°


DIN EN 1335
NPR 1813
Ecologically compatible
Ergonomics approved

Sit just as you like!

The human being in focus:
According to the different individual chair requirements, xenium® is flexible and adaptable. The adjustment of the backrest height is effected easily by side hand grips because of the unique design of the diagonally arranged back frame.

Due to the amazing adjustment range of the seat depth (through 10.7 cm), xenium®-basic ensures an optimal adaptation to small and large users.


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