Blickman's Polyester Fabric Chairs Model 1121WA are designed for comfortable seating in waiting rooms and offices.
With arm rests
Backrest for back support
Lightweight, black plastic legs and arms
100% Polyester fabric
Raven Black Color (25)
Non-slip rubber feet tips
Weight Capacity: 400 lbs.
Dimensions: 36" W x 35.5" H x 23.5" D
For Standard chairs with or without arm rests, please see models 1120WA and 1120, respectively.
About this Brand
Forged from years of experience stretching back to 1889, Blickman offers high quality stainless steel and chrome solutions for acute care hospitals, primary care offices, and surgical centers. Their innovative and durable products include operating room cabinets, adjustable height instrument tables, bassinets, case carts, stainless steel tables, mayo stands, and warming cabinets. Blickman's strategy is based on delivering high quality at competitive prices, so their products are a great choice for demanding, value-conscious buyers.
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Warranty: Blickman warrants to the original end user all products manufactured by the company to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for the period of one (1) year from the date of purchase. This warranty does not cover damage caused by usage and/or normal wear and tear and shall not apply to any defects due to negligence, accident, improper use or failure to follow maintenance instructions. Component parts not manufactured by Blickman, such as casters, caster inserts, any components made from rubber or plastic, circuit boards, fan heaters, plumbing parts, electrical switches and components are also excluded.
Merchandise will not be accepted for return unless specifically authorized. The customer must contact Customer Service within 30 days of item shipment to obtain a return authorization number. Returns will be subject to a 35% restocking fee. This charge will be reduced to 15% with reorder. All goods returned damaged are also subject to the repair charges being deducted from credit.