The chair follows your body movements.
This is unique because it supports your spine, not just while you relax but also when you move. This is what we call “active seating”. When you want to reach for something, or make an involuntary movement, Accis Pro adjusts to your posture. It moves in tune with your body.
For you to feel stable and comfortable while using the chair.
This was our goal.The distinctive feature of Accis Pro is the independent movement of the backrest, seat and armrests (Smart HPS system). You can, for example, recline back and lean sideways at the same time, to reach a low cabinet or something on the floor. You can sway, activating your back and hips, as the backrest and seat work independently.
This is also the case with the armrests. They sup-port you during involuntary movements, but they also work separately. You can position them to suit your forearms thanks to the full adjustment option (up-down, forward-backward, side-to-side and rotation).
A light and elegant form, one that perfectly blends into modern office spaces, without dominating the other furniture.
We believe that technologically advanced chairs do not have to resemble racing seats. Even the adjusters can be light, without dominating the whole design. Our armchair is distinguished by its beautiful backrest profile and lightweight mesh fabric. Even when you use many Accis Pro chairs close together, the space remains open and clear.
AccisPro is well-considered, right from the design stage.
Side movement of the backrest is achieved by a system of sphere-joints connected to the chair mechanism. The backrest returns to its original position thanks to a special composite rod that acts as a classic spring.
The frame is partly constructed of an elastic mate-rial, so that the backrest does not pinch you in the back when you move sideways. Movement of the seat is possible thanks to the sphere-joint in the central part of the seat.
Accis Pro means safety.
We make great efforts to ensure your safety, designing the chair to ensure that none of the gaps between the moving parts are wider than 5 mm. Whenever this is not possible, we use special covers.