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Adapt 600 Range

Ergochair Adapt 600 Chair

Overview

The Adapt 600 range is our most popular ergonomic remedial range in the UK. The main reason for this popularity is that out of all the chairs we supply, the 600 provides the most personalisation options, which means they can fit most clients. There are 7 template chairs in this range, and once you have selected the one which most closely represents the user’s size, it can literally be cut down to size. Like the Adapt 500  chairs, you can reduce the seat pan depth and width to your user’s specific size. However, in addition with the Ergochair 600 chairs, you can also reduce the backrest width and height. Once you have selected a chair that will fit your client, you can totally personalise the chair with a wide range of basic and advanced adaptations.

Key Features:

  • Made to measure seat depth and width option
  • Made to measure backrest width and height option
  • Adjustable seat height
  • Adjustable seat depth
  • Adjustable backrest height
  • Independently adjustable backrest angle
  • Independently adjustable seat tilt
  • Made to measure inflatable lumbar support
  • Forward tilting seat
  • Free float (rocking) mechanism
  • Asynchronous tilt mechanism

Finding your size:

Within the range there, are 7 template sizes that provide different seat and backrest size combinations (610, 620, 630, 640, 650, 660, 680) that can then be cut down to the ideal size. We are here to help, so if you want advice right now please just send us your measurements and what you are trying to achieve for the client by email . You can also call us on 0203 051 0157  or use the contact form .

Model Seat Depth Seat Width Backrest Height Backrest Width
Adapt 610: 440 – 500 mm 480 mm 350 – 410 mm 460 mm
Adapt 620: 440 – 500 mm 480 mm 480 – 540 mm 460 mm
Adapt 630: 440 – 500 mm 480 mm 560 – 620 mm 460 mm
Adapt 640: 470 – 530 mm 510 mm 350 – 410mm 460 mm
Adapt 650: 470 – 530 mm 510 mm 480 – 540 mm 460 mm
Adapt 660: 470 – 530 mm 510 mm 560 – 620 mm 460 mm
Adapt 680: 580 – 640 mm 600 mm 610 – 670 mm 510 mm

Common Questions

Is this the right range for my needs?
With so much variety within the Adapt range, it can initially be challenging to work out what chair will best fit your user’s needs. The 600 is normally selected over other models in the range when you have any of the following requirements:

1)    The user needs a backrest cut to size (this option is not available on the Adapt-500 range)
2)    The user needs 3D Profiling of the backrest
3)    The user needs a forward tilting chair

Can I try the chair?
Yes, we offer a no risk trial system on the Ergochair Adapt 600 chair range so that you can ensure it will meet your needs before making any commitment to buying it. For more information on the two week no risk trial please click here .

Can I get the chair fitted?
We do offer full chair installation, fitting, and training in specific parts of the country. For more information on where this service is available please contact us .

What is the difference between the Ergochair Adapt 600 chair range and the 700 range?
The Adapt 700 has been specifically designed for the larger user. Indeed, whilst the 600 has a weight limit of 125kgs, the 700 has a weight limit of 250kgs. For more information on the 700 range, please click here.

Warranty
There is a standard warranty on this range of 5 years.


Operating your Ergochair Adapt 600 Chair: (this information is designed to be used with the instruction pdf in the downloads tab).

1. Seat Height Adjustment: To raise up or lower the seat, you initially need to lift handle (1) whilst sitting in the chair. To bring the seat up, shift some weight through your feet so the gas stem can push the seat up.
2. Seat Depth Adjustment: Using your feet to block the wheels press in the seat depth adjustment lever (2) and pull the seat towards you.
3. Backrest Angle Adjustment: To alter the backrest angle you need to pull lever (3) whilst sitting in the chair and let the backrest move to the desired angle. Once in position, return the lever to the downward position to lock in place.
4. Back Height Adjustment: Ensure that the back is in a vertical position and reach back to the sides of the backrest and gently pull it up. This is a 6-position ratchet system, which means it will gradually move to 6 six different levels (making a click at each level) and then drop back to the bottom again.
5. Seat Tilt Adjustment (Free Float): Pull paddle (5) while sitting in the chair. Once unlocked, the weight of your body will automatically pull the chair forwards. Once in the forward position you can lock the chair by letting the lever move back down. Another option is to keep the chair unlocked so that you can gently move in the chair during the day.
6. Body Weight Tension Adjustment: The tension adjustment handle (6) is located at the front right underside of the seat. Twist clockwise to increase tension and counter-clockwise to reduce tension. This function is most popular when you want to have the chair unlocked but want to control how easy it is to move the chair.
7. Inflatable Lumbar Support: Adjust the level of lumbar support by depressing the inflation pump bulb, located under the seat at the rear. If necessary, reposition the backrest angle and height.To deflate the air-cell, press the valve button attached to the bulb.
8. Head/Neck Support (if fitted): It is important to ensure that the neck roll is positioned at the nape of the neck. To do this while sitting, raise or lower the neck rest by grasping the headrest mechanism and lift up or push down to achieve desired height. To change the angle - rotate the pad manually to achieve the angle you need.
9. Armrest Width Adjustment (if fitted with arms): All armrest options offer a width adjustment feature, located underneath the seat. Loosen handle, and then (9) slide arm to the desired width then re-tighten the handle to set.


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