01 product description
If you want to survive an eight-hour office day you should stand up as often as possible and get away from your desk. The Stitz promotes your natural desire for movement and encourages you to stand up and change posture. And in the process, it exercises ligaments and muscles, and stimulates circulation and metabolic processes in the body.
A gas lift, which is operated by pressing a disc with all-round access underneath the seat, allows infinitely variable adjustment of the support height. The leaning aid has a base comprising an elastomer pouch filled with quartz sand. It staunchly stands its ground even when not in use.
A Stitz is always a perfect solution: at a lectern, a drawing board, in a professional practice or even in the kitchen.
red dot for high quality of design 1992, Apex Award 1994
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05 Articles about Wilkhahn and Hans (Nick) Roericht
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