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National Public Seating

8600 Series Lightweight Stack Chair


MSRP: $91.98

You Save: $39.99 (43%)

SKU: NPS-8600

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Seat Height: 19"
Seat Material: Fabric upholstery
Frame Material: 17-gauge tubular steel
Other Info: Passed ANSI/BIFMA testing for strength, durability and stability
Warranty: 10 years
Width: 19"
Depth: 21"
Height: 33"
Assembly: Ships Assembled
Weight: 11.0 lbs.
Shipping Method: UPS / FedEx

Provide comfortable seating that is easy to store and move with National Public Seating’s 8600 Series Lightweight Stack Chair. The padded chair has a contoured padded seat that is comfortable even during long lectures and presentations. Move the chair with ease because the sled base won’t snag on carpets. The 17-gauge frame has a strengthener bar for extra support. To create straight rows of seating, add optional ganging brackets.


what is the weight capacity on this chair?

Asked by: mips
This chair has a weight capacity of 300 pounds.
Answered by: School Outfitters
Date published: 2018-10-15

how many stack in one stacking

Asked by: lorenzo santamaria
This chair can stack up to 20 high.
Answered by: School Outfitters
Date published: 2018-10-15

Would this chair be considered a wall-saver?

Asked by: Connie
No. There is nothing on the chair leg to protect the wall.
Answered by: School Outfitters
Date published: 2019-08-14
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