Grahl Xenium DUO back

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The Grahl Xenium DUO back is a unique split back chair that relieves pressure on the spine by up to 50%. In our experience, this chair has worked well for people with Scoliosis, injured vertebra, spinal abnormalities and chronic back pain.

Each side of the backrest can be adjusted independently to offer support where you need it most. This gives the feeling that the backrest is ‘hugging’ the contours of your back and has offered a lot of relief for our clients with chronic back conditions.

This chair has been a favourite with our team for years thanks to its flexibility, dynamic movement, adjustability and overall comfort.

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Why don't we sell chairs online?

Simply put, ergonomic chairs are hard to buy online! Our chairs are manufactured to meet your companies' requirements from the castors up, and we need your input to find your perfect match. Get in touch for trial products, fabric swatches, pricing and free impartial advice.

Top tip! When you speak to us about your requirements, make sure you specify which floor it will be going on. That way we can prevent your office chair from ruining your laminate, hardwood floor or carpet.

Product Specs:

Min weight: 45kg / Max weight:125kg

Seat height: 450-580mm

Seat width:  490 mm

Seat depth: 400-450 mm

Back height: 480-560 mm

Back width: 400-450 mm

Seat – lumbar: 210-290 mm

Seat – elbow: 140-240 mm*

Elbow – elbow: 360-620 mm*­



A13 3D Armrests

Independent seat tilt mechanism

Height and depth adjustable neckrest

Coccyx cutout

682mm polished aluminium base

This product is good for...

  • Relieving pressure on the spine
  • Conditions such as scoliosis, injured vertebra, spinal abnormalities and back pain
  • Dynamic movement throughout the backrest
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