Gesture is the first chair designed to support our interactions with today's technologies.
The Core Equalizer connects the back and seat to move as a responsive, synchronised system, eliminating gaps in lumbar through any angle of recline, offering unprecedented seamless personalised support.
advanced synchronised mechanism
A highly tunable mechanism that offers one of the widest tension ranges of any chair and the ultimate postural support as you work.
360 arms offer complete, rotational adjustment in any direction, engineered to echo and support the movement of the human arm, in any position, using any device, relieving associated pressure from wrists, neck and shoulders.
Soft thermal edges
Soft thermal edges around all sides allow your legs to move over any side, inviting alternative postures without pressure on the back of the leg.
Gesture Design Story
Gesture is the first chair designed to support our interactions with today's technologies. It was inspired by the movement of the human body and created for the way we work today.
• Best of NeoCon Gold Award 2013
• Good Design Award 2013
• Product Innovation Awards Grand
• Good Design Awards Australia 2014
• Red Dot Award 2014
|Overall height||997mm – 1124mm|
|Overall width||569mm - 880mm|
|Overall depth||534mm – 601mm|
|Castors||Soft castors for hard flooring|
It definitely lives up to the reviews and my expectations. The Gesture is a solid and comfortable chair with a myriad of adjustments to suit quite likely all body types and sizes. The only "complaint" I have is the version with a headrest is not available in Australia as I would have selected that if available. It does not look like the Gesture headrest can be retro-fitted after purchase too.
Good quality, 10+hrs per day in chair with out issue. The only things that bugs me…. Is that you can’t lock the arms into position. So they slide around. Otherwise good.
I haven’t seen an office chair that has so many adjustable parameters. And it’s not gimmicky, it’s really useful. I’ve had it for only 3 days, but I can feel the difference in the support for the lower back, arms and posture in general. It also looks solidly made, so I hope it will last me many years.
It's a huge improvement from my previous office chair. The soft-edged-seat definitely impacts my comfort levels and the adjustable back rest "stiffness" and angle is also great. I'm not sure I can tell much difference from adjusting the lumbar support however. I may be doing it wrong. The only reason I'm giving it 4 and not 5 starts is due to the unavailability of other colours and head rest in Australia.
How can you ask me to review it in the first place??????