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We at Variér® believe in perfectionism. We believe in evolution and constant development so that we change in accordance with the needs and demands of our customers. Therefore we re-launch the Tok chair in 2010. The idea of the chair is the same – a beautiful masterpiece combining Scandinavian and Japanese handcraft; a design item which is comfortable into the late hours of the day.
The new Tok chair comes with a satin chromed, four-legged metal cross which will create a even more clean and delicate look in any room. Furthermore, the chair is standard-delivered with a fully adjustable neck rest, which makes it possible to adjust the reclining angle both horizontally and vertically.
The Tok will also be available in two new wooden colours; a “hot-red” lacquer which will make a lasting impression in combination with any red fabric or leather upholstery; or a white, angel-pure finish that would blend perfectly with our new, full-white leather colour.
As an exclusive offer in this re-introduction period we also offer the Tok chair with a hand-cut, finely draped Paul Smith fabric in combination with black wood. The Tok will also be available in mocca, oak and walnut, and may be combined with fabrics such as Crusvik, Mira, Highfield or leather.
Tok is the perfect place for active relaxation. The chair has a fixed angle between the seat and the backrest. Independent of your sitting position, the recliner will always support your body properly whilst providing support for your arms. You may recline without slipping forwards or backwards – the movement is in the tilting mechanism, and not between seat and back. Furthermore, the organic shape offers many different reclining positions inside the chair.
•By using the footrest, a change of position is done effortlessly
•The neckrest may be adjusted vertically, thus providing different positions for reading, sleeping, watching TV, etc.
•The neckrest is convex, thus enabling greater support for neck and head
•Suited for hotel lobbies, reception areas, or relax areas at SPA-facilities, as well as in private homes.