GL-CLUB

Description

Designed for VIP areas, executive boxes and other sections where premium seating is required, the GL-CLUB is a compact stadium seat that still offers a high level of comfort, making it a cost-effective choice for sports clubs looking to upgrade their spectator seating for an improved matchday experience.

Featuring a fully upholstered back, complete with a thick-cushioned, counterbalanced seat that provides high levels of comfort and durability, the GL-CLUB chair has a fully welded steel construction, and the frames can be supplied with a galvanised finish for improved weather resistance. Optional embroidered logos can be woven into the seat providing enhanced branding and sponsorship opportunities.

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Key Features

Slim profile for easy access and egress
Silent operation gravity tip action
Fully welded steel construction
Galvanised, powder coated black metalwork
Upholstered in anti-fungicide treated vinyl
Optional seat numbers and row letters
Available with arm rests

Technical Information

Dimensions
460mm (W)
300-560mm (D)
Seat Material
Fabric, Leather, Vinyl
Frame Material
Galvanised mild steel
Branding
Embroidery
Spec Sheet
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Technical Drawing
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Colours
Wide range available and can be colour matched to suit your requirements

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