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FOOTREST Next Batyline® Iso Seigle LFM2718_8548

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Fabrication Française

The “Origine Française Garantie” label (“Guaranteed Made in France”) is the only label which certifies a product’s French origins. At Lafuma Mobilier, products are designed, developed and manufactured at our factory in Anneyron.
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Its technical assets:

  • Iso Batyline®
  • 5 year guarantee
  • Galvanised steel
  • Diameter 25
  • UV protection
  • Tested to 140 kg
  • 1 position
  • Basalte frame

Detailed description:

Next responds to all your desires! The footrest is the inseparable friend of the Transabed, to guarantee you maximum comfort, while you are relaxing by the pool, in the garden or on the patio. As a stool, it becomes an ultra-soft, space-saving extra seat.

Its advantages:
- Its Batyline®fabric: keeps its shape, resists UV exposure, wear and tear, mildew and is very easy to clean. The ventilated weave guarantees quick drying. It is also environmentally-friendly as noted by its Oeko-Tex® label (free from substances which are toxic to both people and nature).
- The galvanised steel frame is sturdy and rust-free.
- Compact size when folded.
- Being lightweight which means it is easily portable.

Main details:
Galvanised steel tubing frame, diameter 25 mm
Closed dimensions L/H/D: 51 cm / 71.5 cm / 10 cm
Open dimensions L/H/D: 51 cm / 35 cm / 66.5 cm
Unit weight: 4.00 kg

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  • Dan
    Rating Rating
    On 02/07/2017
    « Large sturdy foot rest built with quality materials »
  • Elizabeth
    Rating Rating
    On 05/05/2017
    « Lounging in the garden and after a hard day of weeding it's good to get your feet up »