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Comfort directors chair Helmut

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Frame Colour: Brown lacquered

 
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Product information "Comfort directors chair Helmut"

Comfortable “Helmut” rocking director’s chair

Like the “Pedro” model, the comfortable “Helmut” rocking chair and director’s chair has a narrow seat and a large backrest as well as high armrests. Two sliders on the feet make the “Helmut” an unusually comfortable director’s chair with a rocking function. For everyone that values comfort.

The story behind the name “Helmut”

Lending his name to the comfortable “Helmut” rocking director’s chair is the Munich-born  screenwriter, film and television director, Helmut Dietl. Helmut Dietl was most famous in the 1970s and 80s thanks to his enormously successful television series such as the Münchener Geschichten, Monaco Franze (featuring the immortal Helmut Fischer) and Kir Royal (featuring Franz Xaver Kroetz). All the series combined the perfectionist atmospheres of the era and location. Thus Dietl became famous across Germany. His first cinema film followed in 1992: Schtonk! brought the scandal of the falsified Hitler diaries to the big screen - and brought German cinema to the forefront once more, not least thanks to an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Film. Films such as Rossini. Oder die mörderische Frage, wer mit wem schlief, LateShow and Wambo, a biopic about the German actor Walter Sedlmayr, followed.

Helmut Dietl is one of the directors who have actually taken a seat in one of their namesake chairs!

Information on the type of wood and the upholstery fabric used for the chair

The brown lacquer of this model, which is produced exclusively in the EU, protects the solid beech wood. At the same time, the grain remains visible and is gets a darker, nut brown tone. The hinges and/or fittings are all made exclusively of steel.
Please notice that beech wood in general is not weather-proof. The chair can not be left outside permanently. Please simply fold it and store it, if it's not used.
For pure outdoor purposes please have a look at our directors chair Oscar in Iroko wood (similar to teak).

Weight in kg: 6.5
Loadable in kg: 120
Seatcover in cm (W x H): 57,5x37
Backrest in cm (W x H): 43,5x29
Opened in cm (W x H x L): 48x85x66
Folded in cm (W x H x L): 8x85x66
Sitting height in cm: 42
Please note: due to technical issues screen colors are not binding for the final colors of the fabrics. Also printings with a common office printer will not be color-proofed. It is possible that differences between original chair and product image may occur. Attention: the print can shine through by light fabrics Care instructions: Please only wipe the chairs with a slightly damp cloth. The fabrics can be cleaned with a mild soap solution; not suitable for washing machines.
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Product information "Comfort directors chair Helmut"

Comfortable “Helmut” rocking director’s chair

Like the “Pedro” model, the comfortable “Helmut” rocking chair and director’s chair has a narrow seat and a large backrest as well as high armrests. Two sliders on the feet make the “Helmut” an unusually comfortable director’s chair with a rocking function. For everyone that values comfort.

The story behind the name “Helmut”

Lending his name to the comfortable “Helmut” rocking director’s chair is the Munich-born  screenwriter, film and television director, Helmut Dietl. Helmut Dietl was most famous in the 1970s and 80s thanks to his enormously successful television series such as the Münchener Geschichten, Monaco Franze (featuring the immortal Helmut Fischer) and Kir Royal (featuring Franz Xaver Kroetz). All the series combined the perfectionist atmospheres of the era and location. Thus Dietl became famous across Germany. His first cinema film followed in 1992: Schtonk! brought the scandal of the falsified Hitler diaries to the big screen - and brought German cinema to the forefront once more, not least thanks to an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Film. Films such as Rossini. Oder die mörderische Frage, wer mit wem schlief, LateShow and Wambo, a biopic about the German actor Walter Sedlmayr, followed.

Helmut Dietl is one of the directors who have actually taken a seat in one of their namesake chairs!

Information on the type of wood and the upholstery fabric used for the chair

The brown lacquer of this model, which is produced exclusively in the EU, protects the solid beech wood. At the same time, the grain remains visible and is gets a darker, nut brown tone. The hinges and/or fittings are all made exclusively of steel.
Please notice that beech wood in general is not weather-proof. The chair can not be left outside permanently. Please simply fold it and store it, if it's not used.
For pure outdoor purposes please have a look at our directors chair Oscar in Iroko wood (similar to teak).

Weight in kg: 6.5
Loadable in kg: 120
Seatcover in cm (W x H): 57,5x37
Backrest in cm (W x H): 43,5x29
Opened in cm (W x H x L): 48x85x66
Folded in cm (W x H x L): 8x85x66
Sitting height in cm: 42
Please note: due to technical issues screen colors are not binding for the final colors of the fabrics. Also printings with a common office printer will not be color-proofed. It is possible that differences between original chair and product image may occur. Attention: the print can shine through by light fabrics Care instructions: Please only wipe the chairs with a slightly damp cloth. The fabrics can be cleaned with a mild soap solution; not suitable for washing machines.
Related links to "Comfort directors chair Helmut"
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