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Berkeley Aron Styling Chair

Berkeley Aron HON-SYCHR-697112 Modern Styling Chair

The ARON Modern Salon Chair stresses both utility and beauty and is well coupled with modern décor. The back support is meant to help stylists by allowing them easy access to the hair and making cleaning a breeze. Comfort is ensured during the style process thanks to the dense padding. Featuring shiny chrome accents that complement the high-quality, easy to clean, vinyl upholstery and dense cushioning. An elegant choice for high-end salons. 

The ARON contemporary salon chair comes standard with the A-12 hydraulic pump, but it may be upgraded to the heavier-duty A-13 pump, which is sent through freight, to serve a wider range of clients.

Berkeley Aron Features

  • Modern design with a square-shaped cushioned seat
  • European-style T- shaped footrest with chrome legs and a durable round hydraulic chrome base
  • Optional upgrade to a round or square base
  • Cube-like design available in black or white
  • Adjustable height
  • Attractive stainless steel base

Berkeley Aron Specifications & Dimensions

  • Model number: HON-SYCHR-697112
  • Dimensions: 
    • 19"(L) x 25"(W) x 34.5"(H)
    • Hydraulic Pump Adjustable Height: 19.5"- 26" (floor to seat)
    • Arm-to-Arm: 19"
    • Seat Width: 19"
    • Seat Depth: 19"
  • Weight:
    • A12 Pump - 60 lbs.
    • A13 Pump - 66 lbs.
  • Weight Capacity: 
    • A12 Pump - 350 lbs.
    • A13 Pump - 550 lbs.
  • Colors Available:
    • A12 Pump - Black, White
    • A13 Pump - Black, White, Crimson

Berkeley Aron Warranty

  • One-Year Warranty & 30-Day Satisfaction Guarantee
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