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Click is an everyday hero, a straightforward, stylish task chair that offers exceptional comfort and performance. Its dynamic mesh back and seat gently cradle the body throughout a range of positions, while a single handle on the chair’s undercarriage adjusts the seat to a perfect height.


Available in a choice of four colors, Click’s lightweight plastic frame and matching star-shaped base sit on casters, allowing the chair to move with ease. Click may be specified with or without arms  and with fabric or leather COM. Suited to workstations, conference areas, and home offices, the chair is a streamlined alternative to today’s highly intricate task seating.

Design and options

  • Arm or Armless models
  • Mesh back
  • Seat Upholstery – two options: Upholstered and knit seat to coordinate with mesh back
  • Four plastic frame colors
  • Hard or Soft Wheel Casters


Frames are injection-molded with mesh backs to which the mesh is applied. Both upholstered and knit seats incorporate a flexible polypropylene seat pan on which is placed a dual-density cushion of molded, CFC-free foam. A height adjustment button is located on the right side of the injection-molded yoke supporting the seat pan.

Sustainable design features

  • Plant-Based polyurethane molded foam seat
  • Recycled content aluminum frame components
  • VOC-free powder coat finish
  • Water-based adhesives





A. 15.25”- 20.25”
B. 18.5”
C. 18”
D. 18.5”
E. 17.25”
F. 31.5” - 36.5”
Conference Task
A. 15.25”- 20.25”
B. 18.5”
C. 18”
D. 18.5”
E. 17.25”
F. 31.5” - 36.5”
G. 8.25”
H. 24.5”
Conference Task with Arms


Designed by Mark Kapka/Todd Yetman

Mark has become a furniture “specialist” with a tremendous range of work for many different environments including residential, workplace, education, and healthcare. Based on his deep appreciation for past industry developments and current trends, Mark brings a high level of sophistication and sensitivity to his new designs.

Todd Yetman believes a design must be beautiful. But even more important, it should be comfortable. The founder of Toronto-based Yetman and Co. straddles that fine line between form and function. He creates his own furniture pieces, adding modern, minimalist twists to classic shapes. Yet he also helps engineer projects in progress, figuring out how to translate sketches into gorgeous, functional objects.

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