|Navigator seats – matching strength with comfort|
|Friday, 23 March 2012 16:14|
Manufactured with high-quality, 316 stainless steel used throughout the entire seat, Navigator seats are designed for the hard-going marine industry and are known as the most comfortable but also the strongest on the market today.
In the 12 years that Navigator has been building seats, they have never had a single seat fail or break. When Navigator seats were first developed the company looked at all the forces that a person in a seat undergoes when at sea, not just lateral (side to side) but also horizontal (forwards and backwards). With its unique shape and form, the internal structure and the foam used, the Navigator helm seats holds the passenger in the correct ergonomic position at all times, no matter the sea conditions.
Consequently, anyone who sits in a Navigator will feel as though they become one with the chair. It is little wonder that Glenn Finnis, the commissioner of Marine Rescue NSW, is among the many admirers of Navigator’s products.
“We specified these seats because we had to ensure proper, ergonomic support for our crew members – especially when travelling at speed to rescues in difficult sea conditions,” says Finnis. “These are proven seats for offshore work and have also been chosen by very demanding users including the Royal Australian Navy and NSW Water Police – so we are in good company.”
For further information contact:Navigator, Australia Web: www.navigatormarine.com.au
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