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&Tradition Betty TK2 chair, oak
&Tradition Betty TK2 chair, oak
&Tradition Betty TK2 chair, oak
&Tradition Betty TK2 chair, oak
&Tradition Betty TK2 chair, oak

Betty TK2 chair, oak


£337.60 £422.00

Betty TK2 chair
£337.60 £422.00

  • 30 days return policy
  • Climate-compensated deliveries
  • Excellent reviews from our customers


&Tradition's Betty TK2 is an oak chair designed by Jakob Thau and Sami Kallio, named after the Betty Nansen Theatre in Copenhagen. The beautiful living wood surface gives the Betty chair a natural feel. Thanks to its solid, light and stackable construction, the multifunctional Betty chairs are ideal for the dining table and will also find a place in other rooms of the home.

Lacquered oak
51 cm
48 cm
77 cm
Seat depth
42 cm
Seat height
47 cm
Lacquered solid oak, lacquered oak veneer
4 kg
Stackable: max 8 chairs. Felt gliders installed as standard.

5 2


Based on 2 reviews

  • C

    Paris, France


    Très bien !

    130 days ago

  • L

    Mynaemaeki, Finland


    Kaunis ja ajaton tuote. Itselleni istuinkorkeus melko korkea, mutta tämä on tämän päivän standardikorkeus kaikissa tuoleissa. Puun viimeistely ei esim. jalkaosissa ole täydellistä mutta hinta-laatusuhteessa hyvä

    132 days ago

Very good

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