Description

Emeco’s 111 Navy chair is a durable and functional choice for dining rooms as well as outdoor areas. Made from recycled plastic bottles, the 111 Navy chair was developed in collaboration between Emeco and Coca-Cola. 111 recycled PET bottles have been used to manufacture one chair, and it has been reinforced with fibreglass to ensure a strong construction.

Wilton C. Dinges, the founder of Emeco, designed the original Navy chairs in 1944 for the submarines of the United States Navy. Emeco was commissioned by the U.S. government to produce chairs that would withstand the ruthless sea conditions. Thanks to their modern and minimalist look, the Navy chairs are an excellent choice also for contemporary interiors and a wide range of styles. All Emeco products are manufactured in the USA, using mostly recycled materials.

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111 Navy chair, flint gray

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Colour
Light grey
Width
39 cm
Depth
50 cm
Height
86 cm
Seat height
46 cm
Material
65% recycled PET, 35% fibreglass
Weight
5,4 kg
Notes
For indoor and outdoor use. Slight variations in colour are natural to this recycled material.
Care instructions
Use a mild detergent and rinse with warm water. A non-abrasive, soft cloth is recommended for wiping and drying. Never use cleaning agents containing acid, base or concentrated sodium hypochlorite.
Warranty
5 years for indoor use / 3 years for outdoor use

Wilton C. Dinges

Wilton Carlyle Dinges (1916–1974), an American toolmaker with an engineering background, founded the world-renowned Emeco in 1944. During WWII, Dinges designed the extra-durable 1006 Navy chairs for the U.S. Navy, and they have remained among Emeco’s best-known products until today. The Emeco factory, founded by Dinges in 1944, still continues to operate in Hanover, Pennsylvania.

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