Porsche 911 Office Chair

Apr 4, 2016

Category: Living

If you can afford to be a hands-on Porsche fan and are interested to adding to your collection, look no further than the Porsche Office Chair RS. Each seat is an original sports seat, featured in the current Porsche 911 and Carrera GTS and GT3, and is made in Germany.

The seat features continuous height adjustment, an electrical backrest adjuster, adjustable armrests, a hook for a jacket in the rear, and the Porsche Crest embroidered on the head of the chair. The seats are partially leather with the middle section made from original Porsche Alcantara material, handsomely contrasted with red stitching. Its shell is a grey silver composite and weighs about 77 pounds. With a brand like Porsche backing this item, you know it’s a high-quality fit for any office jockey looking to impress their coworkers with a sturdy piece of automotive history. As for the price? Well, good looks don’t come cheap. That’s why this office chair clocks in at $6,500, which ironically is probably the least expensive product from Porsche you will ever buy. [Purchase]

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