€329 – €359
• All returns made within a 30 days period are free of charge. Please get in touch with us to organise the return at firstname.lastname@example.org You will be asked to simply pack up your Muista and commit to a courier pickup date. The items must be returned to us in undamaged condition, so please be gentle with your Muista during the initial 30 days period.
• Refunds will be made by original payment method within 1 week of the return.
Chair for sitting that gets you moving
The original Muista is a healthy alternative for your regular desk chair, suitable for any formal or casual environment where sitting is required or desirable. Muista is light, compact and versatile, providing you with two different sitting positions, easily altered by a simple turn of the chair. Whether moving forward or sideways, it intuitively rocks you to calm, or pushes you into action. It’s all about balance. No more strict chairs, we say. Muista is there to allow you. To rock, to sway, to pause, to dance, to fidget. No, don’t get up - sit down and get moving.
Net weight: 3.7 kg
Net weight with footrest: kg
The height is good for regular height desks (72-75 cm height). Please note that you can put your feet in two positions: on the ground, or on the footrest – if your feet are on the footrest, then the physical height for you will be minus 7,5 cm (42 cm)
I bought this beautiful chair for working from home and I love it! I am no longer frozen in one position but I rock and move gently. I feel more strength in my lower back. The chair is light enough for taking it to another room and my children love it, too. It really was the perfect buy!
Great service, very fast delivery
Wanted the chair for my workspace but my 7year old son „occupied“ it...so i have to buy another one...function and style is great...thanx
Very quick delivery, everything as described.
Our son loves his new chair! Me too :-)
Thank you and good luck!
Until quite recently, Düsseldorf has been a place devoid of Muista chairs. Of course, this shortcoming remained unnoticed, since we didn’t know that a thing like the Muista chair exists. Then we got to know of it from an article in a newspaper called Süddeutsche Zeitung, which is printed in Munich (of all places! No one in his right mind would like to have anything to do with Munich! Unfortunately, our local paper, the Rhenanian Plague, does not report relevant stuff like the Muista chair). Where was I, ah, ja, we ordered a Muista Chair. It came to us as a cute littele parcel shaped like small elephant (without a trunc). Actually, at first we thought it was an elephant, although we hadn’t ordered one (elephant that is). Unpacking required skill and force but eventually we managed to free the beautiful little Muista chair. It now stands at out kitchen table and everybody wants to sit on it (to avoid continuous conflicts, we had to order another one right away). It is such a friendly little sitting device, and so versatile ...Anyone having ever sat on it or having seen us sittig on it (via ZOOM) is going to order one as well. Düsseldorf, will soon be the German hotspot of Muista chairs. We are convinced that more dreary German cities like Cologne or Munich would als greatly benefit from increasing the local density Muista chairs.