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chair, blue

79 €

Article no: 003.600.02

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Product details

Key features

Viewed from afar, the wood fibres blend into the surface, up close they become an interesting design feature that catches the eye.

Have a seat and stay a while - the friendly, embracing curves and flexy material make this chair nice and comfy.

No tools are required to assemble the chair, you just click it together with a simple mechanism under the seat.

The wood fibre/plastic composite material gives the chair a textured, matte surface that is soft and inviting to the touch.

The chair’s moulded shell gives a comfy, flexy feel that’s yours to enjoy after a simple 3-click assembly. For strength and beauty wood is mixed into the sea blue plastic, like decorative sprinkles.

Assembled size

Tested for:110 kg
Width:45 cm
Depth:51 cm
Height:81 cm
Seat width:45 cm
Seat depth:41 cm
Seat height:43 cm

Package size & weight

Article no: 003.600.02
Packages: 1
Length: 56 cm
Width: 50 cm
Height: 49 cm
Weight Gross: 6,55 kg
Weight Net: 5,11 kg

Store location

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1 x ODGER chair Article no: 003.600.02 1 package(s)
Aisle 19 Bin 35

Care instructions


Wipe clean with a mild soapy solution.


Wipe dry with a clean cloth.

Good to know

This chair has been tested for home use and meets the requirements for durability and safety, set forth in the following standards: EN 12520 and EN 1022.

Designers John Löfgren and Jonas Pettersson

"When we designed ODGER chair we were inspired by both ski boots and pie dishes with removable bottoms. The reason was that we wanted to find a way to quickly and easily fix the legs to the seat and backrest. In the end, the solution was a simple click mechanism. Another innovation is that the material is a mix of renewable wood and recycled plastic. The result is a chair with true, clean lines ‒ which is also very comfortable to sit on thanks to the bowl-shaped seat and the rounded backrest."

Complicated path to a simple chair

ODGER is a chair without secrets. When you get up close you see small lines on the chair's smooth surface. The lines come from wood fibres and reflect the material’s mix of renewable wood and recycled plastic. With two handles, we made the assembly so easy that you don’t even need to read the instruction for how to click your chair together. Developing ODGER was anything but easy, but it may very well be the most simple and straightforward chair that we’ve ever made.


J Löfgren/J Pettersson


Seat shell/ Leg frame/ Handle:
Wood Plastic Composite
Synthetic rubber

Assembly instructions

Advice instructions

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ODGER chair

Complicated path to a simple chair

ODGER may be the most simple and straightforward chair that we’ve ever made. You don’t even need to read the assembly instructions to put it together. But the path to the finished product was anything but simple. It involved a lengthy journey in somewhat unknown territory where we would both get to know a new material mix and find new technical solutions.

If you get up close to ODGER chair you’ll see tiny lines on the surface. The lines come from wood fibres and reflect what the chair, with its smooth surface, is actually made of. Product Developer Karin Engqvist explains what it’s about: "ODGER is made of wood plastic composite, where 30% of the material is wood, a renewable source, and at least 55% of its remaining materials is recycled plastic. This means it has less impact on the environment than virgin oil-based plastics”. Of course the wood-plastic demanded more development work and tests compared to more well-known materials, but both Karin and John Löfgren, a designer at the design agency called Form Us With Love, felt that the material was a great choice. ”We’re proud of this material and wanted it to stand out. That’s why we also made a chair with no added pigment”, says John.

Tests determined the design

There was a lot of focus on the look of the chair during the product development. But not only with style in mind: ODGER should be easy to understand. With its curved look and bowl-shaped seat, it oozes softness and comfort. A chair meant for long dinners or work meetings, but which also looks good on its own. The design looks simple and straightforward, but the path to the finished product was long and complex. ”We performed initial studies about seating comfort and tested prototypes with different groups to find a design that would be really comfortable for as many people as possible”, says Karin. ”The bar was set high and we respected it by not rushing”.

Simple and intuitive assembly

Innovation continued to be in focus when the team looked for a simple way to assemble the legs and seat part. The goal was to not mix in more materials. Everyone on the team explored their area of expertise in search of the optimal solution. The enthusiasm still shines through when John continues: ”We looked at everything, from ski boots to those round pie dishes with removable bottoms, to see if it was actually possible to do away with metal screws and the classic allen key”. It worked, the solution was two handles in the same material as the chair. Placed on the underside, with a simple ”click” they lock in the legs of the seat. John, Karin and the technicians all know that it’s also a viable solution after more than one million test cycles in the lab. Simple and intuitive, just like the entire chair. Because this is a chair without secrets – ODGER is exactly what it appears to be.

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