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ID Trim L Task Chair

ID Trim L Task Chair

Regular price RM8,708.00 MYR
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With its compact padding, the backrest of ID Trim conveys a sense of classic elegance and quality craftsmanship. The sandwich construction with integrated lumbar support provides the comfort of an upholstered backrest while being almost as slim as a mesh backrest – offering an alternative to both of these construction types.

ID Trim L is an excellent choice for the executive office due to its high backrest, which offers extra relief from tension in the head and neck.


Seat mechanism

FlowMotion mechanism, lockable in upright sitting position. Seat mechanism matches the frame colour (basic dark or soft grey). Optionally with or without synchronous forward tilt (can be disabled) or seat depth adjustment. Individual adjustment of backrest resistance and forward tilt

ID Trim L Seat Mechanism Black Vitra Configuration


high backrest with integrated, height-adjustable headrest. Backrest frame in polyamide (basic dark or soft grey). Optional height-adjustable lumbar cushion. Cover in fabric or leather. Headrest for leather upholstery in the corresponding leather colour; for fabric upholstery, headrest covered in dim grey leather or nero leather.

Vitra ID Trim Backrest Material Tuff Close up Detail


2D armrests with adjustable height and width or 3D armrests with adjustable height, width and depth and 360° swivel function. Armrest supports in aluminium, polished or powder-coated in the colours basic dark or soft grey (to match the frame colour).

Armrest sleeves in polyamide are matched to the frame colour (basic dark or soft grey). With PU-foam-free (F) pads in basic dark (for frame colour basic dark) or dim grey (for ID Trim L Antonio Citterio , 2010/2021 Materials frame colour soft grey).

Optionally available with ring armrests for use in conference settings, made of die-cast aluminium, polished or powder-coated in basic dark or soft grey (to match the frame colour).

Vitra ID Trim L Colour Variations


polyurethane foam padding. Optionally available with contoured seat. Seat and back covers in fabric or leather. Leather covers are not recommended for chairs with forward tilt, since a leather surface might cause users to slide off the seat.


five-star base in polyamide (basic dark) or die-cast aluminium, polished or powder-coated in basic dark or soft grey (to match the frame colour), with double castors (Ø 60 mm) or glides.


clothes hanger in polyamide (basic dark or soft grey) with max weight load of 2kg

Vitra ID Trim L Clothes Hanger Accessory

Technical Details

Design Year: 2010/11

Made-In: Germany 

Cover material : seat and backrest Plano

Seat colour : dark grey/nero

Backrest colour : dark grey/nero

Headrest cover leather : dim grey

Mechanical elements : FlowMotion with forward tilt, with seat depth adjustment

Frame colour : basic dark

Armrests : ring armrests (not height-adjustable)

Base : five-star base, polished aluminium

Accessories : without

Base on : castors soft, braked for hard floor 



Vitra ID Trim L with ring armrests vignette dimensions

ID Trim Clothes Hanger vignette dimensions

Headrest Cover

Leather L20

leather cement material swatch sample

Material: Robust cowhide leather with a distinctive, even grain

Thickness: 1.1-1.3mm

Fastness to light: Type 6

Fastness to rubbing: Grade 4 dry and wet



Antonio Citterio | Designer - Rekadeka Malaysia

Antonio Citterio, 2010/11

The architect and designer Antonio Citterio, who lives and works in Milan, has collaborated with Vitra since 1988. Together they have produced a series of office chairs and various office systems, as well as products for the Vitra Home Collection. The Citterio Collection is constantly being expanded. 


Logo Vitra - Original - Rekadeka Malaysia 

Vitra is much more than a brand but rather a staple of design. Established in 1950 in Birsfelden, Switzerland, the brand has left its mark on design history through its transcending path. Starting as a furniture producer, it paved its way to manufacturing and ultimately became the powerhouse design institution we see today.

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