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MityLite Expands Popular FlexOne Folding Chair Line

Two new chair models offer additional comfort and customization options

OREM, Utah — June 9, 2020 — MityLite, a manufacturer of award-winning commercial furniture, announced the launch of two new products in the FlexOne Series Folding Chair line. The FlexOne CS is the standard option, FlexOne FX comes with an upholstered seat and FlexOne LX has an upholstered seat and back.

“FlexOne is continuously included in market reports listing the top commercial folding chairs on the market,” said Aaron Barker, product manager for research and development at MityLite. “FlexOne chairs have always been popular with our public assembly and education customers, and I’m sure those businesses will appreciate having these new models available to them.”

Wirecutter has consistently named the FlexOne as their favorite folding chair since 2017. The Spruce lists the FlexOne as the best overall folding chair in the article, “7-Best Folding Chairs of 2020.” In addition, AllTopRatings lists the FlexOne as one of the “Top 10 Best Folding Chairs in 2020 Reviews.”

FlexOne chairs feature the patented flex seat and back for premium comfort. They are lightweight, 11–12 pounds, with a durable, powder-coated steel frame that can hold up to 1,000 pounds. The FlexOne CS can be customized with a variety of paint colors for the frame, seat, and back. The FlexOne FX and FlexOne LX come with closed-cell (methylene diphenyl diisocyanate or MDI)) polyurethane foam and a wide selection of premium upholstery options.

“As an added customer benefit, we are able to leverage our streamlined manufacturing and pricing to achieve a lower cost, quick delivery and high-quality for these folding chairs,” said Barker.

The Thrillist recently included the FlexOne in an article about the “Everything You Need to Pull Off the Perfect Last-Minute Super Bowl Party.”

The Thrillist article states: “…make sure everyone can settle in by picking up this four-pack of folding chairs. The most important thing here is that they’re actually really comfy for non-permanent furniture, but they’re also more durable than your run-of-the-mill folding chairs [and] they’re much lighter and easier to move around than metal folding chairs. The fact that they’ll also come in handy the next time you host a potluck dinner doesn’t hurt, either.”