A desk like no other....

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+20 1. Lamortre commented 8 years ago

Wow, simply amazing :D
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+19 2. IDK399 commented 8 years ago

Impressive. Must have cost a king's ransom. I wonder, if you were to make something like this today, how much would it cost?
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+4 3. MOONRAKER commented 8 years ago

If Carlsberg made a desk .............. :D
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+3 4. jcski713 commented 8 years ago

LOL does it play that music while opening the desk?
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+7 5. cameramaster commented 8 years ago

That took some "lateral thinking"....and a sneaky mind.
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-3 6. Scotsman50 commented 8 years ago

Perfect for hiding the spare mobile from the wifey :D
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+4 7. beerholder commented 8 years ago

Imagine that those people probably believed that in the 21st century everyone has one office like that in their homes...
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+12 8. WantedFish commented 8 years ago

I don't see this on the Ikea website anywhere. It must not be from their range.
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+4 9. Jim777 commented 8 years ago

they made these without CNC or any machinery, now we have those we can only buy crappy Ikea furniture. who understands this?
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+8 10. steve1960 commented 8 years ago

real technology without a battery or power connection.
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+17 11. archis commented 8 years ago

I would not like to loose something in that thing.
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+2 12. khataroo commented 8 years ago

I bet that would cost a King's ransome. Delightfully Deceiving!
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+2 13. LQoQK commented 8 years ago

so whats the capacity of this thing?
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+4 14. enuffsanuff commented 8 years ago

Husband, "Honey, where did you put my car keys?"
Wife, "In the desk drawer."
Husband (3 hours later), "Honey, can you please help me find them!"
Wife, "I told you before, they're in the desk drawer."
Husband, WHICH FRICKEN ONE......THERE'S DOZENS OF THEM HERE!"
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+2 15. Araniko commented 8 years ago

0:04 aaaahhh!! My ear drumm!! :S
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+3 16. muerto commented 8 years ago

I saw it and I saw it again to see all the hidden fuctions...simple amazing!!!!!!
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+1 17. DuTze (admin) commented 8 years ago

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+1 18. erzug commented 8 years ago

So, how old is this desk/chest? An antique or just made to look like one?
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+1 19. h8isgr8 commented 8 years ago

Looks modern to me. At 1:27 you can see some white material; maybe bump stops made of delrin or some other modern plastic.
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+3 20. sux2bu commented 8 years ago

#18 & #19 It is hundreds of years old , which is why it is in a museum in Berlin.......

"One of the finest achievements of European furniture making, this cabinet is the most important product from Abraham (1711--1793) and David Roentgen's (1743--1807) workshop. A writing cabinet crowned with a chiming clock, it features finely designed marquetry panels and elaborate mechanisms that allow for doors and drawers to be opened automatically at the touch of a button. Owned by King Frederick William II, the Berlin cabinet is uniquely remarkable for its ornate decoration, mechanical complexity, and sheer size."
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+2 21. drudchen commented 8 years ago

Careful pushing buttons.. if you dont know what to expect, it might take your fingers off
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0 22. UckFaOuYa1134 commented 8 years ago

Nobody Knows This... But You Can Hide Your Weed In There!