Portable chair

Pretty simple but still impressive

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+33 1. DoubleBubble commented 11 years ago

That's pretty awesome. I'd buy one. It amazes me how something like the chair which is centuries old is still being innovated like this.
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+12 2. d3vill0ck commented 11 years ago

Wow :O! Flip-Flip, a briefcase. I must say I'm really suprised. I'd like to find out more about this if the Uploader would be so kind. I'm curious as to how much weight this can hold. The chair legs seemed kinda thin...
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+10 3. moskwiz commented 11 years ago

Yeah #2.. to be quite frank if I was advertising a chair, I'd show also how comfy it was sitting on it ;)
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+10 4. Nifen commented 11 years ago

imagine that made of carbon fibre! super strong, super light much better then any folding chair i've seen!
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+9 5. le_glaude commented 11 years ago

the "magic" briefcase on the left hand and a 6 pack heinekein on the right hand, that's it
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+3 6. ruhk commented 11 years ago

That's freaking sweet
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-12 7. oct4vio commented 11 years ago

mmm... Fake!
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+9 8. Rigel commented 11 years ago

i'd like to see him sit on it and bounce
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+6 9. Rathor commented 11 years ago

I think you can't sit on that chair... It seems to be to thin.
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+4 10. mmmendal commented 11 years ago

I heard a sound of an autobot transforming in my mind.
Pretty neat. More than meets the eye.
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+2 11. BrianDilori commented 11 years ago

Ya those legs look really too thin to sit on! I suppose there's a reason he didn't sit on it, you cant.....really pointless
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+7 12. mi7o commented 11 years ago

nice but it looks very simply, does is work like a chair????
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+5 13. dragonon commented 11 years ago

well, i'm in china and chinese have a way too short version.
People who stand in the train for like 16 hours. Many get it. And believe me if you see those things you won't believe that thing can support upto 200 pounds giving the impression of a baby toy made of lego stuff.
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+4 14. Repairman commented 11 years ago

I take mine to school :x
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+7 15. gringo commented 11 years ago

I wonder why didn't he sat on it :(|)
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+2 16. burnerboy commented 11 years ago

like others have said,it don't look strong enough...
but it's a good idea...
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+4 17. Geekster (admin) commented 11 years ago

#2 I don't know much about it, the video looks kind of old.... I don't think that chair is strong enough but the idea is brilliant :(|) 8-)
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+1 18. LightAng3l commented 11 years ago

As I watched I had a feeling they would execute someone on that thing ...
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+2 19. 876487098 commented 11 years ago

I could make a fold-up chair out of a piece of A4 paper. It would fit in my pocket, and be just as useless as this one.
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+1 20. moskwiz commented 11 years ago

Yeah #4, however I doubt there would be many people who would be willing to pay 1000$ for a portable chair :D