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January 28, 2006

Bungee Chair


From the website:

    Studio Office Chair

    Cushy job.

    Bungee-style cords, a gas lift, rolling casters and a swivel spin make this executive chair worth the ride to the top.

    Strong elastic black cords give firm, cushioned support and lessen fatigue.

    Black-on-black cords, powder–coated steel frame, casters and neoprene detailing mean business.

    • Steel frame

    • Elastic cord seat and back

    • Gas lifting mechanism

    • Neoprene accents for comfort


23"W x17"D x 35-39"H (17.5-20.75"H seat).


$179 here.

Prefer something with a little more designer panache?

No problema.

British designer Tom Dixon will be happy to sell you you his Rubber Band Chair (below) for $195.


Details here.

Note, though, that Tom's chair is a one–trick–pony: you sit in it and that's that.

No swiveling, rolling around, rocking or falling over backward and making a fool of yourself.

January 28, 2006 at 09:01 AM | Permalink


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