The New York City "Walk/Don't Walk" signs actually work - and a remote control is included to turn them on and off. The legs are made from reconfigured, customized steel street sign brackets, with galvanized, heavy duty self-leveling feet.
The chair comes complete with all the genuine scuffs and stains of its New York City roots, and the seating surfaces have been reglazed with one inch-thick polished resin, cushioned with felt suspension. The chair plugs into a standard 115V AC outlet, and the standard bulbs (included) are replaceable. Handmade in New York City.
Shouldn't that be SIT DON'T SIT?
Road Tested Chair. $2700.
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hi. cool chair.
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That site has some... interesting items. Such as Phillips head screw cufflinks. And only $80! The only people who would buy cufflinks that looks like screws would be people who don't have a use for cufflinks.
Ironically, almost all of the crosswalk buttons in Manhattan have been disconnected. For actual realism, the lights should switch on whatever schedule their installer wants.
This is a chair for a baby, or what?
I've got one of those lights sitting around, blown down by a hurricane. Due to the odd perspective of them usually being 12 feet off the ground, they look a lot smaller than they are.
They are roughly 1.5 feet to a side.
http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/cover/2005/cover1007.html search for "19-inch bucket"
They make it sound almost practical.
Yes, thank god you don't have to go out and buy $0.30 light bulbs after you bought your $2700 chair.
Is it UL listed?