Shouldn't that be SIT DON'T SIT?

Road Tested Chair. $2700.
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.

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9 Responses:

  1. tianawong says:

    hi. cool chair.

    according to MYLJ (a new LJ feature) you are one of the most popular among my friendlist so in order to fulfill the obligation i have w/peer pressure i must add you. hope you don't mind. besides, i glanced thru your journal and it is not dumb me like. :-P

    my name is tiana.

  2. fo0bar says:

    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.

  3. 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.

  4. This is a chair for a baby, or what?

  5. gytterberg says:

    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.

    They make it sound almost practical.

  6. a_0001 says:

    Is it UL listed?