Would you pay £20,000 for a CHAIR? 'Zero-gravity' seat claims to be the ultimate in office comfort
For those of us who spend hours glued to our seats in front of a computer, getting a comfortable chair can seem a never-ending battle.
But one chair designer claims to have created the ultimate design that can make users feel like they are weightless – the only catch is it will set them back £20,000 ($26,000).
The designers claim the Elysium uses a combination of electronic joints and bearings that work together to help to create the sensation of floating in zero-gravity as they decline.
Made from a carbon fibre skeleton and milled aluminium, the chair can also be controlled using hand... read more
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