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That chair looks pretty.....

ARMED and dangerous

Should have created a plan of action and posted it in the mods sub-forum
 
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I do feel kinda sick from the plastic fumes when I was sawing it and it heated up...

But other than that it's sooo comfy.
 
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That's gonna break as soon as you lean back.
 
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That's executive, bitch.
this is maybe the best thread on TPU.


Side note: srsly that chair will break. I had one almost exactly like that, girlfriend sat on my lap and we leaned back a bit and the arms snapped off, don't imagine one missing 2/3rds of the arm would be much better.
 
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So goddamn executive. Think of us @ TPU when you fire someone from your executive corner office, from behind your executive desk, and in your executive chair. We helped make it possible.
 

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girlfriend sat on my lap and we leaned back a bit and the arms snapped off, don't imagine one missing 2/3rds of the arm would be much better.
ON A SIDENOTE: - Please tell me that you at least turned it into a joke by telling her she was fat and to lose some weight. Im guessing you didnt because youre still alive or not missing any limbs...
 

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this is maybe the best thread on TPU.


Side note: srsly that chair will break. I had one almost exactly like that, girlfriend sat on my lap and we leaned back a bit and the arms snapped off, don't imagine one missing 2/3rds of the arm would be much better.
"my girlfriend sat on me and we leaned back and the arms snapped off"

There's a lot missing between "leaned back" and "arms snapped off"

Wub-a-lub-a-dub-dub
 

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"my girlfriend sat on me and we leaned back and the arms snapped off"

There's a lot missing between "leaned back" and "arms snapped off"

Wub-a-lub-a-dub-dub
save that business for the front seat of a car and get your coon out of the gutter!
 
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Don't think they exist in the UK :( Also I was just planning on using a cheap manual saw, power tools are money :(
Well hacksaws do , , you don't have to use power tools on such assmall scale job.
 
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"my girlfriend sat on me and we leaned back and the arms snapped off"

There's a lot missing between "leaned back" and "arms snapped off"

Wub-a-lub-a-dub-dub
Yeah, I think he might of gotten a little too frisky for that chairs recommended stats.
 
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Well I've been leaning back like Fat Joe and nothing has happened. Believe me, it's strong.

Not only is it executive, it's unique. Only a thug ass executive would have something custom made, FOR MAH CUSTOM AZZZZ
 

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save that business for the front seat of a car and get your coon out of the gutter!
The best computer chair I've sat in was a front seat from a Saab 9000 on some wooden planks. Bolt it to the floor and it holds for all sorts of activities.
 

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The best computer chair I've sat in was a front seat from a Saab 9000 on some wooden planks. Bolt it to the floor and it holds for all sorts of activities.
I think this chair pretty much outdoes your chair....



The only problem here is that for 99% of us we just cant afford such a beautiful work of art.
 

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They arent designed to support 2 people at once. Only a recliner can really do that.

this is maybe the best thread on TPU.


Side note: srsly that chair will break. I had one almost exactly like that, girlfriend sat on my lap and we leaned back a bit and the arms snapped off, don't imagine one missing 2/3rds of the arm would be much better.
 
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1371640/Morbidly-obese-man-fused-chair-sat-years-dies-hospital.html

You don't want to be TOO comfortable.



Why the fuck does he have a chair like that if all he's doing is graphs and spreadsheets. What a cock.
Did you even read the article? the man had arthritis and found it really difficult to walk. Didnt like doctors so didnt go hospital - but above all he was morbidly obese. A man like that needs almost around the clock care and his death was a result of circumstance. Lets just say the choices he made wasn't the best ones.
 

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The finished product deserves a spot in the Ghetto Mods thread
 
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Ugly, but adequate, that is IF the brace part you left behind has a metal core, and it may not if it's a cheap chair.

There's an easy way you could beef up that brace if the chair feels too springy when you lean back though.

Just buy a metal (aluminum) yard/meter stick, if you can't find an equivalent size piece of alu in a metal scrap yard. I have a meter length stick I've had for years, even though I live in the states. It has metric on one edge, standard on the other, and is blank on the flip side. Note that if you go the scrap yard route, 7000 series alu is more expensive, harder to cut, and not necessary.

Now mark off a couple pieces to fit between the top back bolt and the front seat bolt, allowing of course for room beyond the bolts. Use the removed chair brace to do this. Cut the pieces to length.

You can angle cut and paint them if you care about aesthetics, but you don't appear to, so.

Measure the thickness of the bolts and center mark their spread distance on the pieces you cut. Drill the bolt holes. Note that it's better to error on the shorter than bolt spread side, then ream the holes outward a bit, as going too wide with your hole spread may cause too much repeated flex in the plastic chair brace if the bolts loosen slightly over time.

Then just fit the pieces of alu between the chair and brace. Wa lah! Simple, cheap additional brace structure.
 
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Ugly, but adequate, that is IF the brace part you left behind has a metal core, and it may not if it's a cheap chair.

There's an easy way you could beef up that brace if the chair feels too springy when you lean back though.

Just buy a metal (aluminum) yard/meter stick, if you can't find an equivalent size piece of alu in a metal scrap yard. I have a meter length stick I've had for years, even though I live in the states. It has metric on one edge, standard on the other, and is blank on the flip side. Note that if you go the scrap yard route, 7000 series alu is more expensive, harder to cut, and not necessary.

Now mark off a couple pieces to fit between the top back bolt and the front seat bolt, allowing of course for room beyond the bolts. Use the removed chair brace to do this. Cut the pieces to length.

You can angle cut and paint them if you care about aesthetics, but you don't appear to, so.

Measure the thickness of the bolts and center mark their spread distance on the pieces you cut. Drill the bolt holes. Note that it's better to error on the shorter than bolt spread side, then ream the holes outward a bit, as going to wide with your hole spread may cause too much repeated flex in the plastic chair brace if the bolts loosen slightly over time.

Then just fit the pieces of alu between the chair and brace. Wa lah! Simple, cheap additional brace structure.
Yea I doubt there's any metal in the brace part as I haven't encountered any, and yes aesthetics are definitely not my thing! No PC case, no attempt to hide anything, just needs to function.

I shall certainly look into your suggestions, thanks :)
 

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Man, o' man, this thread just reminded me of this:


Bhahahahahaha :roll:
 

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they sell 'em without arm's BTW ;)
 
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Dude Argos chairs you have to assemble as they are flat pack. I'm also pretty sure the arms come off with an allen key the same way they went on.
Bloody hell though it looks hilarious with them sawed off.

Nothing beats the crappiness of the Konix Multisystem (Konix Powerchair), this was almost a real production games console lmao. The hardware successor to this eventually became the Atari Jaguar.

 
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^LOL, that looks like a chair a Ken doll would use.
 
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