The Hover Chair

Submitted by: madest 6 years ago in Weird

The Japanese have come up with the answer for easily storing old people and their recliners.
There are 25 comments:
Male 3,076
@8BitHero yeah pushing the dust away from your path, works like a charm ;-)
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Male 3,619
i want it on my skateboard and i want it now
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Male 5,413
This could make cleaning the house fun :D
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Male 337
We made a thing like this in my high school engineering class...not really that impressive
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Female 171
nonsense! it`s on wheels! haha jk
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Male 47
I can just see this popping up in antique stores as a novelty someday, kind of how we look back at appliances from the 50`s

For all of Japans collective wit, it still looks like an ugly floating barber chair
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Male 3,060
TIME FOR GIANT AIR HOCKEY!
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Male 2,402
Attached on aan electrical cord. Put a battery on it and see if it lifts.
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Male 255
isn`t that a vacuum cleaner for lazy people??
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Male 15,510
Wouldnt work in America
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Male 25,417
Should be cordless
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Male 359
just what gramps needs...ANOTHER FREAKIN CORD
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Male 4,680

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Female 1,008
My uncle has one of these
...except it has wheels...and doesn`t hover.
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Male 39
waste of money... just buy a chair with wheels
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Male 967
ORECK,personal hovercraft suckers!
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Female 88
first thought that comes to mind, we`re that much closer to WALL-E.
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Male 39,544
um... what if you`re on a hill ?
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Male 2,388
very easy to push him around on ill you hit a mildly inconvenient obstruction
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Male 479
is that not just some old guy on a floor polisher?
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Male 6,694
Personal hovercraft.
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Male 716
Another useless product
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Male 2,670
I`m sure there`s a tentacle porn angle to this story somewhere...
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Male 3,369
Very cool, but too bad it sounds like a jet airplane taking off.
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Male 7,378
Link: The Hover Chair [Rate Link] - The Japanese have come up with the answer for easily storing old people and their recliners.
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