The Curt Deck Chair’s Comfort is Derived from the Risk of Sitting in it
When, where, or why you’d need to take a seat in an alley is beyond our mind’s imaginations, but given the above picture we gotta assume it’s scenario many of you are faced with. Okay, so maybe it’s not a daily occurrence, but as they say, when there is a will there is a way.
And that would seem to be the mantra behind this funky looking chair. Much like a ladder, it depends on the friction generated by the angle at which the chair’s legs (if you wanna call them that) sit against the wall and the ground. For added comfort, as in security, the feet have been fitted with a non-slip rubber coating of some sort, though with a touch of water and oil, we’re relatively sure we could induce a tailbone breaking experience. Nevertheless, the Curt (that’s its name) does look comfortable in a novelty sort of way.
If $300 (the asking price) is too much to muster, first consider that it’s made by people with mental and physical disabilities in the land of Switzerland. So in theory you’re supporting a good cause.