Candy Cabinet Stools?

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Re: Candy cab: your seat of choice?

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emphatic wrote:
ilazul wrote:There was also a similar tiny office chair from ikea, Hajdeby or Hadjeby (what is with ikea and these names?!?!).
Ikea uses Swedish names for their products. Sixten is a man's name "by" means village in Swedish, so that's Hajde village. :awe:
I knew they were Swedish, but had no idea about the names.

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j69 wrote:In that they are the same height and have 4 legs, Mr pedant.

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45cm is taller than the Japanese stools.
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So the similarity is that they have 4 legs. :lol:
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My Capcom Egg seats , hard-boiled butt soft to the touch !

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I feel that a seat with back support is a must for longer sessions.
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Pete wrote:Used to be £5, now...

http://www.habitat.co.uk/fcp/product/br ... ool/962964"

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Wow!! pushed them back up again... :lol:

I've got these and i find them perfect for a couple of hours play... (like i ever get that **** time for gaming anymore!!)
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How about some of these?

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A genuine Scottish arcade stool :awe:
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It's a well thought out design.
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Devil Soundwave wrote:How about some of these?

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Thats nice man. Where did you get it? :awe:

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omg that is awesome.
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Looks like the second to last boss of super ghouls N ghosts.
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I purchased a drum throne now (needed one anyway) and thus far it is not that bad.

Will rethink my purchase when my back starts hurting.
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Yeah those look nice if a little too long :think:
"Yeah lets all get ponys instead, wait no lol trendy cabs" Err I think you meant Ponies didn't you ?
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The length is perfect for two cabs. They're quite deep though...
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Ok if the castors are lockable, but looks too small to be terribly stable and the seat looks uncomfortable. Nice price though.
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Seat is PVC covered and padded. Diameter 34cm. They're for all intents and purposes the same size as the Japanese stools, except height adjustable. Locking castors? Stability noted though - can't beat proper legs.

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