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    Kneeling Posture Chair - Where To Buy?

    Anyone know where I can get one of these from?


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    I checked Modernform, Rockworth and Perfect. Nothing even close. I will ask around for you.

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    ^ Thanks.

    There used to be a Scandinavian furniture shop at the bottom of the Phrom Phong BTS station, but I can't think of anywhere else.

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    If you have time you should go to Seacon Square. There are a lot of furniture shops on the 3rd floor.
    I checked Soho, Duriflex and Haworth also to no avail.

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    I had one of these years ago, my wife at the time called it as the "blow job" chair

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    Kneepads are cheaper for what you want to get done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BugginOut
    Kneepads are cheaper for what you want to get done.
    My desk is about 90cm high, so they may be cheaper, but I think my arms will soon tire.

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    Why not make one?

    Wouldn't be that hard.

    Custom made wouldn't need all the complicated adjustment stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandajoy
    Why not make one? Wouldn't be that hard.
    Steel tubing + welding torch + foam rubber + vinyl + 4 litres Chang = F**king mess

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    Wood.

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    Nice one Thety.

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    I tried to open your PDF document but it requires a password.

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    ^
    That's odd, I don't have one

    Anyone else having trouble ?

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    Worked fine for me.

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    I get a dialog box saying the document is password protected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandajoy
    Worked fine for me.
    Seconded

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    I got it opened. I tried to open it in Adobe Illustrator which works fine most of the time. I installed Reader and opened it.
    For some reason my Adobe Acrobat program got corrupted.

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    Ok, here's another one

    http://www.diaryofanadi.co.uk/?p=1158


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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbert
    For some reason my Adobe Acrobat program got corrupted.
    ditch the bloatware

    Foxit Software - Foxit Reader 4.0 for Windows

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    Quote Originally Posted by jandajoy
    Why not make one?
    Because I want to buy one.

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    Trying to get my head around this chair. I assume that some people think it is more comfortable for long periods at a time.

    Anyway, I will show the wife a pic.

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    ^ It's very comfortable, but more importantly keeps your back straight.

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    marmers, im pretty sure theres a shop in udon town mate, ill look through the pics i took when i had a stroll round town when i was last up there, im sure theres a chair shop that sells all that stuff

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    I showed the pics to all the designers in the office and none have them have ever seen a chair like this in Thailand. We do a lot of office design and furniture specification and have all the suppliers catalogs and I checked all of them to no avail. Maybe you will stumble across one but its a longshot.

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