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50822271 Deb381F15B M Jonathan writes “For those who do not want to spend $650 on an Aeron ergonomic chair, I have created instructions for making your own using common household items” Link. It may not look very good, but I admire the effort and it seems like a good use for an old phonebook.

Phillip Torrone

Editor at large – Make magazine. Creative director – Adafruit Industries, contributing editor – Popular Science. Previously: Founded – Hack-a-Day, how-to editor – Engadget, Director of product development – Fallon Worldwide, Technology Director – Braincraft.


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  1. Moofie says:

    That’s remarkably stupid.

  2. pencilneck says:

    … huh… moving along now….

  3. cyprshill77 says:

    I found an

    ergonomic chair

    for much less than the Aeron chair, and nicer than that odd chair jon has created. Check it out, I bought one and love it. Sitting on mesh is so different to what I am used to!

  4. cyprshill77 says:

    I found an

    ergonomic chair

    for much less than the Aeron chair, and nicer than that odd chair jon has created. Check it out, I bought one and love it. Sitting on mesh is so different to what I am used to!

  5. cyprshill77 says:

    I found an

    ergonomic chair

    for much less than the Aeron chair, and nicer than that odd chair jon has created. Check it out, I bought one and love it. Sitting on mesh is so different to what I am used to!

  6. cyprshill77 says:

    I found an

    ergonomic chair

    for much less than the Aeron chair, and nicer than that odd chair jon has created. Check it out, I bought one and love it. Sitting on mesh is so different to what I am used to!

  7. cyprshill77 says:

    Sorry about the multiple postings. For some reason my browser wasn’t working.

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