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The wearable LEX chair lets you sit where you want – but will it catch on?

A pair of aluminium legs that you strap to your bum could be the solution for people who find there are not enough chairs in the world. As long as they don’t mind looking ridiculous

On Wednesday night, the Tech Insider Twitter account made a simple statement: “This wearable chair could change how we work and travel.” The text was accompanied by a short video advertising the LEX bionic chair, a pair of £200 foldable aluminium legs that you strap to your bum and lean against whenever your legs get a bit tired. In the video, a man uses the LEX while sitting at a desk, waiting for a bus, and taking photos. It really does it all.

This wearable chair could change how we work and travel pic.twitter.com/KO8QoUcrut

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1 thought on “The wearable LEX chair lets you sit where you want – but will it catch on?

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