Trey Chair, More Than A Chair?

Posted: Jun 28 2007, 2:21pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:33am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
Trey Chair, More Than a chair?
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Gamers and anyone who spends lots of time in front of a computer knows the value of a good chair. The Trey chair is a convertible design that can be used for more than simply working with your computer.

The Trey chair swivels 360 degrees, has pneumatic height adjustment, tilt lock control, and adjustable tile tension. The cool part of the Trey is that it can be converted into a floor rocker for console gaming of TV watching.

It can also be converted into a stool/table for holding your snack or laptop. Pricing for the Trey chair is $299 plus tax and shipping/handling in premium fabrics, $239 plus SH in standard fabrics or $269 for faux leather (vinyl) plus SH. This could be a great chair for the door room this fall or the game room at home. Via Treychair

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