Sun, Feb 03, 2008
That's "Boss In Command"
Are you the leader of a major
company or organization, and sometimes wish you could escape
whining employees, irate customers and the weekly 'bored'
Well, the gang at MotoArt may have just the tool for you -- the
B-52 Stratofortress Ejector Seat Office Chair. Taken from actual
decommissioned B-52s, the seats have been reconditioned and
'office-ized' -- that is, mounted onto a wheeled base, and
upholstered in sporty red leather upholstery with custom painted
And while you may want to pull the "Remove Before Flight" pin
before starting your computer's engine for another busy work day,
at least it is safe to do so... since the firing charges have been
B-52 pilots routinely flew 12+ hour missions, but rather than
test the comfort of a military design, you will probably want to
eject after eight hours of office combat.
The seats are available in upward- and- downward-ejecting models
taken from the upper and lower decks from the BUFFs... so at the
end of the day, you can eject to your helicopter on the roof or
your car in the garage below.
As ANN has reported, MotoArt
offers an eclectic and unique line of items made from recycled and
refurbished aircraft parts and accessories. And as this latest
offering proves, they keep coming up with new and unusual ways to
decorate your office and home.
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