Lets be honest not having a seat or waiting on one is a pain in the backside,especially us techies at events.

The idea for SitPack came about whilst its inventor was standing around waiting for three hours for Prince to perform on stage at Roskilde festival in Denmark in 2010. He noticed thousands of people drinking cans of beer on clunky deckchairs that are thrown away after the festival and had the idea of fitting a chair into something the size of a beer can that can be taken anywhere.

 

 

 

Sitpack is an innovation, which makes high-adjustable seating possible. Sitpack is perfect for commuting or travelling, festivals, skiing, outdoor adventure, watching the kids play sport, golfing, fishing, hunting and additionally provides great functionality for photographers and a great supportive device for seniors. It can even be used at standing desks to some weight off your feet whilst still keeping blood flow to your legs.

 

 

 

Imagine the relief of popping out a foldable seat when your back and knees start aching whilst standing for long periods of time. Could be watching a band in concert or at a festival, queuing at customs, playing golf, when in the great outdoors, watching your child’s football or rugby match or even being dragged to the shopping centre – well imagine no more!  Sitpack, the world’s most compact, foldable resting device is now available to purchase in the UK.

 

 

 

Winner of the Chicago Good Design Award 2016, Hamburg IF Design Award 2015, and Successful Design Award 2015 (China), Sitpack is a high-adjustable foldable seat, which, when folded, looks like a small, inconspicuous cylinder the size of a beer can. The real magic of Sitpack happens when you unfold the cylinder revealing a 13 inch wide seat, pull out the 34.25 inch telescopic leg which can be adjusted to your height and your seat awaits, letting you stay relaxed leaning in at eye level with your friends!

 

 

Made out of the same polycarbonate used in riot shields and bulletproof glass enforced with glassfiber, it is incredibly strong, light (less than 13 ounces) and does not need to be taken apart for  recycling as it is made of one material. It can support the weight of over 286 lbs. so is suitable for people of all shapes and sizes and at only 16.8cm (inch or CM) tall and 6.6cm  (inch or CM) in diameter, Sitpack can easily be carried in your pocket, your bag or as a stationary glove compartment accessories.

 

 

 

Sitpack is not all about portability though – it’s about convenience and health as it embodies the positive outcomes of resting with the right posture. Correct resting increases blood circulation and thereby your focus. It soothes a tired back and leaves only 30 percent body weight on the coccyx. The SitPack will keep your energy levels higher throughout the day, while stimulating muscles and balance.

 

Sitpack features a revolutionary system which after taking a few minutes to get the hang of locking each section securely, allows users to whip out the seat in seconds and, until now, no other seats have provided the same level of compact performance. The novelty lies in the engineering process, and finally, in the hands of the toolmakers. It takes 4.5 tonnes of high precision steel tools, to make Sitpack and the internal geometries in each tube only the best toolmakers can handle this task.

 

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Available in five stylish colours, Sitpack is now available to purchase for £45 at www.sitpack.dk.

For instructions on how to assemble and dissemble the Sitpack, click here 

 

Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

CEO and expert in transport, Mobile tech fan 20 years, mobile consultant, Nokia Mobile expert, Former Microsoft VIP,Multiple forum tech supporter with worldwide top rankings, Also working in the background on mobile technology, Weekly radio show, Featured on the RTE consumer show and Cavan TV. Award winning Technology reviewer and blogger. Part time actor and security professional and brutally honest when it comes to opinions.