This telescope-like contraption is actually a handy, portable stool. You can turn any waiting situation into a sitting one.
Sitpack folds down to a tall, cup-sized capsule you can slip into a purse or backpack and opens to T-shaped surface you can lean on. Anywhere. Rest at concerts, sporting events, or while in a long line. Because your legs stay extended, Sitpack is better for their circulation than your average chair.
While at a music festival, Denmark-based Maker Jonas Lind-Bendixen waited three hours for Prince to go on stage and then noticed thousands of chairs left behind. He wanted to create a seat—no bigger than a beverage can—that people could travel with.
When you're ready to rest, adjust the height until it's just right. The rubber grip at the bottom keeps you steady whether you're watching a game outdoors, waiting for the bus, or giving your legs a break at a standing desk.
With the little closed format users can easily bring it with them and use it at the next event. Sitpack has become more than a festival chair and is used in a long row of situations, where it can be uncomfortable to stand up in a longer time for example:
To make sure that we get the right product quality, Sitpack is produced in the middle of Jutland by the fabric Unika A/S, which is a one of the most recgnized toolmakers and plastic foundryers.