Chairs take up a whole lot of room in our home, which is why we tend to keep the extras in the basement. Bringing them up is a chore and they usually have to be dusted and cleaned off before we’re able to use them. Foldable chairs are always a good idea, but there is that space in between the back and bottom that make them unsafe for kids.
At first glance, I thought this was a great idea. An envelope that folds up into a chair, I mean how cool is that? The question of course is, “Is the chair strong enough?” Then I watched this video.
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Made from weatherproof polypropylene, a high-performance plastic that is usually used for stadium seating, this is one chair that won’t be collapsing any time soon. It’s easy to fold, strong and waterproof.
The chairs weigh 5 lbs each and can hold up to 175 lbs (junior size) or 11 lbs and a weight limit of 350 for the adult version.
Find availability and individual pricing by visiting Flux Furniture.