Just like the Sith, some of my ideas are born of hate. I loathe office chairs because despite their initial good looks and comfort, they are not durable. How companies not factor in this wear-and-tear into their chair designs is beyond me.
That said, I have designed what I feel is the one chair to rule them all. This heavy duty chair is a monster: steel frame, redundant wheels, shock absorbers, and tension springs. It is painted yellow to alert your co-workers of its presence; a trait symbolic of its construction equipment pedigree. Essentially a Tonka chair!
Some features not visible in the pic that I would include in its design: 1.) Easy to remove seat cushions for cleaning, though I designed this baby to roll through a car wash. 2.) Small ‘gas flap’ openings for adding oil to the swivel bearings. 3.) If you go backwards, the chair makes a beep beep beep sound. Kidding.