New York City has such a charm, it's hard to leave behind. The good news it that you don't have to resist taking a piece of the city with you!
"A remote control is included to turn them on and off. The legs are made from reconfigured, customized steel street sign brackets, with galvanized, heavy duty self-leveling feet," Gadgettastic says.
"The Walk - Dont Walk chairs are each built by hand and still contain all the scuffs and stains of living in New York for a number of years. If the old beat up signs do not take your fancy then you can opt to go for a squeaky clean look which will see the chair completely resprayed. The seating surfaces are made from one inch thick polished resin glass which sits on a felt suspension."
While stealing a sign from the Big Apple would be much easier on the wallet than shelling out $3,700 for the The Walk - Dont Walk chair, it would be well worth it to spend the money. Trust me, the NYPD is not a system you want to mess with! Besides, they're legit pieces from NYC streets.
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