Have you ever been stuck in traffic in a tunnel? It’s not the most comfortable of places to be especially when what seems like an eternity has gone by and other drivers are turning off their engines and even venturing to stand outside their cars because they now know two important things. The first is that they are going to be there for a long time and secondly, there is nothing they can do about it. They cannot turn back and they cannot push the course of the stream of cars forward. Everyone is waiting for the sign to start their engines so they can proceed and, indeed, see that light at the end of the tunnel.
My other least favorite thing to experience is when I’ve agreed to go on a walk along a park’s trail not realizing that it’s miles long. Usually one doesn’t realize one’s situation until too far in to turn back and to far from the end with no where in sight to sit and rest. It’s right about that time that you’ve also realized that your old Sciatica is acting up, or your Planter Faciitis hasn’t like walking along the stone laden trail, at least not for that long or, yup you’re wearing those newly bought walking shoes. Or, it’s somehow more humid deep into the woods and frankly, you wish you hadn’t ventured forth. You wish you had done your research on the dynamics of the trail or asked your walking partner if they had been there before, before you decided to be a good sport and agreed to this little walk! I think that this type of situation has happened to many of us because even though that old sore heel of yours has been doing great and your Sciatic nerve has been as cool and calm as a cucumber during your normal daily activities, the stress of an unanticipated long walk over different terrain, can have an impact.
These kinds of situations all have one thing common, the unexpected need to get off your feet and sit for a little while. That feeling may be so pronounced when it occurs that it feels like you will never get out of the park, and stuck like Dante’ in his quest to exit The Inferno, never see the light of day again, the “light at the end of the tunnel.”
When Quick-Seat Chair was invented, many scenarios were considered. Various physical problems were thought about and became the stuff that dreams are made of when designing a chair such as Quick-Seat Chair, that would help people in many circumstances to find relief and a way to continue as soon as they are a bit more rested. There is nothing slap-dash about Quick-Seat Chair. It is a well-planned, excellently designed, mechanically sound, sitting device that does exactly what it says it will do. Offer on the spot comfort on ample seating, easy to open, self-closing and, being weight tested for more than 800 pounds, you can be sure it will hold you safely. Its unique design is also created to meet infection control standards, and in these health challenging times, that is yet another relief. Let the places your frequent know about Quick-Seat Chair. In so doing, you will be helping to create the light at the end of someone else’s tunnel,as well.
Quick-Seat Chair. Temporary Seating That Closes Itself.