Here at Quick-Seat Chair, we like to think of our space saving temporary chair that also saves time by being so conveniently placed and easy to use, as using Space Age Technology. Well, for one thing, if installed in a Zero Gravity spacecraft, it wouldn’t float around and could conveniently be used. It even beats Zero-G to the punch, while closing itself up neat and tidy against the spaceship’s wall. Now, about that Bootstrap Paradox.

Not too long ago, being a Dr. Who fan, I heard about The Bootstrap Paradox in an episode, and decided to do a little research. In his October 15, 2015 article Time Travel and the Bootstrap Paradox Explained,  James Miller said “The Bootstrap Paradox is a theoretical paradox of time travel that occurs when an object or piece of information sent back in time becomes trapped within an infinite cause-effect loop in which the item no longer has a discernible point of origin, and is said to be “uncaused” or “self-created.”

I’ve often wondered about the Bootstrap Paradox and what would happen if someone brought Quick-Seat Chairs to the past and left them throughout history in various locations. Not being able to resist, I created a special fictional realm, especially for Quick-Seat Chair, with its own Quick-Seat Chair Time Travel Team, in a fictional realm known as the Quick-Seat Chronicles, featured on our Pinterest page.

I may be partial, but I love this product so much and see so many useful places where it can have such a mobility and ‘fall risk safety’ impact that how could I not want to wrap it in exciting adventures. Most of the time we’re lucky, we get to the Dr.’s appointment and we don’t have a long wait, and the Dr.’s office is a building with a close walking distance from the car. But then there are those times, and most of us have had them, when out of nowhere, that old knee operation kicks in, or like in the case of my brother, recently. at the Chinese restaurant. He’s very athletic, walks every night, sail races, and crawls around under his vintage cars when they need a repair. On top of that, he’s young. But last night, it happened. He had a slight twinge in his back earlier in the day from overdoing his exercise regime and was holding out really well. But after a long relaxing dinner seated in one of those bucket-seat type booths, he barely made it to the car. A Quick-Seat Chair just outside the door for patrons would have been perfectly placed. He could have sat on good old Quick-Seat Chair, and got his back straightened out, while I went to get the car. In reality, he was in too much pain to walk or stand and wait. He’s fine now, but this is one prime example of how Quick-Seat Chair really needs to be there anywhere and everywhere-in time and space-when you need it.

Quick-Seat Chair. Temporary Seating That Closes Itself