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The Spectator Umbrella Seat is a chair anywhere

You’re on your way to work, and you have to wait at the bus stop along the way. Of course, there are a limited number of seats at the stop, and sometimes you don’t want to be the awkward person that sidles into that last bit of free space on the bench. You could just bring your own seat if you have a habit of coming earlier than the bus, but you likely don’t want to bring a fold-able chair with you, or carry it around all day for that matter.

This looks like a job for the Haas-Jordan Spectator Umbrella! This style of rump resting-place is modeled after the �seat sticks� that were used in England for cricket matches. It can be used as a cover from rain and sun, as a sturdy walking stick, or just a place to sit. The leather trimmed handle can open to spread its 13� leather seat for your bum. It has a rubber stopper to keep it in place, but you will likely need to have some balance whilst sitting to keep it upright. The canopy opens to 46�, and you’ll be looking at about $50 if you should want one for your own.


  • Trouble is, you can't sit on and be protected from the rain.

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