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Had to replace some parts on a chair today.  Owner said it cost him $8k.   It had a foot & leg massage, USB port, 4 ports on each side for air (inflating something?), a back massage, twin speakers that play soothing sounds, and who knows what else (wifi, bluetooth?  - he was running it from a tablet).   It weighed so much that I could barely move it.   The delivery guys apparently banged into walls on the way in and scuffed both sides.  I should have taken a photo of the "engine compartment."  




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17 hours ago, kmealy said:

(inflating something?),

Ego, perhaps? :rolleyes:


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Got a flier from Sam's Club.  Your customer overpaid a little.  Still doesn't put it on my need to have list.





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8K vs 2k? @HARO50 and @Grandpadave52 were right on. Ego and stupidity is expensive. And, no this not a rant against green tools.;)

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