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I'd like to know this as well before I pull the trigger on this...
wcorissa wrote:Do the the plastic things for pressure points and the lumbar support come with this? I have had this item on my amazon wishlist for months and think it would make a good anniversary gift for my boyfriend who is 6'5" with mild back pain.
Bought... lots of stuff...
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pupyluvr wrote:A treadmill represents a much greater value as far as laundry capacity per dollar however with this unit I believe you would be able to hang more shirts & trousers whereas the treadmill would allow for more stacking space. It would depend entirely on your needs.
FTW! That was awesome!
A number of Woots, a few Random Bags of Crap. Life is good!
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In case anyone is concerned about buying one and then having it become another laundry rack, rest assured it is also an excellent cat toy! My husband actually uses ours every morning and loves it, but when not in use, our youngest cat likes to play on it. He climbs on everything so I thought it would be funny to put him at the headrest and see what would happen. The first time it took him about 15 minutes to get off, walking back and forth as it teetered up and down. Now, he will jump and "surf" on it It is one of his favorite toys!
forever fighting the urge to buy something just because it is cheap and cool...wait, it's cheap and cool, let me click that big yellow button!