Jonas Rylander and Michael Hollesen Design Ballerina Sweetspot

Swedish designer Jonas Rylander and Michael Hollesen for a company called Klutz Design have designed the ballerina Sweetspot, which is an audiophile listening chair that is being touted as a revolutionary product for those who love music.

The user must certainly be rich as the chair costs $8000 and it is a simple chair with arm rests but it avoids rear reflections, comes with a low back and the feet absorb vibration. It is an awesome gift to people who love music and it would be available in early 2010. The chair looks chic, stylish and it would be a great addition to the living space and it does not damage the decor.

It would neatly be placed in the corner of a room or drawing room and I am sure you would want to either buy it for yourself or your music loving friend. However, I feel the 8000 dollar price is a little too much. If only the price was slightly lesser, it would have been a great product to buy or gift. Nevertheless, one must consider the cool way it has been engineered to make sure listening to music is a great joy.

Via: Audio Junkie
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