Inmod Reproduction Bubble Chair (Made in the USA)
Made in the USA, Inmod’s own reproduction of this modern classic stays true to the Bubble Chair’s form, function, quality and is completely customizable, allowing you to choose from dozens of vinyl upholstery options, ranging from classic silver to bright colors, from various bubble acrylic colors, and to purchase with or without a stand. It’s important to note that despite its significantly lower price, Inmod’s reproduction Bubble Chair, unlike the “cheaper knock-offs” you may have seen out there, offers an alternative that every bit as awe-inspiring and well-built as the original. With a maximum seating capacity of 300 lbs, we’ve spared no expense in ensuring the safety of customers.
Formerly referred to as the “Spubble Chair”, our Bubble Chair reproduction has been featured in numerous publications, films, commercials and home improvement television shows, including “Extreme Makeover Home Edition.”
- Made in the USA
- 3/8" Lag Hook, 5-6" in length (not included)
- Most accurate Bubble Chair reproduction on the market
- Chain length is 6'
- Extra-thick acrylic shell, available in clear, translucent pink or translucent blue finishes
- Single piece heavy duty chromed steel ring
(Note: inferior reproductions use a two-piece ring bolted together in the middle, which minimizes costs, aesthetic value and most importantly, safety)
- Angled chromed steel welded loop for use as a connection point for hanging chain
(Note: Inferior reproductions use a bolted loop, which creates a less seamless look and minimizes safety)
- 300 lb maximum weight capacity makes the Bubble Chair suitable for both commercial and residential use
- Mounting hook not included with purchase. Must be installed by contractor.
- May be mounted and hung from Bubble Chair stand (available as an option above), or from ceiling
(Note: To ensure maximum safety when hung from the ceiling, professional installation of mounting hook is required)
Beauty & Quality in the Details
Using a thick cast acrylic, reinforced by a single-piece galvanized steel ring, our Bubble Chair reproduction is built to last and designed to inspire. With respect to the most discriminating, detail-oriented mid-century modern zealot or enthusiast, our single-piece ring provides a clean sleek look (accurate to the original), simply not found in cheaper “replicas” which use a two-part ring that is bolted together in the middle. Welded onto the single-piece chromed steel ring is an angled steel hook, which not only provides a connection-point for a chain, but also establishes the angle at which the chair itself sits in its suspended space. This seemingly trivial detail is often overlooked, and discovered only after the point of purchase of lesser-quality alternatives, which suspend at angles unsuitable for easy entry/exit, and which appear more upright (hence less accurate to the original). Also included with each bubble chair is a chain and mounting hook.
41.5”w x 31.5”d x 43”h
Weight: 43 lbs.
Weight Capacity: 300 lbs.
(1) Bubble Chair
LTL / Freight
Due to its size, this item does not qualify for free shipping, and is subject to a $150 oversize surcharge.
Please note: This item requires a door frame width of 30".
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Bubble Chair History
The Bubble Chair, designed by Eero Aarnio is a timeless modern classic. If you’re like us, you probably can’t help but just smile at its playful elegance. Some of the most genius inventions are the most simple, and the Bubble Chair is just that – a suspended translucent bubble within which one may escape for hours into a world all his/her own. Borrowing from his own “room-within-a-room” concept, which had been executed through the production of the ball chair, just several years prior, Eero Arnio invented the Bubble Chair in 1968 to provide an intimate escape pod that would also be well lit. Like the Ball Chair, the Bubble Chair also features a unique acoustic experience that significantly reduces outside noise, hence amplifying the intimate user experience.