Matty, you should patent "The Fart Chair". And maybe an adapter to inflate the NEO (I'll give you that idea, just send royalties).
i love your idea. I have hip arthritis (both of them, 1 replaced). I always carry a camp stool with me, I am using a Walkstool Basic, 23 oz. It is 20" high. Its my one backpacking luxury.
A normal standard kitchen chair is 18" high. Now I know, thats a lot, but I'm stuck otherwise I couldnt move (from getting stiff on a hard surface), without sitting on something comfortable, & with bad hips its very difficult to get up off the ground (without the sickening sound of hip crepitus/ bone crunching on bone sound, going on & possibly an "I got you" sharp pain my hip wants to deliver at unexpected times during getting up, sigh).
As its 2 years after or so that you posted, I think I've seen you all brought this idea to fruition.
My only suggestion is to add shock pole hiking poles to your offering, as this is what I also use, I wouldn't hike without them (too painful).
Thank you for thinking of us arthritics, theres a good special place in heaven for people like you. Any physician will tell you, to keep active even if you have arthritis.
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