A torch to make you look tough

WIN THIS AMAZ­ING SPORTS CHAIR – WORTH £650!

Midweek Sport - - GADGET BOY -

MOD­ERN STYLE SPORTS CHAIR – £650 EV­ERY guy’s dream is to have the ul­ti­mate man cave – in mine I have pad­dling pool and a Hello Kitty Pez dis­penser.

What bet­ter way to start than with a tai­lor-made sports chair fea­tur­ing your favourite team’s strip?

You take your side’s shirt, send it to th­ese guys and quicker than a chee­tah’s fart you have got your­self an awe­somelook­ing piece of bespoke fur­ni­ture.

It doesn’t mat­ter which sport you’re into: If you send it they will build it.

So whether it’s football, rugby or cricket – it doesn’t re­ally work for divers… speedos are a bit small for an en­tire chair – you can have your favourite team im­mor­talised as a seat to sit back and re­lax in when it comes to match day.

It’s the ul­ti­mate show of sup­port. What bet­ter way to watch a game than on a chair that bares the crest?

Th­ese things are not just a gim­mick ei­ther – they are fan­tas­tic qual­ity items that are made us­ing top-end beech wood that’s sourced in Blighty and is sure to last al­most as long as you do.

Plea­sure

That’s what makes this chair so great. It’s more than just a nov­elty gift, it’s a lov­ingly hand-crafted piece of fur­ni­ture which not only looks good now but will con­tinue to do so for many years.

The team which makes them has over 50 years of ex­pe­ri­ence be­tween them. This isn’t a guy in a garage knock­ing out crappy so­fas!

It couldn’t be sim­pler ei­ther. They ring you up for a good old chin­wag about which shirt you want to use and iron out any other queries you may have.

They then send you out a pre-paid en­ve­lope for you to put the top in. You just pop it in the let­ter box and the ball is well and truly in mo­tion.

Af­ter it’s built it will be de­liv­ered to your house for your seat­ing plea­sure – and your butt will thank you.

Com­fort­able and stylish, the only prob­lem will be stop­ping your mates de­fac­ing it when they come round for a drink. Club ri­valry can be in­tense!

www.sportschairs.co.uk

WONKEY – £4.99 NOT re­ally sure if the fur­ni­ture-straight­en­ing Wonkey is a good idea or not. It could come in handy, I guess, but then again any num­ber of things can be jammed un­der ta­ble legs.

If you’re con­stantly find­ing your­self sur­rounded by badly­built ta­bles and chairs, with­out any other item in the room, then it’s great. If not, a fiver will buy you a KFC… I know which one I pre­fer. TRUN­CHEON TORCH – £29.99 ON the web­site it says “the long, smooth shaft has a re­as­sur­ing weight to it and feels ex­cel­lent in your hand”… filthy bug­gers!

So if you’re look­ing for a torch that would fit right into a Carry On film, this is the one for you.

If you’re the kind of per­son who takes a torch to a party then this is HERE’S your chance to win at an amaz­ing Sports Chair cour

tesy of our friends All you need is a favourite (the larger team’s shirt that you want

the bet­ter) and to an­swer to be im­mor­talised A. Which wood is one sim­ple ques­tion:

used to a) Oak build the Sports Chairs frame? b) Beech c) Pine

Send your an­swer , along num­ber, with name, addr ess and

to: Spor ts Chair Com­pe­ti­tion, day­time tele­phone Ltd, Floor 3 Mclar en Gadget Boy

House, Lan­cas­trian , Sun­day Spor t (2011) Traf­ford, Manch­ester, Of fice Cen­tre,

M32 Tal­bot Road, Old an email at 0FP. If you pr efer the in­ter

web then send us A cou­ple of weeks ago we great pair of­fered one lucky reader

of Sol Repub­lic head­phones the chance to win a Af­ter putting all the and a One for

names in a All Aerial. from Wed­nes­bury hat, this week’s win­ner in the West Mid­lands. was Mr MJ Larmer

We hope you like them! ideal. Not only will you be able to dance to hard­core dub­step as lights flash all over the show, if some­one f***s with you you’re tooled up. It’s a torch/ light-show/weapon combo!

Al­though it will light up dark places, it doesn’t ex­actly blind you. This re­ally is a pretty stupid prod­uct but if you want a light-up beat­ing stick then go for it.

www.fire­box.com

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