Black History Fact Of The Day: The Sliding Skin Chair

Red, Black & Green Elsie Law LogoThe sliding skin chair was invented by Earl S. Bell. He invented this apparatus in 2003.

The sliding skin chair has a removable surface, which is referred to as a “skin.” The skin is composed of materials and composition of such resilience that it is able to bear the weight of a load while flexing and moving with the seated person. The skin can also easily be removed from the chair’s frame.

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