Take note everybody: PackTite Closet can do CHAIRS(9 posts)
This is just to help tout the imminent PackTite Closet, created by esteemed, frequent bedbugger.com participant djames1921 = David James, see packtite.com, by pointing out that based on its measurements when inflated of 40 inches by 36 inches by 30 inches, that means it’s going to be able to hold just about every kind of household and office CHAIR, isn't that correct.
Few chairs can fit in the regular PackTite. So this is a terrific advance, in addition to the new product's being able to hold suitcases.
Furthermore, chairs that are structurally open should be doable in a relatively short time, isn’t that also correct? If they aren't cushiony chairs or easy chairs etc., they don’t have many deep recesses the hot air needs to penetrate, it would seem to me. So maybe as little as one hour in the PackTite Closet should be entirely sufficient for a majority of plain wooden/metal-type chairs?
Perhaps DJ will want to address the chair aspect specifically here on bedbugger.com and in the promotional materials.
See discussion about the PackTite Closet over on the blog side at...
You got it jrbtnyc, a lot of chairs will fit, we will post some video of a three drawer small dresser in the unit as well.
Hint, Mr James: The PackTite 3 can handle a couch/king platform bed/pickup truck.
Hi. Just wondering how much the packtite closet costs; that would be a great advance, to be able to do card table chairs.
Also curious about the projected price on Cilecto's Packtite Boxtruck model:)
I have asked David about prices. The product is not in distributor's hands quite yet, and so prices are not being released yet. As with the Packtite, these may vary from one seller to another.
A couple of questions:
When folded up,what are the measurements?
is the inside hardware /rack collapsible? or will it still take up alot of room like the original packtite?
what is the measurement of the heating/blower unit?
As the size of the Packtite increases, will we eventually see a Packtite bed chamber, perhaps dubbed "SleepTite?"
I suppose the matress/boxspring would have to be separated first, but hey, it's possible.
The interior rack is will completely collapse. You can easily remove it as well so you will just have the bag and the rack, so it will break down even easier than the original Packtite. We will have video of the breakdown and set up of the unit done soon. Also, things are looking good for us to have product shipped out to our distributors next week.
So now, drumroll as to the "number" we're all waiting to find out...possibly not too far higher than the PackTite Classic so it's within range of (the legions of) sufferers-on-a-budget?
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