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Scooter Chair

Scooter Chair aims to please those who love the vintage look of the Italian iconic scooter made by Piaggio: the Vespa. Each piece uses original parts of the front chassis from the eighties model, the frame is in fact the back and seat of the chair itself, it has a leather imitation upholstery, a piston hydraulic system that lets you adjust its height, a swivel that allows you to easily turn your facing position, and soft tread spinning silent wheels. Scooter Chair is fully customizable, you may choose a wide variety of extras handmade at Bel&Bel with premium materials. A unique piece of contemporary design that is numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity.



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