Longest Two-Wheel Office Chair Balance On A Hardwood Floor

Australia Nathan Smith

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Sydney, New South Wales, Australia / June 2, 2011

Nathan Smith balanced unassisted on the back two wheels of an office chair for 26.41 seconds while on a hardwood floor.

WARNING: This record can be dangerous. Caution advised.

- time starts when only two wheels are balancing and no body part is touching anything but the chair
- time stops when chair lands on ground or body touches surrounding object or floor
- must balance on back two wheels of office chair
- chair must be on wheels
- must balance on hardwood, cement or other hard floor; no carpet, grass, etc. permitted
- must observe URDB balancing criteria
- may not set record with legs beneath desktop

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Comments

  • response to this attempt Canada Dan Rollman

    Dan Rollman

    Awesome work! Hilarious ending, too.

  • response to this attempt Australia Nathan Smith

    Nathan Smith

    haha your welcome :D I expect you to have another go at it so we can challenge each other for getting longer (Y)Awesome idea btw

  • response to this attempt Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    love it, cheers Nathan for beating the record! For others wanting to try, I think cement or any other hard floor is also acceptable.

  • response to previous attempt Australia Peter Craig

    Peter Craig

    It's funny my wife was in the other room going "oooh", "ahh are you OK?" but it doesn't actually hurt but looks cool enough to appear dangerous - although I've heard it's not good for your back if you not careful with landing. Yeah this is labelled "hardwood" but cement or any other hard floor should be fine too... was surprisingly more difficult because the wheels were much more slippery. This was about 10 attempts until the chair broke :)

  • response to previous attempt United States Brian Pankey

    Brian Pankey

    Again great balancing skills Peter. I like this one better than the carpet because of difficulty level is higher. How many times did you fall over on your gluteus maximus before getting it to be a record? ha-ha-ha

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