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I, for one, hate sitting in chairs without arms. Additionally, many
chairs have very small backs, which cannot be leaned on comfortably.
This is where Portable Chair Modifications come in.
"Arms" with a vice or clamp on their ends , which can attach themselves
to a chair's back, and chair-back
extensions, which can clip on to the
backs of inadequate chairs. They would be made of a light, but sturdy
substance (perhaps layered cardboard?), and could be folded up for easy
||Might not work in your world, but in the world of "normgineering" I cobble together modular low-budget workarounds such as this out of foam, cardboard, and scrap wood all the time. "Within budget", that's my motto.
||Naturally, you'd have different models for certain sizes of
chairs. I was specifically thinking of the small hard-backed
chairs commonly used in schools. I can't imagine that it
would be easy to damage one of those.
||Here, here. A little vice grip on one end and you're in business.