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    Default Re: $800/chair for Changi New Terminal

    Quote Originally Posted by dkw View Post
    I think with modern manufacturing processes, durability and design can be had for well under $800 a pop.

    IMO, airport authorities too loose with the purse strings.
    U are right. The first thing we should do is count the no of chairs at the terminal.

    I think it is a small figure as compare to the whole project.

    But it is still the tax payers' money.

    Anybody know the manufacturer of the chairs?

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    Senior Member creampuff's Avatar
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    Default Re: $800/chair for Changi New Terminal

    Maybe all our bus stops and other public places should install these chairs. With the huge volume, perhaps the unit price can come down to $80

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    Quote Originally Posted by creampuff View Post
    Maybe all our bus stops and other public places should install these chairs. With the huge volume, perhaps the unit price can come down to $80
    Many of these items are design in XXXX country and by XXXX designer cost $$$$$$ but at the end of the day, it is made in China or Vietnam where the production cost is $$$$

    Profit for the supplier $$$$

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    Default Re: $800/chair for Changi New Terminal

    After all these talk, I still don't know how the chair looks like. Can someone post a photo of the said chair, for mine as well as other CSers benefit please. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ansel View Post
    After all these talk, I still don't know how the chair looks like. Can someone post a photo of the said chair, for mine as well as other CSers benefit please. Thanks.
    U can have a glimpse of the chair at

    http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stori...307174/1/.html

    BTW the number is 3000 chairs

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