Milorad Simic - Thousand Oaks CA
A combination chair, dolly and table which is formed of an interconnected leg rest section, seat section and back rest section. The leg rest section is pivotally connected to one end of the seat section with the back rest section also pivotally connected at the opposite end of the seat section with the leg rest section and the seat section capable of being positioned in juxtaposition with the seat section or each locatable to an extended position which is in substantial alignment with the seat section. Mounted on the bottom surface of the seat section is an extendable wheel assembly and a separate extendable leg assembly. An extendable handle assembly is also connected to the seat section. With both the leg assembly and the wheel assembly located respectively in their usable positions, the apparatus is capable of being used as either a chair or as a table. With the wheel assembly located in a usable position and the leg assembly located in a stowage position with the handle assembly located in its extended position, the apparatus is usable as a dolly with a separate extendable bottom bar being moved to an extended position.