Frosta

Published on May 9th, 2011 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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The Frost(a) Sledge






Materials:
Two Frosta Stools

Description: Needing a quick sledge we dismantled some well used Frosta stools and reassembled them after some hacking into a great sledge. Standard tools required and two hours on the kitchen table…

~ jonathan morris, London UK

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10 Responses to The Frost(a) Sledge

  1. Anonymous says:

    LOL, a video of the sledge in action is required ;)

  2. nffcnnr says:

    i have no idea what this is or what to do with it.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Maybe you mean a sled?

  4. MacMama says:

    Looks cool! Does is it work?

  5. IKEA Spotter says:

    Anon @ 3:11pm – Yes, they are the same thing. America English – Sled, British English – Sledge.

    I too would love to see this in action. I am having trouble picturing how it would work. Even so, it is a nice use of materials.

  6. bani says:

    The metal bits on the front bits (I know, I am clarity itself), what are they made from? Did you but any metal on the runners for added slideability (doesn’t look like it so I thought I’d ask)? Fantastic idea. A true hack!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Brilliant!

  8. Aliza says:

    I would use that as a random decor peice! it’s awesome!

  9. Anonymous says:

    Cool, I’d think you’d want to coat/paint the whole thing with polyurethane to protect it from moisture….waterproof

  10. Anonymous says:

    sledgend. ;)

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