A 747 window frame?

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33 Responses to “A 747 window frame?”

  1. Jorpho says:

    I hear rectangles with rounded corners are “in” these days.

  2. Marty M says:

    Lawsuit from apple for using a rounded rectangle in 3..2..1..

  3. Bob Price says:

    Put a sheet of glass over the top, some legs and you got yourself a pretty bitchin’ coffee table!

  4. BDiamond says:

    Use it as a picture frame for a shot of the “gremlin” from “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet.”

  5. robcat2075 says:

    Test if you would fit through it in the event of a window failure and subsequent loss of cabin pressure.

  6. big ryan says:

    oven door retrofit, thats what i would want to do anyways

  7. Dave Pease says:

    the purpose of this item is to give you an easy segue to tell people you’ve installed boat windows in your house.

  8. Michael Escobar says:

    skylight.

  9. Donald Petersen says:

    Good to know the aftermarket’s there to help the next time some miscreant busts a window to swipe the tape deck out of my jumbo jet.

  10. Radiodiffusion Internasionaal says:

    Forget the window frame… Did you see the pair of First Class seats? For $2,450.00, that’s cheaper than flying anywhere First Class – and you get to keep the seats. 

  11. I would assume these would be fairly energy efficient compared to regular storm windows. So, buy a row and build them into your cabin Up North.

  12. Souse says:

    Mount it on the wall and attach the bottom half of a Gert Fröbe manikin dressed in a ’60′s era Army uniform.

  13. Antinous / Moderator says:

    Glory hole for elephant stable.

  14. cellocgw says:

    It all started with one lone 747 window, then I bought a seat, and then…  just like Johnny Cash  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hb9F2DT8iEQ  
    , there I was with a 7{4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12}7 of my own.

  15. seyo says:

    you can put a bird on it and just call it art.

  16. Hubertus says:

    loo seat?

  17. Mike Sperry says:

    many years ago my dad acquired the aluminum cutouts from some airliner windows (the part that is removed). We used them in the oven as pizza pans, and other baking needs. I wonder what happened to those.

  18. nettdata says:

    flat-screen display behind the window, with a running aquarium app/display.  Live your submerged aircraft dreams, full-on Airport ’77 style.

  19. Mark Neumayer says:

    Use as testing device to figure out how to make windows on plane open?

  20. Diogenes says:

    Moon roof!

  21. Joel Turner says:

    I think you need to build a real Maker display out of this, place a screen behind it attached to a motion sensor, when people get too curious William Shatner’s  face appears screaming. 

  22. Maureen says:

    You could incorporate it into your countertop – the opening itself could be put over your kitchen sink.

  23. Atvaark says:

    I’d frame an icon with it.

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