Sumo Lounge bean bags & lounge gear
The Holiday Gift season comes early from our friends at Sumo Lounge. The team at Sumo was kind enough to offer me a Sultan to review, and this item definitely does not disappoint. The box arrived a lot smaller then the item size which was perfect, because I don’t know how I would have fit it through my door way at 54×54. After I took it out of the box it took a little while for the item to expand to it’s full size, this only took around 1-2 hours.
Once the item was ready to go I began running it through the standard tests, long sessions of Skyrim and MW3 check, run through of Cowboys vs Aliens check. The item felt great while watching a movie and offered great back support as well as molded to my body. During gaming it was comfortable but would have been nice to have a bit more upright back support but that is where Sumo Lounge also offers an item that solves this the Sumo Sway.
After both of the standard tests I fell asleep briefly on the Sultan and I have to say it was definitely a comfy nap! All in all this item is a great value at $249, four color choices and two fabrics as well as free shipping it is a great alternative to the standard couch or chair. So show that you care about your loved ones this Holiday season and give them the gift of comfort.
If you’ll excuse me I have some lounging to do.
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