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Sep 13, 2006

Ann Tancio


Recently I ordered “Charcoal Green Sumo Omni Bean Bag”, because I wanted to try something new, as well as to make my apartment cozy by bringing in some new funky furniture.

A few days after I placed the order, it was delivered to my door by FedEx. I was surprised how big this beanbag chair was in real life. I read on the internet that the size of this chair is 5.5 x 4.5 feet, but in reality the impression is more subversive. For example, my couch at work is about the same size.

When FedEx delivered it to me, I decided to take the beanbag chair to my new apartment, which is in a different town. I have a Ford Focus, and I have to say that I can get this chair in only by pulling both front seats forward. More than that, there was so little space left, that I could hardly see what’s going on behind the car while I was driving.

What else, despite the size, is so cool about this product? It’s stuffing, which ideally conforms to a person’s height and makes it comfortable for everyone. Besides it’s not like a regular couch – just shake up and it’s ready to take a new form. There is a double closure at the filling hole, which is why you never have to worry about leakage.

The biggest delight with my “Sumo Omni” was with my girlfriend’s four-year-old daughter, who can jumps on it all day long. You can imagine how big it seems when compared to her size.

If you ask me if it makes sense to buy one – the Sumo Omni is certainly a worthy purchase at a reasonable price.

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