Jun 7, 2008

Ann Tancio


Sumo Omni Beanbag; More than Just Comfy

Well, this really just isn’t your run-of-the-mill beanbag, it’s at the top of it’s class. The first thing I noticed when it showed up on my doorstep was the pure size of it, however, that’s in now way a bad thing. Once I unpacked it all, there really was no other option than to let it catch your fall.

The size and material of the Omni also allow you to easily just crash on it, and with no effort it’ll morph positions to support even the most demanding reading and gaming sessions. Also, it’s rugged nylon exterior is almost impossible to tear, and it’s quite spill proof, too.

The Omni’s properties also make it one of the most unique beanbags out there, and in many cases it’s less of a beanbag and more of just a giant lounging pillow. Personally, I currently have the Omni setup in my room, and just crash onto it with the MacBook on my lap, in fact, I’m sitting on it right now writing this review. Something else I’d like to point out is that the Omni’s incredibly comfortable for long periods of time. I’ve already sat through a few long writing and movie watching sessions sitting in this preferred position, and now consider it an invaluable part of my setup.

I swholeheartedly recommend the Omni. Sumo’s done a great job implementing a great degree of comfort in to many of my daily tasks. Price-wise, many of you may think it’s $129 price-tag is “too-much” for a “beanbag”, but I think you can already tell from how much I love the Omni, that it isn’t. The sheer multitude of applications for it surely justifies the price. It’s less than most decent office-chairs, and you can even sleep on it. Some might even consider it’s “space-age” design to incorporate into a chic living space.

Overall, if you’re getting tired of the sofa, looking for a beanbag, or just a plain multi-purpose design-piece, look no further than Sumo’s Omni. I’m sure you’ll enjoy it as much as I have.

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