Sumo Omni Review
Stay put, you're still in the right place. I know what you're thinking, "Furniture review? On GND?" Bear with me a moment and I'll try to clear up some of that confusion.
Sumo Lounge Gear, various styles and sizes of that furniture we loved so much back in the 80s, incredibly oversized bean bag furniture, only much improved and much more comfortable. Sumo actually has a pretty impressive resume and reputation, paired with their continuously expanding product line as well as their innovation, they have more than just foam filled "bags" like so many of their competitor's lacking selections. I was excited when I found out I'd be reviewing one of their products.
Why review furniture though? Most, if not all of Sumo's products can definitely fall into the "Gaming Gear" category. No game room can be complete without some sort of comfy seating arrangement. So unless you want to mount your TV to the ceiling and lay flat on your back on the floor, you're going to need something to park your butt in.
So lets take a look at Sumo's entry level bean bag, the Omni (Note, there are no actual beans, or any other type of legume in any of Sumo's impressive product line.)
Features and Specifications
When they say "super-sized beanbags," They mean it quite literally. This isn't your typical round foam filled bag you've seen in the malls and other online sources for the last few years. This is a giant 5.5' x 4.5' rectangle made from a rip-proof nylon and filled with tiny polystyrene balls. It is surprisingly light, and easy to maneuver, considering its size.