Mar 262012
 

We all love to chill out on a large bean bag, read a book, watch a movie or just cuddle someone. Wouldn’t it be awesome to do that whilst lazing in the pool? Well now you can…

 

Amphibious Lounger

 

Bean bags has come a long way since the early days. Thanks to advances in fabric technology we now have large bean bags made from a variety of materials allowing beanbags to be used both indoors and outdoors. The filling that can be used also changed over the years. Today you get mainly two types if bean bag filing, polystyrene beads and shredded foam.

Now there is a new kid on the block, called amphibious loungers of floating large beanbags. These beanbags are made from a special material that allow water to penetrate and bond with the beads for greater stability and buoyancy.

Kai floating large bean bag

There are two brands of these amphibious wonders, KAI floating bean bags and Amphibious Lounger.
Kai floating bean bags is a rectangular shaped bean bag, big enough for one person. Made from Sunbrella® marine grade fabric. They are filled with buoyant foam beads and have drain on the reverse side to let water out. It also has a shoulder strap for easy handling.
You can order the Kai floating large bean bag from outdoorbeanbagsmart.

Amphibious Lounge on the other hand is a more chair-like design. This award winning large bean bag has a special porous fabric that lets water in to bond with the beans for added stability when floating. It is just as much at home on the pool deck as it is in the pool. You can go check out these beautiful large beanbags at Slack designer beanbags.

Kai floating large bean bag

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  2. […] Another large bean bag that would be perfect (if he has a swimming pool) is this floating beanbag. […]

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