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Sumo SumoSac Bean Bag Chair

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Written by DM on Sunday, June 29 2008

From time to time here at GR we are privileged enough to have the opportunity to review items that do not necessarily have any direct relation to gaming. This includes things like speakers, headphones, and even furniture. Today’s falls into the latter category. The SumoSac Beanbag Chair, made by Sumo, is basically the Cadillac of bean bag furniture, if you catch my drift. Sumo was gracious enough to send us one of their “sacs” for review, so let’s check it out!

As I said, the request from Sumo to review their chair was one of the more unique review requests we received, but it was a very welcome one. As you may or may not know, bean bag chairs are currently one of the more chic items for urban living, and they have come back into style with a vengeance within the last year or two.

The first thing you will notice when the chair arrives is the weight. The package that contains the chair is heavy. I mean twenty pounds or so heavy. Sumo vacuum-packs the bean bag chair parts in order to save on shipping, so the box it comes in is column-shaped, and about the size of two tower-style PC computers standing side-by-side. I actually had no idea what the package was when I received it until I checked the packing list.

When I say that Sumo vacuum-packs the chair, I mean it, folks. I had to rip the box in order to get the bean bag chair out! Now, just to let you know, the SumoSac does require some assembly. The contents of the package included three components. In order to understand why, you must know that the SumoSac has an inside and an outside covering. The inside cover is the part that contains the actual “beans” of the chair, and it fits inside the suede-style outer covering, via a zipper. These two parts plus the SumoSac literature make up the three-part package.

The Flip-Flops Are Adult Size, The SumoSac Is Big!

As I said above, the SumoSac does require some assembly. The inner-sack that contains the beans, since it has been vacuum-packed, has to be broken up a bi before you can fit it inside the outside cover. This took a bit of doing, to be honest, but eventually I was able to get the beans flowing. Once they were broken up, it was an easy task to unzip the outer case and fit the inner bean case inside. A quick zip-up of the outer case and you are ready for pure bean-sitting bliss. Plus, when you drool on the sack when sleeping, you can zip off the cover, wash it, put it back on, and no one will be the wiser.

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