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Old 09-17-2013, 12:47 PM   #1
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New Comfy chair on order!

Well my parents have a pair of these lounges and its pretty comfortable. I was looking at one before on sale but was still pretty pricey. This one is their deluxe model, with the 30% off coupon got it shipped to me for $65 Cant wait to use it next weekend!

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Old 09-17-2013, 12:59 PM   #2
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Well my parents have a pair of these lounges and its pretty comfortable. I was looking at one before on sale but was still pretty pricey. This one is their deluxe model, with the 30% off coupon got it shipped to me for $65 Cant wait to use it next weekend!
Hi Deryk,

I have this chair and it is very comfortable. The only downside is that it is not very compact and takes up a lot of space in the TV. That having been said, it always makes the cut when I am loading up for camping

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I will probably sew a bag for it and if it needs to lay on my bed during travel Im ok with that. I looked into some of the other real comfortable chairs out their but I like the idea of a lounge...my dad slept often inside on his... this one is wider then I need but its padded so should be real comfortable!
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Hi Deryk,

Storing it on the bed should work fine.

Yes, they are very comfortable. Jessica has a standard folding camp chair, but somehow always seems to wind up in my chair

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Any info on the weight limits for this version?
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Any info on the weight limits for this version?
Hi Lora,

I have no actual number on weight limits, but this is a very sturdy chair. It is not light to lift and has no noticeable frame flex.

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I saw 300lbs in the questions area. I have many friends over 300lbs so they will get told to sit elsewhere lol. I think the coupon code was fall30 for 30% off ends today.
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Well my parents have a pair of these lounges and its pretty comfortable. I was looking at one before on sale but was still pretty pricey. This one is their deluxe model, with the 30% off coupon got it shipped to me for $65 Cant wait to use it next weekend!

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You'll love it! Zero gravity is soooo relaxing. I've had my Lafuma for a number of years now and still find I can take a pretty good nap in it.
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Yup, I have that brand too and it's nice. Except it's not as comfy to wear shorts while on it. The outdoor material feels plastic-y and doesn't breathe. If I have shorts on, I put a towel under my legs.

Sometimes I wonder if they make this style of chair with a regular fabric covered cushion for indoors? It would make a nice living room recliner.
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Just ordered the Sonoma chair for $65. Thanks for posting Deryk
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NP, the rare times I find a good deal I always try to pass it on.

I havent spent much time with my parents outside in theirs, mainly inside. I figured the material is sort of mesh like that it would breathe. Well that can be remidied...now it says it is brown, the photo looks tan...green is my prefered colour, so I might look around for some nice hunter green towel like material and make a cover for it.
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Not the Comfy Chair!?
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I use mine as my recliner indoors. My SIL used the thinnest outdoor lounge chair pads she could find as cushioning on hers.
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