Product Review: Sumo Lounge Omni Chair

Science Blog gets a lot of offers for schwag, usually books or DVDs from publishers looking for ink. And whether it’s laying in for a marathon session with the Firefly boxset, or curling up with Fiasco, a man wants his comfort. So you could do a lot worse — a lot — than Sumo Lounge’s Omni, a sort of oversized, four-sided, maleable beanbag chair. It’s big, at 5.5 feet x 4.5 feet, but not especially heavy. And the outside is made of some space age canvasy material the manufacturers say is nearly indestructible. I’m not sure I’d trust it with a nervous Jack Russell, but in terms of daily wear and tear, my experience is that they’re right. Now, spending $129 on a beanbag chair isn’t for everyone. But if you like the idea and looks of this thing (it comes in a bunch of nice colors) you’ll find on Disc 3, when the Serenity crew is mixing it up with the canabalistic and insane Reavers — and you realize that you’re bum still isn’t numb — you’ll appreciate the investment.

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