Inflatable Folding Sleeping Lazy Bag @ Gearbest - £23.80
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Inflatable Folding Sleeping Lazy Bag @ Gearbest - £23.80

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Found 26th May 2016
These look perfect for days out. They are advertised at £16.87 from their EU warehouse but there is no stock there so you can only order from China
Main Features:
- It can serve as sleeping bed and sofa for outdoor activities
- Made of high quality nylon material, durable to use
- 1.5KG weight, you can take it to anywhere and anytime
- 200kg loading, suitable for 2 - 3 person
- Equipped with storage bag, convenient to store
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I'd love to hear of anyone whose tried one of these. Are they really any good?
There are quite a few sellers on ebay for a similar price, or Google laysac for a reasonable UK distributor.
Have a look at some of the vids on youtube; it looks like they take a bit of getting used to.
Comes up as £23.80

Comes up as £23.80


Edited
One guy in it! Can't visualize 2-3 sleeping in it!
Shoot! The comments will come.....!

One guy in it! Can't visualize 2-3 sleeping in it!Shoot! The comments … One guy in it! Can't visualize 2-3 sleeping in it!Shoot! The comments will come.....!



2 - 3 people as a Sofa...

2 - 3 people as a Sofa...


Doh!!!

They have pinched the … They have pinched the ideahttps://www.indiegogo.com/projects/kaisr-original-the-ultimate-inflatable-air-lounge/x/8963811#/



even better
shop.fatboy.com/nl/…zac
I bought one of Ebay from a so called "UK" seller, but it still has to come from the far end of the world. Less than £20 though, and from doing a big of googling they seem all pretty much all the same underneath.

Edit: it just arrived, so maybe it did come from the UK after all
Edited by: "Quinten" 27th May 2016

I bought one of Ebay from a so called "UK" seller, but it still has to … I bought one of Ebay from a so called "UK" seller, but it still has to come from the far end of the world. Less than £20 though, and from doing a big of googling they seem all pretty much all the same underneath.Edit: it just arrived, so maybe it did come from the UK after all



Who did you get it from please? I'd like to order one.
ebay.co.uk/itm…151?var=&hash=item1c675e27f7:m:mG4ToqKarc12ev34rIZYOjA

I haven't tried to use it yet as it is an absolutely massive bag and I don't want to embarrass myself in the garden trying to fill it up, lol

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Inflatable-Sofa-Air-Bed-Lounger-Chair-Bean-Sleeping-Bags-Mattress-Seat-Couch-/121993308151?var=&hash=item1c675e27f7:m:mG4ToqKarc12ev34rIZYOjAI haven't tried to use it yet as it is an absolutely massive bag and I don't want to embarrass myself in the garden trying to fill it up, lol



Have you tried it yet?
I waited until it was dark (not really) and twirled like an idiot in distress with it. Only managed to fill it up for 2/3, but I reckon if you've got a little bit more space (our garden is tiny), you'll get the full potential out of it. Was reasonably comfortable though, even at 2/3s; it easily held my (cough) not so tiny frame

My wife was not convinced though, so it will be mine, all mine, when we're on our hols in France
Based on my experience of buying two different models. Things to look out for
1) U.K. Returns address
I bought one on eBay and found although shipping appeared to be quick and from UK when it started to leak air I was asked to ship to China for refund
2) safe load capacity I have seen between150 and 200 kg.
3) features
a) side pockets quantity, size and location) Tight fit for phone. Larger for book. Elasticated for can/bottle. Both sides
b) peg down point. When windy it will blow away unless pegged down or weighted down. Not essential can just peg / down with some string tied to fastener
c) glued and stitched seal to retain air longer. All seem to loose air over time the range I've seen quoted before needing to refill Is a couple of hours up to 6. The version I had from eBay which I returned due to a leak, looked superior but the one from bortshopping.com/laz…bag did a better job, I later found out that the inner bag, outer bag and plastic strip were stitched and glued together.
4) bag thickness/weight you want durability but I found the heavier bag I had from eBay made it more difficult to get air in it.
5) tube stitched together. I found the version with the edge of the tube stitched to itself down its length makes it easier to relax and to be more stable. (There's no whole for your bum to fall through)

There is a technique to getting these filled with air but you have to be prepared to move about quite a bit if there isn't a lot of wind.

I found prices are up and down based on demand, and stock availability my favourite based on the research I did and the two I've bought is the one from Bort Shopping in the UK, it was called LazyBag.
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