Inflatable Lounger / Air Bed / Sofa £7.99 Delivered @ eBay / pricebuster_uk1  - UK Seller - 450lbs / 200kg weight limit
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Inflatable Lounger / Air Bed / Sofa £7.99 Delivered @ eBay / pricebuster_uk1 - UK Seller - 450lbs / 200kg weight limit

£7.99£9.9820%eBay Deals
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Posted 2nd May
Great price for one of these from a UK based seller (can be found for around the same price from non uk sellers, but uk based sellers are £2+ more)

Ideal for camping, lounging in the garden or even the house


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Easily Inflation: In a windy day, it can be inflated fully less than 10 seconds after you run a few steps against wind without any inflator tools

Unique Square Shaped Headrest: Offer superior upper Back and Neck support that giving you the ultimate comfort anywhere

Portable Package: We only 1.7lb. Folding up to a size of 13.4"*9.1"*3.9" with a carrying bag; Upon unfold it, the size is 7.9*2.6 ft; inflates up to 67x27.5x17.7 inch. This air sleeping bag can be taken to anywhere anytime

Outdoor & Indoor: This air sleeping bag can be taken to anywhere anytime; specially suitable for camping hiking, beach swimming, outdoor BBQ, parks, backyard; You can use it as an inflatable bag, air hammock, air bean bags, cloud lounge, lazy bag, air filled lounger, air sofa, etc

Quality & Workmanship: Materials of our inflatable lounger are lightweight and Durable Nylon, Waterproof and can even Floats on Water. The purpose is to make sure it can really bear 450 lbs / 200kg weight, won't crack after jump several times.
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Azzin02/05/2019 14:41

I personally would get a rechargeable inflator to go with these.


They can’t be inflated with one, you have to run around trying to catch wind
Good luck trying to inflate them, so many are going to end up as landfill
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Have a couple of these. Never been easy to fill but when you do they aren't too bad. Kids love firing each other off of them!! Haven't popped either.
Great deal o
Heat and ordered. lets see if it lasts the summer
Ordered for festivals this summer. Scorcher OP...take some heat
Good luck trying to inflate them, so many are going to end up as landfill
Hard to inflate and our two have punctured easily. Beach use by adult
lucas02/05/2019 14:16

Good luck trying to inflate them, so many are going to end up as landfill


I personally would get a rechargeable inflator to go with these.
Azzin02/05/2019 14:41

I personally would get a rechargeable inflator to go with these.


They can’t be inflated with one, you have to run around trying to catch wind
lucas02/05/2019 14:42

They can’t be inflated with one, you have to run around trying to catch w …They can’t be inflated with one, you have to run around trying to catch wind


Ah in that case, eff that!
Azzin1 m ago

Ah in that case, eff that!


Yeah they’re difficult, I wasted money on one last year and binned it out of frustration 
"Please Note: Make sure the brand is "Homeme" and seller is sold by "MUMU UK". We won't be responsible for fake products"

Aren't they the one selling it? or are they a third party then for a chinese order.
I've got one, find it pretty easy to use and can even manage to inflate it inside, it's even easier outside, takes a couple of swishes then roll and clip.
Edited by: "dcx_badass" 2nd May
Had one of these for over a year now and still not managed to inflate it.
What's the point of having something you can only use on a windy day? Who wants to sit out on a windy day?
Only time I've wanted to use it is camping when the weather is good and that means I can't inflate it because there is no wind.

I've tried electric pumps and everything. Shame really. they look comfy.
I got a few back in the days of Amazon freebies for reviews - as above, never successfully inflated one.
Like with all things, it just technique. Watch a YouTube video on how to inflate them and learn. I've had these for 2-3years now and always take them on holiday with us so don't have to pay for sun loungers
r1mmm3r02/05/2019 16:02

Had one of these for over a year now and still not managed to inflate …Had one of these for over a year now and still not managed to inflate it.What's the point of having something you can only use on a windy day? Who wants to sit out on a windy day?Only time I've wanted to use it is camping when the weather is good and that means I can't inflate it because there is no wind.I've tried electric pumps and everything. Shame really. they look comfy.


Watch a YouTube how to and you'll learn to quickly do it. Like I said, I can do mine inside where there's no wind at all.
for the money surely its worth a punt....seen some of these for much much more!
Ordered 2 then read the comments, expect to see me running about the beach this summer then.
r1mmm3r6 h, 22 m ago

Had one of these for over a year now and still not managed to inflate …Had one of these for over a year now and still not managed to inflate it.What's the point of having something you can only use on a windy day? Who wants to sit out on a windy day?Only time I've wanted to use it is camping when the weather is good and that means I can't inflate it because there is no wind.I've tried electric pumps and everything. Shame really. they look comfy.


I guess you've never enjoyed flying a kite then
Sorry .. but... if these were flesh coloured.. given their Yonic appearance - I am confident an awful lot more effort would be expended filling it.. with air - yet less so than emptying it !

I am confident that this is the epitome of the phrase "A Fanny Pack"
Edited by: "kinell" 2nd May
Thanks Op . Ordered one to give it a go, too cheap not to 🔥
bought one of these in the past - only manage to last about a month or so before it started leaking - pretty useless after that. at least i got to use it once at the beach.
You're fired!!!
They are rubbish impossible to inflate 👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻
Ash_Fordham1 h, 39 m ago

They are rubbish impossible to inflate …They are rubbish impossible to inflate 👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻


Depends how fast you can run, also you can use pickup truck in order to inflate
Thanks OP. Ordered.
Don’t bother. They are absolutely a waste of money. Unless it’s gale force winds, you really struggle to get enough air in to support someone.
Markcfc113 h, 38 m ago

Ordered 2 then read the comments, expect to see me running about the beach …Ordered 2 then read the comments, expect to see me running about the beach this summer then.


Same
Sycric02/05/2019 15:19

"Please Note: Make sure the brand is "Homeme" and seller is sold by "MUMU …"Please Note: Make sure the brand is "Homeme" and seller is sold by "MUMU UK". We won't be responsible for fake products"Aren't they the one selling it? or are they a third party then for a chinese order.


"Brand: ProTech"
"Seller: pricebuster_uk1"


Nice of them to leave the warning in I guess.
bblgoose37 m ago

"Brand: ProTech""Seller: pricebuster_uk1"Nice of them to leave the warning …"Brand: ProTech""Seller: pricebuster_uk1"Nice of them to leave the warning in I guess.



Is that what you recieved?
Markcfc115 h, 27 m ago

Ordered 2 then read the comments, expect to see me running about the beach …Ordered 2 then read the comments, expect to see me running about the beach this summer then.


There's no running needed. It's about jolting the bag to get a rush of air in, then close the bag at the end of the jolt, and repeat until filled enough. It doesn't have to be 100% inflated either as you're going to tie the end anyway
dcx_badass17 h, 35 m ago

Watch a YouTube how to and you'll learn to quickly do it. Like I said, I …Watch a YouTube how to and you'll learn to quickly do it. Like I said, I can do mine inside where there's no wind at all.


Seems like some people are lazy or just have mastered it.
Useless.....useless
There is a knack to inflating these, took me a while but can do it with little effort
As featured on The Apprentice
coming up at £179.99?!?
Gone up to £179.99😯😯😯
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