Zero gravity 2 in 1 chair lounger £35.98 or 2 for £58.98 @ livingsocial (sold by Your Essential Store)
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Zero gravity 2 in 1 chair lounger £35.98 or 2 for £58.98 @ livingsocial (sold by Your Essential Store)

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Found 25th Jun 2017
Don't confuse these with the cheep rubbish elsewhere. These are a quality multi position chair and lounger which also fold flat.

Genuine deal usually £99 each. See link below:

youressentialstore.com/Gar…low

It's a wowcher deal so a bit of a faff ordering. You have to buy a voucher first, then redeem it.

Typical uneducated illiterates voting cold before reading. Why do I bother!
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Might be worth checking in store at b @ m if you have one locally, my sister picked up two last week and paid £22 each from memory. Not online though
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tinkerbellian

Might be worth checking in store at b @ m if you have one locally, my … Might be worth checking in store at b @ m if you have one locally, my sister picked up two last week and paid £22 each from memory. Not online though



​Thanks, but these are nothing like the ones in B@M.
Heat from me cheers
Wadadli_Cooler2 h, 47 m ago

​Thanks, but these are nothing like the ones in B@M.

The ones in b and m in store seem pretty similar, and in turn they seem the same as the ones I got in tesco last year , apart from the fact that the normal "flat" position on most still gives a slight curve to the chair for comfort. I can see these have a completely flat lounger position though if that is your preference.


Edited by: "tinkerbellian" 25th Jun 2017
I am very interested in this but am concerned about quality. Are there reviews anywhere or does anyone have experience of these particular chairs? OP how do you know that they are 'quality'? Thanks for posting the deal btw.
Don't confuse these with the cheep rubbish elsewhere. These are a quality multi position chair and lounger which also fold flat.

Genuine deal usually £99 each. See link below:

youressentialstore.com/Gar…low

It's a wowcher deal so a bit of a faff ordering. You have to buy a voucher first, then redeem it.

Typical uneducated illiterates voting cold before reading. Why do I bother!


This made me smile, you might want to make sure you use the correct version of cheap prior to calling other people "uneducated illiterates" .
Edited by: "tinkerbellian" 25th Jun 2017
Interesting small print at the bottom of the linked-to page says

Fair processing notice - Data Protection Act 1998: Wowcher Ltd has purchased the assets of LivingSocial Ltd. Any personal data held by LivingSocial Ltd has been transferred to Wowcher Ltd for the continued provision of deals and will be processed in accordance with the Privacy Policy.

I'm not quite getting the comparisons above to a £99 set (which admittedly look similar). £99 doesn't necessarily equal quality, it could just be a higher profit margin - wouldn't surprise me on these kinds of goods.

There are plenty of others around the £60 or less mark - http://****.com/yas275du from Amazon @ £52 look similar so do these at under £50 http://****.com/yawkhew2. In fact the more I look, the cheaper they become ebay.co.uk/itm…902. Unless you are a Telegraph reader http://****.com/y78t28y8


So please explain why the posted ones are so much better value.



Edited by: "smokieUK" 25th Jun 2017
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smokieUK

Interesting small print at the bottom of the linked-to page saysFair … Interesting small print at the bottom of the linked-to page saysFair processing notice - Data Protection Act 1998: Wowcher Ltd has purchased the assets of LivingSocial Ltd. Any personal data held by LivingSocial Ltd has been transferred to Wowcher Ltd for the continued provision of deals and will be processed in accordance with the Privacy Policy.I'm not quite getting the comparisons above to a £99 set (which admittedly look similar). £99 doesn't necessarily equal quality, it could just be a higher profit margin - wouldn't surprise me on these kinds of goods.There are plenty of others around the £60 or less mark - http://****.com/yas275du from Amazon @ £52 look similar so do these at under £50 http://****.com/yawkhew2. In fact the more I look, the cheaper they become http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Textoline-Zero-Gravity-Reclining-Garden-Chair-Sun-Lounger-Recliner-Relaxer-/351000483902. Unless you are a Telegraph reader http://****.com/y78t28y8So please explain why the posted ones are so much better value.



​None of yours are remotely similar. They are smaller and don't recline flat. Just go and buy one off eBay if that's what you want.
I don't really want any but I was just asking why yours are so much better. I'm really none the wiser.

I didn't realise links to Amazon would get censored, my apols, but the ones you have linked to are:

Dimension: 178cm ( L ) x 60cm ( W ) x 78cm ( H ). Folds down to: 97cm x 61cm x 12cm for easy storage

Some Amazon ones I linked to were

Length 170cm x Width 66cm x Height:113cm, others were
Upright Position Dimensions: 90cm (L) x 65cm(W) x 111cm(H) / Fully Reclined Dimensions: 165cm (L) x 65cm(W) x 88cm(H) / Folded up Dimensions: 95cm(L) x 65cm(W) x15cm(H)

so not vastly different in size, and bigger than yours in some respects. All had 4 or more star reviews. Oh, and all were cheaper except the Telegraph ones.

So - I hadn't voted hot or cold but will now vote Cold as you have wasted my time proving that yours are not anything special.
Wadadli_Cooler39 m ago

​None of yours are remotely similar. They are smaller and don't recline f …​None of yours are remotely similar. They are smaller and don't recline flat. Just go and buy one off eBay if that's what you want.



So you could use these to lay on your front when sunbathing? According to reviews for the alternative chairs posted you cannot do that. So that would make these better items.
tonez

So you could use these to lay on your front when sunbathing? According … So you could use these to lay on your front when sunbathing? According to reviews for the alternative chairs posted you cannot do that. So that would make these better items.



​I agree, in fact I've not seen any reasonably priced zero gravity type recliners that lie flat before. Not sure they are any better quality than others as the guy that markets himself as 'Your Essential Store' is just a random importer from Croydon with 2 internet trading companies to his name. I doubt he has any more Quality Assurance credentials than your average eBay business seller although there is more buyer protection through eBay / Paypal.
gazdoubleu29 m ago

​I agree, in fact I've not seen any reasonably priced zero gravity type r …​I agree, in fact I've not seen any reasonably priced zero gravity type recliners that lie flat before. Not sure they are any better quality than others as the guy that markets himself as 'Your Essential Store' is just a random importer from Croydon with 2 internet trading companies to his name. I doubt he has any more Quality Assurance credentials than your average eBay business seller although there is more buyer protection through eBay / Paypal.



So are you going to get these? I need someone to decide for me
tonez

So are you going to get these? I need someone to decide for me



​Not sure about the zero gravity bit. Sunbathing in moon boots might not be a good look, not to mention the white bits!X)
Not particularly good reviews on Trustpilot:
uk.trustpilot.com/rev….uk

Anyone actually bought one yet?
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