Inflatable Outdoor Sofa

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Inflatable Outdoor Sofa

Ready to get fancy?! This tear-resistant inflatable sofa can seat 30 people. Its large circular form is perfect for entertaining, and there’s even a central table for setting food and drinks (or doubling as an ottoman). Made from 100-denier PVC, the stain-resistant sofa also includes 8 rings that will keep it in place in the event of windy weather. At $7,000 it’s not a bargain, but it will definitely be the conversation piece at your next party!

Inflatable Outdoor Sofa

This Sportsstuff six-seater pool sofa is perfect for group conversations, and everyone gets a cup holder! Plus, with an open pool in the middle, you can dip your toes in and enjoy the cool water while you float. Cushioned head and back rests and contoured arm rests make this inflatable sofa as comfy as it is fun. 

Inflatable Outdoor Sofa

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The Intex Inflatable Pull-Out Sofa is under $47 via Kmart, and its portability makes it perfect for pulling out when company visits, or for taking with you when you travel to visit others. It’s waterproof, making it great for outdoor use as well. Plus, the piece folds out to a queen-sized mattress! Not bad for a bargain:

Inflatable Outdoor Sofa

Or you can go all out with this Pink Inflatable Chesterfield Two-Seater from M2B. The company offers custom options, so don’t hesitate to personalize your sofa by requesting a specific color, shape or set of dimensions.

Inflatable Outdoor Sofa

The 3 best inflatable air loungers in this review all support up weights to 350 pounds or more, so you can enjoy them with someone special. They don’t need an air pump to inflate, and you won’t have to wear out your lungs to fill them. They stay inflated for a few hours, then you can top them off, or pack them up and carry them with you. None of them weigh more than 4 pounds and they all come with tote bags.

Inflatable Outdoor Sofa

People are taking these self-inflatable air lounges to all sorts of places and all kinds of events because they’re so comfortable, easy to transport, and quick to set up. Let’s look at the top three loungers to see which one is the best deal for you.

Inflatable Outdoor Sofa

You’ve seen a lot of inflatable lounge chairs, so what makes the Whozzu Air Lounger different, or better? For one, the external material is 210D ripstop parachute fabric. That means it’s tough enough to resist tears and rough terrain, but it feels silky soft. It’s also waterproof, so you can enjoy the Whozzu in your pool.

Inflatable Outdoor Sofa

If you want to enjoy the Vansky lounger in the pool, it floats and it’s waterproof. It stays inflated between 4 to 8 hours, depending on conditions. But if you prefer to enjoy it in the park, at the beach, or on a mountaintop, you can. It’s very lightweight at just 2.5 pounds, so it’s easy to being with you in the included carrying bag. In case there’s any problem, Vansky offers a 45-day money-back guarantee on the inflatable lounger.

AeroNest has an easy answer for you: they sell replacement liners. As for cosmetic damage to the surface of your inflatable lounge, you have a couple of options. Stores that sell tents and camping equipment usually sell nylon repair tape. This is like a Band-Aid to hold the wounded material together. It’s not permanent, but it will hold for a while. Some repair tapes need a pass with a low-temperature iron to seal them onto the nylon.

Hi Gloria , your question was so good.And we finally found 2 companies that can ship these inflatable lounges to Australia and New Zealand.Shortly afterwards,we reviewed their products , Please read the review above again

Leave your webbing straps at home. This summer, multiple small brands are selling so-called “inflatable hammocks,” which offer ad hoc seating anyplace in the outdoors.

We covered a product last month, the Koze, which was yanked off Kickstarter in this arena. Other companies, like Billow Bag, are cropping up. It’s apparently not hard to make and sell these inflatable seats.

Sofair also designs a series of chesterfield sofas, showcasing inflatable pieces in colors such as white, black, red and green. Durable, fire-resistant and weather-proof PVC is the material of choice, and the best part is the 5-minute set up and fold-down time! Below we see selections from the Winston Range. 

Besides using inflatable chairs for entertaining at home and overnight guests, you can deflate them and pack them up for camping trips, beach picnics, backyard cocktail parties and more. Portability is another great feature of blow-up furniture.

And if you aren’t already familiar with inflatable chairs and sofas, you are in for a treat. These are really comfortable for reading, watching tv and napping. You can sink right into them, and they kind of mold to your body while still keeping a firm shape.

Here is the original Lamzac Hangout. They say that this is their new model released in March 2016. It’s the strongest of these three similar air loungers because it supports up to 440 pounds. It’s also the largest. The dimensions are about 81.7 by 35.7 inches when fully inflated. This means it really can be a comfortable couch or sofa for three people. The exterior is made from rip-stop nylon. Although it is made to repel dirt and moisture, you can clean it with lukewarm water and mild soap. If you want to see just how “moisture-repellent” the Hangout is, check out this video. It’s the inventor using his air lounger as a boat. Although we can’t recommend boating with a Hangout, we do love the convenience of having a portable lounger at the beach, the park, basically anywhere. It only weighs 2.6 pounds and it folds down to be smaller. That makes it the lightest-weight air lounger out of the three in this review. As for how hard, or easy, it is to inflate, take a look at this demonstration. Yes, it probably takes a little practice to get it right, but who cares when this thing is so cool? It is an air bed, a portable sofa, and a chair all-in-one.

We begin with budget-friendly solutions that are as stylish as they are practical. We haven’t personally tried each sofa, so be sure to do your research (and read product reviews) before you make your final choice. A bargain at only $63.99, this pullout sofa from Shopko is perfect for overnight guests. And yes, you can use it outdoors. We’re fans of the deep teal color. It seats two and sleeps two, and you’ve gotta love those built-in cup holders!

We couldn’t end this section of the post without featuring Quilt, an eye-catching sofa with a geometric skin that resembles a honeycomb. Stretch fabric with individual foam inserts gives the sofa its signature look. While it would probably fare better indoors, perhaps it could work on a covered porch or in a sunroom! A 2009 project from Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, Quilt was previously featured in this Decoist post. We think you’ll agree that it deserves a second look!

If you want to share the air lounger with another person, it inflates up to 77 inches long by 36.6 inches wide by 22.8 inches high. With its high weight limit and these dimensions, you could turn it into an air sofa for three adults.

The 15 gauge vinyl base make these chairs tough enough to go outside for short periods of time (they are not designed for full-time outdoor use). Furthermore, the waterproof flocked top and sides provide a softer, less slippery surface that cleans easily. Don’t worry if you have friends that spill.

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