Sumo Lounge Titan
Written by Michael Larabel in Peripherals on 12 June 2011. Page 3 of 3. 7 Comments

Sumo Lounge continues to re-define bean bags and with the Sumo Titan it is an impeccably comfortable product, regardless of one's age. The Bavarians last week also highly praised the Sumo Lounge Titan as being extremely comfortable. (Sorry, they did not want to pose for the photographs in the Titan review.) Sitting the three of us on the Titan was possible, although with two people it is certainly most comfortable. On the other hand, if you are simply looking to lay out, that works great too.

Alternatively, if looking to get some gaming/work done from the Titan, that works too. The Titan is very comfortable to sit in with a laptop while also having room to fit a crate of your favorite beverages nearby.

The Sumo Lounge Titan is an impeccably comfortable beanbag chair. The polyester fiber beads provide a fluffy and comfortable experience, and if anything like the Sumo Omni, they will last for many years to come. The micro-suede cover also feels quite nice and it can be easily washed should it ever become dirtied. The only complaint to mention would be just the initial headache of handling the package upon its arrival, as in fitting it through doorways and maneuvering the box into its desired location. The massive size and weight makes it a bit of a nuisance, but once the Titan is setup, it is well worth it. The Sumo Titan is available from at a cost of $379 USD. Fortunately, Sumo Lounge does provide free shipping on all of their products.

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