Great news! If you are still using an old, decrepit and uncomfortable camping chair for your Oppikoppi, Park Acoustics, Mieliepop, Up The Creek and other camping outings, you should chuck it into the garage or throw it away, because if you’re a person who enjoys the outdoors, the Chillsac will rock your world.
Techable, (a South African company) recently launched pre-orders for this amazing outdoor lounger product. The Chillsac is a basically a portable bag made from high quality durable rip-stop material that inflates to become a lay-on couch or a multi-seater.
The Chillsac is so durable that it can be used on virtually every surface, from beach sand to snow, rocky terrain to grass and it even floats on water, so if you were wondering if that means that it doubles as a pool lounger, you’re absolutely right!
That said, just imagine floating around in the river at Up The Creek while listening to tunes on one of these bad boys – it’s a festival renowned for it “anything that floats”, so this would the perfect tool for that purpose.
The best thing about the Chillsac is that you don’t need a pump to inflate it. All you need to do is open the neck, scoop some air into, roll it tight and voila. This revolutionary product can be inflated or deflated in less than 5 seconds. It’s compact so it will also definitely take up less space than that annoying camping chair that never fits in your boot.
I keep on forgetting or breaking camping chairs when I go camping, so this is definitely something I’d like to own. It really is amazing easily to use, check out Chillsac video on Facebook if you don’t believe me.
The Chillsac is available in 5 awesome colours, can support 200 kg in weight and if you buy one it comes with a 2 year warranty on workmanship. For more info and to pre-order your Chillsac, visit the Techable website. You can also tweet @techablecoza or visit the Chillsac Facebook page to get more info.
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