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Grab a multi-pack of Slouch air recliners for just $69.95 for 2 slouch air recliners or $99.95 for 4 with free shipping throughout Australia. The Slouch air recliner is the easiest way to relax on the go - It's a bed of air that inflates in seconds!
Our Slouch air recliner differs from others on the market as we Many others are simply cheap plastic bags in a fabric protector.
Leading an active lifestyle doesn’t mean you can’t take a moment to stop and enjoy your surroundings. Our highly compact, ultra-portable Slouch air recliner brings style and comfort into the lives of busy campers and travellers.
Small and lightweight for convenient storage, it easily inflates after only a few scoops of air, providing ample space for all your relaxation needs. With our durable, waterproof laminated fabric, you can relax anywhere, anytime, without any rough terrain or wet conditions holding you back.
With the Slouch air recliner you can:
- Create a bed of air in seconds to relax anywhere
- Travel lighter by ditching the heavy beach chairs and outdoor furniture
- Save time by inflating quickly and easily without the need of inflation devices
How to use the Slouch air recliner:
- Unroll the Slouch air recliner
- Face the wind and open the first channel
- Allow wind to fill the first channel (a scooping action can help)
- Close the first channel and open the second channel
- Allow wind to fill the second channel (a scooping action can help)
- Roll down the ends as far as possible and bend the ends to allow clips to be joined
- Sit or lie on the Slouch air recliner and enjoy the comfort of your bed of air
- Ultra-light and durable laminated fabric
- Two large openings to easily capture wind
- Simple roll-down-and-clip closure
1.12 kg each
33 cm x 19 cm x 8 cm (when folded in carry bag)
225 cm x 95 cm (when in use)
Is this the same as other inflatable seats I have seen online?
As shown in the image below, many similarly designed quick-inflate inflatable couches are actually just plastic bags sewn inside a fabric outer layer. The fabric we use is a high quality laminated fabric, meaning that the fabric itself holds in the air, rather than a cheap plastic bag lining the inside.
Does the Slouch come in a carry case?
It sure does. Lightweight with a drawstring closure and shoulder strap, it's the easiest, most comfortable way to carry your Slouch air recliner.
What is the weight limit of the Slouch air recliner?
We have a conservative weight recommendation of 130 kg, but we have tested it with 3 adults and it held up fine.
How long will the Slouch air recliner hold air?
Air will very slowly escape the Slouch air recliner through the opening, but this is over a matter of hours. If the Slouch air recliner starts to sag, simply roll the closure again or scoop up some more air.
How do I deflate the Slouch air recliner?
Simply unclip and unroll the closure, then press out the air. For storage back in the carry bag, roll the Slouch couch from the end opposite the closure. Once rolled up bend it in half and clip the closure. The couch will now be nice and compact for your next adventure.
What surfaces can the Slouch air recliner be used on?
The Slouch is made of durable lightweight material and is suitable for most surfaces, including grass, concrete paths and rough terrain. Just be careful of sharp objects, though the Slouch is easily repairable.
Can I repair the Slouch air recliner if I get a puncture?
You sure can. The best way to repair a puncture is to get a bike tyre or tent repair patch (available at most hardware and camping stores), turn the Slouch inside-out and find the puncture. Apply the repair patch and allow the adhesive to cure. Then you are good to go again.
Can I inflate the Slouch air recliner if there is no wind?
Yes you can, but it can be a bit harder. What you will need to do is open the channels and run along while making a scooping motion. Otherwise, you can get partial inflation by having a friend help expand the Slouch from the other end.
Can I use the Slouch air recliner on water?
Technically, yes. However as the Slouch air recliner isn't designed for this purpose, you should do so only under careful supervision and in safe environments. The Slouch air recliner is not designed as a safety flotation device.
How can I prevent the Slouch air recliner from blowing away?
We recommend either keeping a heavy object on the Slouch air recliner when not in use or tie a cord around the closure and attach the other end to a stake or a fixed/heavy object. The Scrubba™ pegless clothesline, which is available in the Scrubba™ wash & dry kit is especially suitable for this purpose.
How Scrubba Bags & Packs work
The Scrubba wash bag, Scrubba stealth pack, Scrubba W pack and Allurette washer all feature internal washboards that allow a machine quality wash in minutes. Using them is as simple as:
Add clothes, water and cleaning liquid; close and deflate the bag; then rub from the outside for up to 3 minutes then just rinse and hang to dry.
Compared to traditional washboards, the ones in Scrubba and Allurette products are ultra thin and flexible and they are enclosed in the bag or pack. As the rubbing is done from the outside of the bag, there is minimal mess and you hands remain drier.
The Scrubba bag, pack and Allurette washer also double as dry sacs to keep gear dry between washes.