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Le Beanock is the offspring of a hammock and bean bag

homephoto Le Beanock is the offspring of a hammock and bean bag

In my house there are a number of places to sit. I spend most of my time in my desk chair, as you’ll usually find me working on the computer. However, my favorite place to park my rear is the giant bean bag chair. There’s nothing quite like flopping down in it after a long day. Occasionally I’ll even take a nap in it, though it isn’t really designed to be an alternative to a bed. The Le Beanock, however, is.

Imagine, if you will, combining an ordinary beanbag with a hammock. You’d get the soft and squishy comfort of the former, while being suspended in the air like the latter. I’m not sure if it would be good on your back or not, but I have to say that the prospect sounds mighty tempting. Of course, the smallest size will set you back a little less than $300, and that’s without the beans to fill it. While it does sound like a great place to sleep, I think I can live with just naps on my current bean bag.

 Le Beanock is the offspring of a hammock and bean bag

Scott – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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