As nice as the dog days of summer are, it’s still hard to swap the comforts of a La-Z-Boy recliner for a flimsy lawn chair. When you’re summoned into the great outdoors and away from your throne, be sure to bring along the next best thing which is the Suntracking Beach Chair.
When you’re relaxing under the sun with an ice-cold drink at your side, and you’re slipping into a dream state where a mariachi band (or steel-drum band) is serenading you, the last thing you want to do is get up and reposition your chair to catch the sun. Repositioning is a non-issue when you’re sitting in the suntracking beach chair. It swivels to a full 360, so that all you’ll need to do is spin yourself using minimum foot movement. When you’ve fully committed to being lazy, you have to eliminate all forms of work.
The Suntracking Beach Chair
Winner of a Gold Medal at the INPEX Invention Show, this is the only folding beach chair that swivels 360º, allowing you to always face the sun without getting up. The chair swivels smoothly on steel ball bearings that are sealed by a rubber gasket to keep sand and dirt out. The chair reclines to three positions, a removable pillow provides head and neck support, and an integrated canopy offers shade or flips behind the chair when you are sunbathing. A woven polyester seat and backrest, anodized aluminum frame, and bamboo armrests provide comfortable seating and withstand prolonged exposure to sun and moisture. The chair has an integrated cup holder, it folds to a mere 6″ deep, and it has an integrated carrying strap. Supports up to 250 lbs. 35″ H x 20 1/2″ W. (15 lbs.)
If it’s shade you’re seeking, the chair has a built-in visor. Then you can swivel away from the UV rays if the visor doesn’t quite provide enough shelter. The chair reclines so that you can lie down for a good nap, and there’s a pillow for added comfort. With the little cupholder next to the armrest, you’re all set for your journey to pure relaxation.
The Suntracking Beach Chair comes in bright resort blue and is now on sale for $119.95 at Hammacher Schlemmer.