The Exclusive and Enormous Pokemon Snorlax Bean Bag Chair is Back in Stock
Why have a plain bean bag cushion when you can have a novelty item like this Snorlax gem? Get ready to get on the snuggle bus because one of the most classic Pokemon icons is back as plush, gigantic furniture. This exclusive ThinkGeek creation was out of stock for quite some time, but now they’re back! While the $150 price tag is pretty steep, the images provide a closer look at the quality. Plus, it counts as officially licensed Pokemon merchandise! Check out the gallery below for some comforting pictures of potential relaxation:
Measuring in at approximately 4 feet tall and 2 feet wide, it’s nothing short of enormous. The only downside of this sweet loot is that a flute does not come with purchase. It does, however, come with a casual invite to relax in the room of choice. The outside is made of polyester and filled with a cotton and polyester fiber mix as well as polystyrene balls. Need a little persuasive action? Here’s the description from the ThinkGeek website:
In this world of nothing but go-go-go, we often feel like Snorlax is more our speed. It spends most of its time sleeping. It’s not picky about leftovers, and it seldom exercises. Yep. Snorlax understands us.
There’s nowhere better to relax after a long day of work, school, or just being out and about than on your Pokémon Snorlax Bean Bag Chair. At 4 feet head to toe and over 2 feet across, this (s)lumbering Pokémon is perfect for your dorm room, your den, your bedroom, or right inside the door where you can collapse on it when you get in. Just remember not to block the road. It does not ship with a flute.”
As hefty as it looks, it’s better to take care of Snorlax by hand-washing with cold water then letting it air dry. So, throwing it into an equally large washer and dryer is out of the question. If you’re looking to match your sleepwear, ThinkGeek also sells corresponding house slippers. So, gamer, do you have a personal Pokémon merchandise collection? Does this catch your eye? Feel free to let us know in the comments section below or start your own conversation on Don’t Feed the Gamers official Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming news as they happen, follow us on Twitter! Here are some of our latest:
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