The only chair you’ll ever need!


Midweek Sport - - GADGET BOY -

Jabra Revo Wire­less Head­phones: www.jabra. com – £199.99 ready to go. The ’phones can re­mem­ber up to eight de­vices at a time, and will pair with them all at the touch of a but­ton.

Bat­tery life’s im­pres­sive, with a standby time of 240 hours, and with 12 hours of con­tin­u­ous lis­ten­ing. When the bat­tery gets low there are in­di­ca­tors on the head­phones, and voice prompts.

And a crack­ing noise-can­celling sys­tem will drown out that snor­ing w*nker sat next to you on the plane, while of­fer­ing a crisp bass which stays clear even at the louder end of the spec­trum.

What’s more, th­ese head­phones are a proper al­ter­na­tive to any­thing from mar­ket leader Dr Dre Beats. Ev­ery­thing chair:

£47.95 WE wouldn’t let the cat sit in this man chair, if we were you. Be­cause sharp­ened cat claws on a lux­ury IN­FLAT­ABLE seat prob­a­bly don’t mix that well.

The Ev­ery­thing Chair comes with a foot pump, so you’ll need to do a lit­tle bit of graft to get it up.

But once you’ve fin­ished the leg work, this comfy beauty is all about park­ing your arse down and not mov­ing for sev­eral hours at a time.

It comes with two speak­ers em­bed­ded in the head­rest, which are eas­ily con­nected to your telly or stereo via a 3.5mm USB port.

That should come in par­tic­u­larly handy while play­ing some­thing at­mo­spheric – aka sh*t scary – on the Playsta­tion or Xbox.

There’s also a large mesh pocket at the side to stow your and crevices at the front in which to hide the TV re­mote from your mis­sus. And of course there are the oblig­a­tory beer hold­ers in the arm­rests!

The Ev­ery­thing Chair also comes with a punc­ture re­pair kit – which is handy as it should also work on your blow-up doll!

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