Even in terms of shipping costs, the prices of love sacs are apparently
lower than the bean bags. It can be easily shrunk and hence, it needs
less space. The weight and volume of the bean bags is drastically more
than the love sacs.
Traditional bean bags have been very popular, but companies have now come up with an improved version. The new sophisticated options in home decoration are called love sacs and foof chairs. The concept of Love sac was first developed by Shawn David Nelson in 1995 when he wanted to create oversized and more comfortable bean bags. These furniture items use material called polyurethane foam in shredded form.Simply speaking, it is a canvas with a filing of durafoam. When a person buys a love sac, it is in shrunken state and to use it one has to fluff it. This is done by rotating or massaging and flipping the sac. This piece of furniture easily seats between 2 to 4 people at a time.A foof chair on the other hand is a huge hit with children and teenagers and is a chair which is filled with memory foam that is usually used in sofa cushions. This makes the experience of sitting on this chair feel like one is sitting on soft pillows. Matt Jung and Chip George are credited with creating these chairs in 1994. Even though these two items are more or less similar, they are produced by different companies. Foof chairs which are now also called Fuf chairs are produced by comfort research and usually come in two sizes, cylindrical and round.While sitting on a bean bag, a person can feel the beads while in love sacs and foof chairs, the experience is far more relaxing. This is because when you sit on a love sac or a foof chair, it completely takes the shape of the human body and as you get up it goes back to its original shape. These are also made of water and wear and tear resistant fabrics and are double stitched with double zipper and therefore offer greater safety for kids and toddlers.One can buy a small size of these items for US$ 100 and mid sized ones for US$ 130 to US$ 200, while large sized ones cost more than US$300. The covers in these come in different designs and patterns thereby giving them a far more sophisticated appearance. Usually, manufacturers offer a one year guarantee on the covers. Manufacturers also generally offer a lifetime guarantee on these products against leaking, breaking or going flat. These can also be shrunk, when not in use and so can be easily transported from one place to another.