Amazon is selling a sun lounger with hole cut out just for bookworms
Picture this: it is a beautiful, sunny day. You're lounging at the beach on a weekend, soaking up the sun and listening to the rushing waves. You pull out your book and get to reading. But, as you finish one chapter after another, you start to ache. You wish you could lay down and flip through pages without your neck or arms getting sore.
Well, thanks to this new ingenious product on Amazon, you'll never again have to be uncomfortable reading your novel laying down. Ostrich has created a chair for heavy readers that will fix this age-old problem for vacationers everywhere.
The Ostrich Chaise Lounge is your everyday lounge chair with a twist: it includes a cushioned hole to place your head when you want to lay on your stomach and read. And when you've finished your book, cover the hole with the included pillow and flip over, and it transforms back into a normal sun lounger.
The product description on the Ostrich website reads:
"Treat yourself to this versatile chaise lounge. Patented open/close face cavity with arm holes allows you to lie on your back or stomach. Four positions let you recline or lay flat. Lightweight and portable, take your personal tanning bed/massage table/reading chair with you and succumb to the complete comfort experience."
The chaise comes in blue, red, yellow, pink and blue-and-white-stripped for $59 per chair. But here's an insider secret: you can buy the red, pink and yellow ones off of Amazon for only $43.25 and the other two for a few bucks more.
The chairs are light and easy to lug to the beach on your day off. While some Amazon reviews voiced concerns about the light fabric's durability and the chair's stability, Ostrich reassured them that storing the chairs in the shade will prevent wear and tear.
These lounges aren't just for the beach. Whether you want to lay in your backyard or any room in the house, this piece fits anywhere. But it gives you a good excuse to hit the surf. So grab your favourite book, lay back and enjoy the sun.
This article originally appeared on vt.co