Wednesday, April 25, 2018
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Sumo Chief Rocker Bean Bag Chair Review

I’m sure by now many of you are familiar with Sumo, we have reviewed their SumoSac Sultan and Omni bean bag chairs. They have released yet another cool bean bag chair called the Chief Rocker. The Chief Rocker is a lot like the Omni Plus, which is a hybrid of the SumoSac and Omni. The thing that sets the Chief Rocker apart is that it has a metal frame that sits it on an angle for great gaming or lounging around. Let’s take the Chief Rocker for a spin and see if it lives up to the hype.

Specifications
Dimensions: 54 x 45 x 35
Colors: Pitch Black, Fiery Red, Funky Brown
Price: $199

Packaging & Assembly
The Chief Rocker comes in quite a large box. Everything was packing inside so tightly that I basically had to rip the box to shreds to get everything out. Inside I found the Chief Rocker (compressed) and a box that has the metal frame inside.

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The metal frame comes disassembled. There are 6 pieces, 4 allen bolts, an allen key, and directions.

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The pieces of the frame are labeled so you can easily follow the directions and assemble the frame with ease. Take the 2 large “C” pieces and connect “A” to the top and “B” to the bottom, they will snap in and lock. Then take the last 2 pieces and screw them into the frame with the allen bolts.

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Once you have the frame assembled you are going to want to find the Velcro opening on the back of the Chief Rocker. You are then going to put them frame into the pocket on the back of the Chief Rocker. It is a bit tedious doing it yourself, but I was able to get it completely in the pocket. Once you have it completely in there you can close the pocket back up.

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Bob Buskirk
the authorBob Buskirk
About 10 years of computer experience. Been messing around with electronics since I was 5, got into computers when I was in highschool, been modding them ever since then. Very interested in how things work and their design.
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