In this article, we will look at the best inflatable loungers on the market based on several factors that we will discuss under our thorough buying guide. We will also answer some of the most popular questions as far as loungers are concerned.
Summer presents so many opportunities for outdoor fun. You could either get together with friends and/or family for camping or head to the beach for a swim, walk on the sand, and some lounging. Or you could stay at home and hang out by the pool catching up with summer reading. So many options!
In all of these, you will need to be comfortable because they mostly involve you lying down. What better to bring along than the best inflatable loungers? Hammocks are great, we agree, bit they need set-up and you cannot always be certain of finding trees to anchor them. So, loungers are here to make your life more fun.
Table of Contents
- Inflatable Loungers – Review & Buyer’s Guide
- 1. WEKAPO Inflatable Lounger
- 2. Chillbo Shwaggins Inflatable Couch
- 3. ORSEN Inflatable Lounger
- 4. AlphaBeing Inflatable Lounger
- 5. Mockins 2 Pack Inflatable Lounger
- 6. FRETREE Inflatable Lounger
- 7. SEGOAL Inflatable Lounger
- 8. Ludtom Inflatable Lounger
- 9. YXwin Inflatable Lounger
- 10. Lanfy Inflatable Lounger
- Inflatable Loungers – Buying Guide
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Inflatable Loungers – Review & Buyer’s Guide
1. WEKAPO Inflatable Lounger
If you are lounging by the lake-side with a book, you want a comfortable yet light seat to make your time out there a bliss, right? This lounger is the ideal outdoor toy, thanks to its size, pillow-shaped headrest, and ability to inflate without a pillow. You will only need to whisk it through the air and remember to close the sleeve before the end of each movement. It takes a minute to get the hang of it, but then the process becomes easy after doing it a few times.
WEKAPO’s anti-deflation technology enables this lounger to stay inflated for up to 6 hours after which you can refill it. A Rip-stop Polyester outer layer keeps it puncture-free and water-resistant while a plastic inner lining handles pressure well to keep up to 500lbs on the lounger with no incidences. It only weighs 2.65lbs when packed, which is ideal for mobility. It comes with a bag for carrying it in when you deflate it and a stake to keep it in place even when the wind blows.
- Waterproof and leak-proof.
- Quite large.
- Pillow-shaped headrest.
- It takes a little too long to inflate fully especially the first time.
2. Chillbo Shwaggins Inflatable Couch
Chillbo’s inflatable couches are more colorful than any other on the market and they sure do bring a festive mood wherever they are set. Available in 12 colors inspired by the art world and pop-culture, these easy-to-inflate floaters are quite popular. They just need two to five scoops of air to fill up fully, and they come with elastic anchor loops to keep them in place when the wind blows.
When fully inflated, this lounger handles up to 440lbs and only weighs 3lbs. when deflated, it measures 13” x 7” x 3.5” which easily fits into the little storage bag that is part of the package. It is easy to inflate and will stay this way for up to 4 hours depending on weight. It takes about five scoops so air to fill it fully and as long as the valve remains closed, it will stay full. It is large and can be used in different styles. The curved design elevates your head to make it feel like you are lying on a headrest or pillow.
- Colorful – 12 artsy choices.
- Lightweight but can handle up to 440lbs.
- Durable material.
- It has no pockets for water bottles or personal effects.
3. ORSEN Inflatable Lounger
This Orsen Inflatable lounger comes in 12 colors and though there is no elaborate pattern, the many colors give buyers deserved options. It is made of a high-density polyester that is waterproof and handles harsh weather ideally. You won’t have to about punctures when you take your lounger with you when camping because it is quite hard to destroy.
When folded, this lounger measures 12″x 8″x 4″ and fits perfectly in the strapped bag that comes with it. It is easy to inflate with only 4 scoops of air, but you want to have your hand on the valve to prevent deflation. Since it is water and heat resistant, this lounger lasts a long time as long as you follow a detailed routine when caring for it. It is large and comfortable enough to act as a bed, but it doesn’t have a proper headrestThe two pockets on the side are a nice bonus.
It comes with a year’s warranty and a thorough manual on how to inflate and care for it. It stays inflated for about 6 hours depending on weight.
- Made of high-density polyester for durability.
- Handles as much as 400lbs.
- Nearly 7ft long.
- Has two side pockets.
- Has no proper headrest.
- No exciting patterns.
4. AlphaBeing Inflatable Lounger
This inflatable lounger comes in nine exciting colors and folds into a compact pack of12″x 8″x 4″ that fits perfectly into the storage bag that comes with the package. It takes five scoops to fill up and thanks to Alpha Being’s anti-deflation technology, this lounger will not deflate even when subjected to its maximum capacity – 400lbs – and will stay inflated for at least four hours, but that will be determined by the weight of the user. It needs no pump to inflate since you only have to whisk it through the air a few times.
Made of Rip-stop Polyester, this product is durable and able to resist teat. Being waterproof, it is ideal for hanging out by the pool or lake as you ready your book. It does not have a headrest, but it does curve perfectly to support the head just fine. It has three pockets, each designed uniquely to keep your personal effects safe.
- Has three pockets.
- V-shaped design that takes up the shape of the body.
- Maximum weight capacity is 400lbs.
- Made of durable material.
- No proper headrest.
- No mention of a warranty.
5. Mockins 2 Pack Inflatable Lounger
What makes this Mockins inflatable lounger great? It is made of durable and waterproof polyester 210T that will stand the test of time and stays inflated for long. It has three specially designed pockets for your cell phone, water bottle and book or magazine as you lounge by the swimming pool.
It is also easy to inflate without a pump as it only needs four to five scoops of air. You will need to keep the sleeve rolled after each move to keep the air in and then finally fold and buckle it up after is fills to your preferred capacity. It comes with a manual to explain this process. The maker says it will hold a maximum of 300lbs and stay inflated for at least four hours.
While it does not have a headrest, it is v-shaped to provide enough space to rest your head comfortably. The maker says it can hold two people, but we maintain it is suited for one for total relaxation. It is compact and when you are done, it comes with a bag for storage that is strapped for easy porting.
- Pockets for your personal effects.
- Rip-stop material.
- Lifetime warranty.
- No headrest.
6. FRETREE Inflatable Lounger
FRETREE’s inflatable lounger has a patented lounger and comes in six colors that we find quite interesting. On the side are three pockets of different sizes to fit your personal effects. Since it needs no pump to inflate, this lounger can be carried anywhere. You only need to whisk it in the air four or five times and buckle up when it fills to the capacity you want. You can also deflate it easily if it is too full for your comfort.
Because the maker has used military-grade rip-stop nylon, this longer will last a long time. It also doesn’t leak or deflate, thanks to the anti-deflate technology used. It supports 400lbs and will stay inflated for at least 4 hours. When deflated, it measures 13.7 * 8.7 * 3.9 inches, which is compact and will easily fit the strapped bag that comes with the package but when fully inflated, it is 78.7 *35.4 * 25.6 inches. The package includes stakes to keep it in place when the wind blows. It is waterproof and works as a floater too.
- Lifetime guarantee.
- Patented headrest.
- No pump needed for inflation.
- A little hard to inflate when it’s not windy.
7. SEGOAL Inflatable Lounger
Segoal’s sturdy double-layered inflatable lounger is a favorite of many for its quality and superior material. It is well-crafted to handle more than two people – seated. It is made of high-quality polyester that is leak-proof and rip-resistant, and so you will have it for a long time. It is easy to deflate, fold, and light, and it also needs little maintenance. Cleaning it only requires warm water, mild detergent and a piece of cloth.
When packed in its little storage bag, this lounger measures 14″ x 9″ x 4″ but it is 78″ x 35″ x 23″ when fully inflated. Most buyers say they had a hard time inflating it to capacity unless it was windy, but the reward when you finally fill it up is a lounger that will stay inflated for up to five hours. While the maker says it can handle up to 500lbs – thanks to the strength of the inner bag, we believe its ability to stay inflated for the said hours depends on the user’s weight.
- Has a headrest.
- Mesh pockets on the side.
- Maximum weight capacity is 500lbs.
- Not so easy to inflate on non-windy days.
8. Ludtom Inflatable Lounger
Ludtom found the ideal material – military-grade rip-stop nylon – coated it and ensured the threads were on a lattice pattern to prevent deflation. That way, this lounger, when filled, will stay inflated for about 4 hours even with its maximum load capacity of 440 lbs. the material will not get torn even when placed on rocks, and its waterproof quality makes it a great float.
It is easy to care for and clean, thanks to the manual that is part of the package. When inflated, it measures 78.74×35.43×23.62in. Deflated, it fits inside the carry-bag that the manufacturer has provided because it measures 13.78×8.66×3.94in. It is only 2.6lbs light when packed. It has three mesh pockets of different sizes to fit your book, phone, and keys. To inflate it, you only need to whisk it in the air as many times as you need, which we agree is not very easy to do on a calm day. While it has no headrest, it is designed in a way that the head stays elevated especially if you don’t fill up completely.
- Anti-leak, anti-rip material.
- Handles up to 440lbs.
- Compact and light when folded.
- Has a headrest design at the top.
- Hard to inflate on calm days.
9. YXwin Inflatable Lounger
When not filled, YXwin’s lounger really does work as a chair but when it is up to its capacity, it is more comfortable as a lounger. With a headrest design, your head will rest easy when reading or just resting by the poo. Its material – Polyester 210T – does not rip easily and it is waterproof for when you prefer to use it as a floater.
When packed inside its compact bag, it weighs 2.6lbs. When inflating it, you will have better luck on windy days or close to the beach. You will just need to roll it out, whisk it in the air as many times as it takes to fill it up, and then roll the top and buckle.
The maker has taken steps to ensure this product remains anti-leak. The first is an inner bag that ensures no air escapes once the lounger is inflated and the second, a built-in PE waterproof coating that will not let water in. the third step is four manganese steel bars to prevent the lounger from collapsing within and the last option is a double layer clasp to seal the air inside. That is how it can hold a maximum of 440lb and stay inflated for 4 hours.
- Great stitching.
- Anti-deflation technology.
- Sturdy material inside and out.
- Hard to inflate on calm days.
10. Lanfy Inflatable Lounger
This Lanfy inflatable lounger is great for many reasons, among them a UV-resistant and waterproof fabric that is also super colorful. While lounging on the sun is fun enough, it is even better when your face is protected from the direct glare of the sun, which is what this lounger offers with its sunshade.
Made of military-grade rip-stop nylon, this lounger is great to be used a floater too as it is waterproof. The material will withstand harsh ground making it ideal for outdoor fun. Since it needs no pump to inflate, just whisk it through the air several times then buckle up to seal the deal and enjoy this position for 5 hours depending on your weight. The maker is not clear on its load capacity but some reviewers say they tested it at 350lbs and it did alright.
- UV-resistant material.
- Available in a colorful pattern.
- Sunshade for your face.
- A little short when fully inflated.
Inflatable Loungers – Buying Guide
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Conclusion – Wrapping Up
Summer is almost here, so get the best inflatable lounger you can find – the list above is comprehensive – and have the most relaxing days yet. You don’t have to carry beach beds again when you can just get a super light lounger that will stay inflated for hours. If you love reading, these loungers make the perfect portable nook.
We hope this guide makes it easier for you to buy a lounger and that the products reviewed do meet your expectation as they did ours. Have fun!