Rated 4 out of 5 by anynameitwilltake Almost Perfect
We've had the brown 112' teardrop shape for 2 and 1/2 years now. My daughter received it as a Christmas present when she was 2. We now have an 18th month old daughter as well, so it gets tons of use. So far, it has been wonderful. The girls can sit in it by themselves, or together. Sometimes I use it when I'm laying on the floor with them. The material is soft and looked good in our living room.
We've purchased extra fill for it twice already, simply because the other fill started to get flat. I actually ordered the fill from JCPenney as well. It comes in a thin plastic bag, and the first time we received it, we attempted to fill the beanbag by pouring it in from the plastic bag it came in. What a mess! The next time around I got smarter and just stuffed the whole thing in without even opening it. Worked out great!
The only problem I have with this beanbag is that it can only be spot cleaned. With young children, I would really like to be able to have a beanbag with a slipcover that can be washed.
August 7, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by JCPMama Good for kids and pets....
Ordered the leopard pattern bean bag teardrop sized for a comfortable option in an office. It is a good bean bag but it is somewhat "small" once you sit in it. It is nice but not as comfortable as the price should have allowed.
The pattern and fabric are very good looking however. I do like that very much.
For those sensitive to those new product odors, this one for sure had one. A very strong chemical odor lasted for three days but it does go away. Just air it out.
Mostly I would say this is great for the teenagers and the pets just adore it ...
December 14, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by GrandmaBarbara seams ripped the first day
We bought our grandkids these beanbags and have since thrown them out and bought 2 of the Puck beanbags. My daughter took them out of the shipping boxes and noticed that the bags were dirty. we cleaned them and put them on the floor. Her two 7 years old twins sat down on one of them and the little pellets flew out of the seams. It was a big mess.
I hand sewed the seam. Unfortunately the fabric was town in several spots.
October 25, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by mverven I love my "giraffes"
I loved the first "giraffe" bean bag chair so much, I bought two of them! I would definitely recommend getting the largest bean bag chair -- I'm a small person, but it's nice to have plenty of room to get settled into these chairs. They're so comfy, I've even taken a nap in them. The fabric is soft and durable. These are also cheaper than others I've found online. I highly recommend!!
January 7, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Zucca DISAPOINTED BIG TIME!!!
WHEN I recevied the box in the mail I almost didnt even open it up. I knew just by seeing the box it wasnt what I ordered! 128" a far cry from it! I dont think this beanbag would be 128" if you took the beans out and lined them up. I should have went with my gut and listened to the other reviews that talked about the sizes not being what people expected.
October 9, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sk8tmom Great Choice
This is the type of beanbag chair my 10 year-old daughter has been wanting. We chose the teardrop style in brown. The shade of brown is beautiful, the fabric very nice and the pellet fill is plentiful. My daughter simply discribes it as comfy and cozy enough for a little cat nap. I will be puchasing another in the near future for my younger daughter.
August 19, 2009
Rated 3 out of 5 by Frugl Not the size I really needed
I ordered the smallest size (84 inches) because it fit my budget best, but for and adult, it is basically a bean bag foot stool. The matererial is lovely, the color is good, and it seems sturdy, but the 84 inch size is not large enough for teenagers or adults.
January 2, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by JCgrandma Excellent value
The kids thought it was "totally awesome" so I would say it is a good buy! I bought one of these last year for one of my grandchildren and it still looks like new even though it gets a lot of use. I would definitely recommend it.
December 29, 2011