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Why you shouldn't buy a cheap bean bag chair

We are frequently asked this question:  Why should I pay more for a foam-filled bean bag-style chair? Folks who ask that question have usually seen the cheap bean bag chairs that range in price from $50 to $100. We're not naming any names, but you'll see a lot of those cheap bean bags in Walmart or Target. The price may draw your attention. But as Vanilla Ice would say, "Stop...collaborate and listen" before you purchase a cheap bag. The chair shown above on the right is a cheap bag filled with polystyrene beads. The photo on the left is a Xorbee filled with furniture-grade foam, with a removable cover and an inner liner to keep the foam from making a mess. Why...

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Xorbee Holiday Gift Guide

Give the gift of Rest. Recharge. Relax.   Here is the guide to make sure everyone from kids, college students, and adults of all ages can enjoy Xorbee.  Find COMFORT and JOY in the easy to clean, move, and environmentally responsible furniture for your space.   Your Toddler/Kids   Our 4-Foot relaXer is a foam-filled delight, great for little ones to plop on to read, play, or chill. You might even get them to nap.  Dimensions: 36" x 36" x 24" Weight: 20 lbs   Your College Student The MSU Xorbee is strong enough to be an option for your next tailgate party. It's soft and sturdy enough to support you through overtime games, and it's comfy enough to make all your college friends jealous.  ...

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Foam-filled Xorbee calms this child with autism

Is there something about a Xorbee foam-filled chair that helps calm a child with autism?  It seems so. After adding a Xorbee round to their home, his family noticed that Tyler Mieczkowski seemed more relaxed and calm. In April of 2016, Valerie Lego of WZZM-TV in Muskegon visited Xorbee headquarters to see how happy Tyler was in his favorite furniture. Here's the video from that news report:  Read the full article from WZZM 13: "Pillow Chair Helps Calm Children with Autism"

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