When we get a bit of sun we will all be rushing into the garden and bagging the best spot on the sun lounger. That’s if it ever stops raining of course. There’s a huge disparity in price when it comes to purchasing a sun lounger, but does it really matter if you spend under a hundred quid or nearly a thousand? We think so, here’s our results:
- Oléron Solid Teak Steamer Chair – £199.90
What we like the most about this sun lounger is, unlike many others, it can be adjusted in three different ways. So, you can have it in a sitting up position, halfway down or fully extended for a proper snoozing session. One thing to remember is that you do need to buy the cushions separately.
- B&Q Comoro Rattan Effect Sun Lounger – £257
This sun lounger will smarten up the drabbest of gardens and may make you miss several days of work, thanks to its ultra-luxurious pillows and cushions. The padded mattress and curved backrest all add up to a sound day’s sleep in the outdoors!
Curvy baby yeah! Get some serious zzzzz’s going with this unique and flowing aluminium styled lounger. The chair is ergonomically designed to provide comfort, but it is also practical, as it is weather-proof and the rattan design would complement other such rattan furniture.
If you just want a sun lounger that does what it says on the can, nothing fancy, one that is comfy and packs away neatly in your shed, this one from Argos will probably suit you down to the ground. A super plumped up cushion and a metal steel frame-work with an adjustable back rest.
- Suntime Monte Carlo Rocking Sun Lounger – £99.00
Rock away those work blues with this super rocking chair designed sun lounger. We will warn you, it’s pretty hard to get hold of but we loved it so much we just had to feature it. We found ours on Amazon as John Lewis had sold out. Made from premium coated steel, this rocking chair actually folds flat for easy storage.
- Alexander Rose San Marino Raised Sunbed with Cushion was 749.00 now £674.10
If you are worried about the materials that make up your reclining sun lounger, don’t be, this one uses Eucalyptis wood, which is hardy and environmentally friendly. Comes with a cushion for added comfort.
- Barlow Tyrie Savannah Outdoor Sunlounger – £880.00
Imagine you are surveying the African savanna from this sun lounger. The colonial-style chair conjures up hot, humid evenings full of red dust and coyotes baying. Plus it’s ever so comfy once your mind has stopped wandering! Height-adjustable and weather-proof.
- Alfa Lounger White and Blue – £249.75
Not everyone wants a lounger that is pine, teak, steel or rattan. Here’s one that doesn’t fit all those boxes, in blue and white. The plastic framework is durable and the textaline fabric is super comfy.
- Dahlia Sun Lounger was £259.00 now £207.20
If you are looking for a classic lounger that won’t go out of fashion this is the one for you. The back is adjustable to give several head heights, including a reading level and sleeping. You get a comfy cushion and there are other items of furniture in the Dahlia range.
- Anzio Lounger with Cushion – £1,199.99
For pure luxury, this lounger by Sky Line Design ticks all the boxes. Wide enough so that you can sleep on your side, available in eleven different colours, and designed to withstand any weather conditions. If we had the money this is the one we would buy.