A welcome spot of good weather in recent days has seen scores of Brits decamp to their garden spaces for a spot of relaxation and rays. But while digging out a picnic blanket and a few scatter cushions to make an impromptu seating space in the sun is all well and good, it's always nice to have a more permanent set up you can rely on in the warmer months.
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That's where Lidl's latest launch comes in. The discount supermarket chain has a new sun lounger that comes in at the wallet-friendly price of £29.99. In stores now – while stocks last – the Florabest Sunlounger is made from a hard-wearing, power coated steel and comes complete with a durable 100 per cent cotton padded cushion cover.
The lounger frame also features a 5-position backrest, so whether you're seated upright with a summer read or a cocktail in hand or lying horizontally to soak up some sun, you're covered. And to ensure that your sun lounger remains anchored in place whenever you are moving on and off it, this innovative product also has an anti-tilt mechanism.
Buy in-store now: Florabest Sunlounger, £29.99, Lidl
And once you're done for the day, the above sun lounger can simply be folded up and popped into the shed ready for it's next outing. Space saving and stylish? What's not to love.
The green cushion will also blend seamlessly into your cacophony of plants and foliage, while still making a sun lounger statement all of its own.
All that's left to do is earmark some sun-lounger-worthy dates in the diary and you're good to go.
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Will you be heading down to the Middle of Lidl to snap a sun lounger or two?
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