Which Size of Bean Bag Should I Buy?
The first thing you should do when you want to buy a bean bag is to determine the size that would suit you, and your home or office space.
First of all, measure the maximum area in your home, in terms of the length and breadth. Then minus off 15 centimetres for the provision of expansion when you sit on the bean bag. The sizes of our bean bags are given in terms of width multiplied by height (width x height), for example, 100 x 120 cm. Therefore, the ground surface area space would be 100 x 100 cm. Should you have a space of at least 115 x 115 cm, a 100 x 120 cm bean bag would definitely fit.
Next, have a look at your own height and weight. This table that we have come up with below is extremely useful in helping you with your decision!
|Dimensions||Users Body Height||Users Body Weight|
80 x 100 cm
|1.4 to 1.6 metres||Above 40 kg|
90 x 110
|1.5 to 1.7 metres||Above 50 kg|
110 x 140 cm cm
|1.6 to 1.9 metres||Above 60 kg|