Rory White

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With a name like Del Mar, we wanted the Vango chair to transport us straight to the Californian coast, pina colada in hand, even if we were sat inside the M25. A generously padded seat and high back provides more than enough comfort while its fabric armrests feature a netted drinks holder giving great support for your favourite beverage. The Del Mar is affordable and well put together, with rip-stop polyester fabrics and an easy to manipulate steel frame that meant sitting up and down with drink in hand was done in confidence.

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With a name like Del Mar, we wanted the Vango chair to transport us straight to the Californian coast, pina colada in hand, even if we were sat inside the M25. A generously padded seat and high back provides more than enough comfort while its fabric armrests feature a netted drinks holder giving great support for your favourite beverage. The Del Mar is affordable and well put together, with rip-stop polyester fabrics and an easy to manipulate steel frame that meant sitting up and down with drink in hand was done in confidence. Its sturdy frame unfortunately comes at a cost, at 4KG it is too heavy to be carried very far on foot.

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