The manufacturer Gamewarez hit the bull’s eye with gaming bean bags like the Alpha (our review). Now they introduce the Morph, a gaming beanbag that is supposed to provide a comfortable and cushy seating experience.
Relaxed sitting for entertainment evenings
With the Gamewarez Morph gaming beanbag, the manufacturer now has a comfortable and versatile beanbag in its repertoire, which is intended to provide a relaxed seating experience on entertainment evenings in the fall season.
Compared to classic beanbags, the Morph series has a low backrest without sacrificing comfort. With the help of a zipper on the top, the beanbag can be adjusted quickly and easily.
With the zipper closed, the Morph functions as a sitting stool or footrest for your own sofa landscape. Opening the gaming beanbag reveals additional fabric panels, which adds a backrest to the comfort. A particularly large seat and a stable backrest, which also functions as an armrest, are also part of the package. Gamewarez-typical features like the integrated headset holder and the expandable side pocket for stowing equipment and snacks are also offered.
The Morph series comes in two different styles. On the one hand, in the popular faux leather look with cross-stitching, and on the other hand, in an easy-care velvet version, which is supposed to provide a particularly soft feel and cut a good figure in any living room thanks to its high-quality look.
Prices and availability
The Gamewarez Morph beanbags are available now on the manufacturer’s website. The MSRP for the velvet version is €149.90, while the beanbag with faux leather cover carries an MSRP of €159.90.