You gamble a lot, you sit a lot. That’s why I gambled a lot and sat a lot to write this review. Namely, I have tried a specimen of the Alpha Series. The manufacturer Gamewarez makes some promises concerning the beanbag. Which of these promises the Alpha Series can keep is explained in more detail in the following test report.
Right at the beginning, the simple design of the Alpha Series stands out. The beanbags are monochrome and have no special features except for a small pocket on the side. Definitely positive, however, is the water-repellent polyester surface, which promotes the durability of the beanbag at least on an aesthetic level. Even stains can be easily removed and the Alpha Series is – at least according to the manufacturer, I didn’t test it myself for obvious reasons – flame retardant. The beanbag is extremely light and can be carried around easily, at least in terms of weight. Its format is a bit unwieldy, but that’s a little in the nature of things.
Because the Alpha Series is stable, water-repellent and dirt-resistant, it is also ideal for sitting outside. More about that later.
But the bag itself is – at least in my eyes – a bit too small to be really useful for me, but it’s perfect for storing smaller items like mobile phones, maybe even handheld consoles. Game covers usually fit in well.
Another positive aspect is that the filling of the Alpha Series can be easily renewed or refilled.