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This Driveable Deck Chair Has A Stereo And A Sandpit

For your holiday weekend pleasure (or envy).

  • <p>There are few things nicer than a comfortable deck chair. But one that moves along with you?</p>
  • <p>That's next level.</p>
  • <p>As part of a promotional stunt for Holiday Autos, a car rental search website in the U.K., designer Solomon Rogers created a deck chair that belongs at Burning Man more than the average beach.</p>
  • <p>The two-seater is rigged up with an umbrella and a GPS tracker that follows the sun's movements to ensure that maximum shade levels are attained.</p>
  • <p>It also has wind breaks (for privacy and to keep the wind at a minimum), retractable towels, holders for sunscreen, books and drinks, a stereo system, and a sandpit.</p>
  • <p>And...just to take it completely over the top, it's even got a refrigerated slushy machine.</p>
  • <p>Sadly, the deck chair is not available for purchase--yet.</p>
  • <p>Keep scrolling!</p>
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    There are few things nicer than a comfortable deck chair. But one that moves along with you?

  • 02 /10

    That's next level.

  • 03 /10

    As part of a promotional stunt for Holiday Autos, a car rental search website in the U.K., designer Solomon Rogers created a deck chair that belongs at Burning Man more than the average beach.

  • 04 /10

    The two-seater is rigged up with an umbrella and a GPS tracker that follows the sun's movements to ensure that maximum shade levels are attained.

  • 05 /10

    It also has wind breaks (for privacy and to keep the wind at a minimum), retractable towels, holders for sunscreen, books and drinks, a stereo system, and a sandpit.

  • 06 /10

    And...just to take it completely over the top, it's even got a refrigerated slushy machine.

  • 07 /10

    Sadly, the deck chair is not available for purchase--yet.

  • 08 /10

    Keep scrolling!

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On a sunny day at the beach (or on the patio), there are few things nicer than a comfortable deck chair. But a driveable deck chair? That's taking it to another level.

As part of a promotional stunt for Holiday Autos, a car rental search website in the U.K., designer Solomon Rogers created a deck chair that belongs at Burning Man more than the average beach.

The two-seater is rigged up with an umbrella, a GPS tracker that follows the sun's movements to ensure maximum shade levels, wind breaks for privacy and to keep down the wind, retractable towels, sunscreen holders, books and drinks, a stereo system, a sandpit—and just to take it completely over the top, a refrigerated slushy machine.

Sadly, the deck chair is not available for purchase—yet.

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