By Laura Harman
Aldi has restocked their bargain hanging rope chair and it's the perfect piece of furniture to transform your garden into an oasis of calm.
If the recent heatwave has left you want to jazz up your garden with new furniture or an inflatable hot tub, then Aldi is the place to go. Their special buy range has featured some fantastic items recently, particularly when it comes to their outdoor products. Fans went wild for Aldi’s bargain party cooler that guarantees to elevate your garden party to the next level, and the brand's rattan garden bar that will make your al fresco dreams a reality. Now the brand has brought out a delightful hanging rope chair that is perfect for spending lazy afternoons in the garden.
The hanging rope chair is an absolute costing just £39.99, significantly less than similar items that are available on the market right now. This chair is also extremely highly rated by fans and has only 5-star ratings on the site.
The brand posted the image to their Instagram account with the caption, "Turn your garden into a holiday retreat with this Hanging Rope Chair. Now all you need is someone on hand to refresh your drinks."
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Aldi says, “This rope hammock chair will bring style and a unique touch to any space.”
The product comes with secure attachments so you can hang the chair from any structure that suits you and your garden.
Because of the versatile nature of the rope chair, the product can also be used inside and can be mounted onto the ceiling of bedrooms or in a shared living space.
This product is similar to the legendary Aldi egg chair that sold out in a matter of minutes when it was restocked. These products are very similar as they are both styled as outdoor swinging chairs that are perfect for sitting in on lazy sunny afternoons.
The egg chair was so popular that Aldi restricted shoppers to only purchasing just one of the chairs at a time. The website stated, “Orders are restricted to 1 per person for this product and you will not be able to add more than 1 unit to your basket.”
Fortunately for shoppers, this garden chair is far less expensive and a much thriftier price as it is only £39.99 in comparison to the egg chair’s £149.99 price tag. What are you waiting for?!
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