Once an everyday site across our beaches and seaside towns, the infamous Deckchair is one of the most iconic images of the British summer and there slowly making a come back!
Here at Odin Events, as well as our standard deck chair hire, we also stock a selection of Supersized Giant Deckchair available to hire.
Great for; Festivals, Family Fun Days, Garden Parties, Sporting Events, Corporate Events, themed parties, And not forgetting weddings!
Standing at over 2.10m high the Giant Deckchair is an impressive, imposing prop that will leave your guests / target audience smiling from ear to ear, and is a fantastic way to get your guests sharing pictures of your event via social media.
Currently our Giant Deckchairs as standard are available in Blue & White Stripe; Yellow & White Stripe; Green & White Stripe and Red & White Stripe.
Branded Options Available!
Why not Customise your deckchair and send your message far and wide! , if your looking to get a certain message out to the masses, then what better way than to do it via our Giant Deckchair, wether it’s a branding, or an experiential marketing exercise your looking for, or simply a memento of your special day, our team will be glad to discuss full branding options with you and look forward to making your event extra special.
Tested to meet the mark!
Our Giant Deckchairs have been tested to the following standards:
BS EN 581-1:2006 BS EN 1022:2005 BS EN 581-2:2009 Contract Level
Dimensions & recommendations We recommend that the weight load on the Giant Deckchair doesn’t exceed 250kg.
Chair in collapsed state measures :285(l) x 157(w) x 10cm(h),
Chair in use measures: 230(l) x 157(w) x 210cm(h).
The width of the fabric is 120cm. and should accommodate 2 -3 adults comfortably (weight of participants have to be considered)
Each Giant Deckchair weighs approximately 50kg and requires at least 2 people to move them. But don’t worry, we have our team on hand to do the installation for you should you wish!
Please note that we require 0.85m access when manouvering through doors and corridors. Please advise us of any tight turns or any tight access points.