Original offer details & such: $29.95 + $7.95 P&H. BOGO: Yes! (like anyone would have the courage to wear them alone) Includes: 2 pairs of matching footies - $7.95 P&H. Sales tax: varies. Guarantee: 30-day money back.
You know a product is popular when
writes about it. Forever Lazy made such a plateau. The Consumerist questioned whether the product name targeted the product or its market.
NY Daily News
took a couple moments
seriously, both seconds
to point it out. But what do you want to bet that folks from both these organizations turned right around and bought themselves one or, in the offer reviewed, two for one? Yeah. In the end, everyone is a liar to some degree.
And we'd be lying too if we said we were too lazy to consider buying a Forever Lazy or two. Or two for one...
Someone would refer to the onsies. Infomercial Hell went on a rant dedicated to the growing infantilism fetish in society, but we think of it more along the lines of those old western movies where the men's underwear are big one pieces with flaps in the front and back. Sure, they're like the onesie, especially w the footies. Luckily, they're detachable footies.
And, like a Snuggie ? Pfft. When Snuggie keeps the back warm we'll do a Snuggie vs Forever Lazy review. Well, maybe we'll do it sooner.
The other difference is that they're made from 100% anti-pill polar fleece. What are "anti-pills?" We first thought they it was some animal euthanasia reference but upon researching we discovered that " pill " in this case refers to those little gooky cloth balls that build up on fleece. Anti-pill polar fleece means that the surface of the fleece fabric is sheared, reducing the chances of the pilling effect. You're cats will will hate it because there's less stuff to play with, but you'll like it because it should keep longer.
We'll just assume that no polar animals are slaughtered in the making of a Forever Lazy. If you hear otherwise, let us know.
According to official product website OrderForeverLazy.com, Forever Lazy claims the following features and benefits:
- 3 stylish colors - black, gray and HOT pink (those crafty marketers)
- sizes that fit the whole family (double bonus score if you can get it to fit your dog)
- hands & feet can be free
- 100% anti-pill polar fleece
- front & back zipped hatches (that hopefully don't freeze in the cold)
Order Process: We found one complaint from the department of, "I didn't read the website before I ordered." Remember, it's an offer: $29.95+$7.95+&7.95=$45.85. Shipping taxes varied pending on state. Outside Contintental US - another $10.
Product Performance: They made fun of it. They ridiculed it. They tortured it. All in the name of cheap laughs and website traffic. But the one thing they couldn't say was that it didn't work. Then again, unless the threading comes out in a couple pulls, it's hard to mess up an apparel product. No complaints of the fabric dissipating in the moonlight, leaving the wearer naked and exposed to the winter drafts seeping through the window cracks. We also haven't heard of any cases of spontaneous combustion or the like. We take those to be good signs.
Customer Service:P.O. Box 3179 Wallingford, CT 06494
phone: 866.684.0473 hours: 8:30am-10pm EST, Monday-Friday note: website recommends giving the cs department 24-48 hours to have your order information.
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