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REMEMBER that classic episode of Friends - the one where Joey and Chandler buy his 'n' his loungers and embark on a marathon TV watching, pizza-scoffing session? Chair-makers La-Z-Boy could well have had this vision of couch-potato utopia in mind when they developed the Oasis, the ultimate lounging accessory. It has a built-in cooler for your beers, a built-in phone to order those takeaways and a six-point massager and heating system to prevent bed sores. If only they put something decent on telly, there'd be no excuse to get up.

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