- Product Dimensions: 94 x 12.7 x 63.5 cm ; 9.07 Kg
- Shipping Weight: 9.4 Kg
- Item model number: 01-0408
- ASIN: B00DQACV0S
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Aug. 7 2014
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Outsunny Zero Gravity Recliner Lounge Patio Pool Chair, Light Blue
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- Designed with comfort in mind, so much so that that they're widely used not only as camping, patio and pool furniture, but also as a reflexology chair
- Included is a removable/adjustable pillow, great for use as a headrest or for the perfect lumbar support
- UV-resistant high quality breathable mesh fabric and a powder-coated steel frame for long lasting use
- Angle lock allows you lock in several reclining angles from sitting up to the "zero gravity" position
- Weight Capacity: 300 lbs., Chair Weight: 20 lbs
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Zero gravity (or anti-gravity) chairs are designed with comfort in mind, so much so that that they're widely used not only as camping, patio and pool furniture, but also in beauty salons, offices all across the world and as a reflexology chair. Outsunny's popular line of Zero Gravity chairs are high quality and feature equipped. Included is a removable/adjustable pillow, great for use as a headrest or for the perfect lumbar support. UV-resistant high quality breathable mesh fabric and a powder-coated steel frame for long lasting use. Angle lock allows you lock in any reclining angle from sitting up to the "zero gravity" position. Features: - Powder-coated weather-resistant steel frame - The seats of the recliners are made from UV-resistant breathable mesh materials - Support for the breathable mesh area is provided by a replaceable elastic cord, creating a chair that immediately adjusts to your body's size - Foldable for easy transportation - Great for reflexology therapy - May be used both indoors and outdoors Specifications: - Overall Size (upright unfolded): 43 5/8" tall x 25 1/4" wide - Seating Width: 19" (20 3/4" between arm rests) - Fully Reclined Size: 59" long x 34 1/2" tall - Folded: 38" x 25" x 6" - Weight Capacity: 300 lbs. - Chair Weight: 20 lbs.
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In all, these seem solid for my 215 lb frame, and as long as people treat it like a deck chair, and not an exercise machine, I expect it will serve well. Some earlier reviews complain about some metal parts of the chair bending or folding on first use.
Clearly the chair folds for storage, and it reclines when in use. Therefore there are sliding components that travel up and down, or forward and backward along some of the chair's tube structures. The chairs were initially resistant to movement (folding, reclining). Therefore, before using I strongly recommend applying a lubricant on all movable surfaces and hinge points. I used a "dry film" Teflon, goes on wet, pentrates well, and then wipe off excess. Do this outside. After this application, both chairs were easy to open, close and recline. The Teflon type lube becomes dry to the touch, and should not leave an oily residue.
The end result is that both chairs easily unfold for use, and the recliner portion easily moves from upright to somewhat horizontal (not flat). I suspect this may have contributed to those earlier reviewers that experienced structural issues... if it can't move, it will bend.
Pros: Comfortable, a personal and subjective thing mostly.
Includes a wedge shaped pad, usable as a headrest or lumbar support. Easily positioned or simply left off.
The seat fabric seems quite solid, flexible bungee-like 1/4" cord, doubled, is used to secure the fabric to the frame.
Seat fabric advertised as UV resistent, definitely looks water proof, time will tell.
Once properly lubricated, the chair sets up and and reclines smoothly; knobs on each armrest lock any particular position in place, a quick 1/4 turn does it. I suspect if you try to exit the chair when it is reclined, considerable stress will result, along with bent frame components; so please return the chair to it's upright and locked position before taking off.
Con: Sloppy frame finishing - the tubes all show poorly applied finish, looks like there was some sand-like bubbly debris on the surface and it was simply painted over.
- The chair is comfortable, but all gravity recliners with the bungee cord design are comfortable.
- Attractive and sturdy.
- Armrests are hard plastic.
- It's a bit narrow. If you are a large person, you will find this a tight fit. The recliner is advertised as being able to hold up to 350 lbs, so apparently if you are heavy, you also need to somehow be thin.
- Though the pictures of the product don't show this, when the recliner is in a sitting position, the seat never reaches horizontal. The severe tilt of the seat will make it difficult for shorter people to get in and out of the chair.
- Range of motion is smaller than most gravity recliners. My previous recliner allowed me to recline almost horizontal.