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Strathwood Basics Anti-Gravity Adjustable Recliner Chair, Black with Silver Frame (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Anti-gravity recliner has a steel suspension frame to ease back tension
  • Offers infinite back and leg positions; 250-pound weight capacity; wide variety of colors
  • Durable outdoor fabric seat attaches to frame with bungee cords through metal grommets
  • Closed measures 36 inches long by 26.8 inches wide by 5.7 inches high
  • Opened measures 63.8 inches long by 26.8 inches wide by 29.3 inches high; weighs 17.82 pounds

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Product Description

Strathwood's anti-gravity recliner is designed to provide the same weightless, floating sensations NASA astronauts experience in a gravity-free environment. These reclined, "weightless" positions raise legs, thereby reducing pressure on the spine and relieving muscle tension. Due to a unique locking system, the recliner adjusts to offer infinite back and foot positions. Adding comfort to the chair is a removable pillow to serve as a headrest or lumbar support. Best of all, take the chair absolutely anywhere. It folds as compactly as standard lounge chairs.

Bungee cords through metal grommets secure the ultra-durable outdoor fabric seat to its lightweight, powder-coated steel frame and give the chair its renowned suspension seating. The body of the chair is made of a polyester yarn with a resin coating, woven into very durable and elastic fabric. The arms are made of a hard plastic for durability. Though the steel seat frame resists rust and corrosion and is powder coated to protect it from weathering, the recliner is not meant to be left outdoors year round in all weather. The recliner is designed to be very easy to set up and take down for storing.

Able to hold up to 250 pounds, the recliner measures 63.8 inches long by 26.8 inches wide by 29.3 inches high when opened and 36 inches long by 26.8 inches wide by 5.7 inches high when closed. It weighs 17.82 pounds and is available in a wide variety of colors for easy accessorizing. Strathwood also offers a variety of anti-gravity and canopy style chairs to accessorize with this one for outdoor enjoyment.

Strathwood furniture has quality, ease of use, and casual elegance at its core. Each piece is rigorously tested for durability, and assembly instructions have been standardized for simplicity from start to finish. Strathwood furniture is sleekly designed, handsomely finished, and built to last. This classic style and reliable craftsmanship will weather ever-changing trends and regular use for years to come.


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  • Shipping Weight: 22.5 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001BSQAIQ
  • Item model number: C845S-168
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (123 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #63,494 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Peter Suslock TOP 500 REVIEWER on August 7, 2012
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We've had a good deal of work and improvements done to our home this summer and one of the biggest jobs was putting in a new deck. It was completed a few weeks ago but I had been looking for lounge chairs long before.

Putting a bunch of different loungers in my cart, out of my cart, in my cart out of cart and repeat.

When it came down an apple to apple comparison these chairs were the clear winner and they're actually much nicer and better constructed than I had imagined - definitely one of the best buys I've made in quite some time.

The legs have long rubber feet so no worries about scratching the floor be it wood, tile or anything else. This same plastic covers the foot rest - a nice touch indeed.

Another excellent touch is build quality. These chairs are solid, sound and well balanced. They're nicely finished with no lack of steel screws and bolts for extra support and they're all factory finished and installed.

And another perk - these chairs are ready to go to work right out of the box, just open them up, unfold them and right under each arm is a circular button which you either pull up or down to adjust the chair - and that's all there is to it.

The sides of the frame have welded steel anchors which attach the braided Bungee cord elastic to the solid brass rivets on the side sides of the mesh. Form meets function, this makes the chairs not only spectacular looking - but incredibly strong. I'm a pretty big guy and had my 96 pound Old English Bulldog in my lap for an hour or so - the chair didn't even creek. They're built like iron.

Another nice touch is the pillow.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By F. Thomas on December 10, 2012
I bought two of these last spring and they were nice, we liked them, the were somewhat comfortable. But they didn't last through the summer. Both chairs broke at the armrest and also ripped along the seating. We are not a heavy family. I am 180lbs, my wife 110lbs, and my daughter was 40-50lbs. I would suggest that you look elsewhere.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. F. Beveridge on June 7, 2011
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This chair is very comfortable and well constructed. We gave two of them to our son for Christmas. Within a couple of uses for one of them and the first use for the other, the cross-brace that supports the front part of the chair broke at the plastic attachment points. That's right---two plastic attachment points on the forward section which bears all the stresses when tilted are plastic. The brace keeps the forward part of the chair spread, and also supports the legs of the user. It is easy to see how an otherwise good chair suffers from under-engineering at a very critical point. I wouldn't buy another one and advise you to avoid this chair.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey R. Sargent on February 27, 2010
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These chairs are fantastic... the comfort is incredible... the price is unbelievable... the ease of operation is, well, perfect on one, not so perfect on the other. We ordered two, and one was the "cat's meow" and the other was short the "meow". The levers that lock the chair in any given position worked effortlessly on one chair, but the other was difficult to lock, then more difficult to unlock. We first thought that returning the problem chair was in order, but upon closer inspection, decided that some simple sanding of the rough spots on the plastic locking mechanism would cure the problem... it did. Sure, we as consumers should not have to worry about "fixing" such things, but on the other hand, the price was better than the norm and we ended up extremely happy. We'd recommend these to anyone wanting a great deal on what are normally an overpriced item. In fact, we are going to order two more for any friends that may join our camp-outs... and we have some sandpaper at hand just in case!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Margue L. Hunt on September 3, 2011
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Although the perceived value was there when I made my selection for these chairs and out of the box they are comfortable, the MESH has torn away from the border lacing (on both chairs pruchased)and they are unusable after only eight weeks. I am thoroughly disappointed and after thirty days they were unreturnable ... Don't buy these - they won't even make it through one season.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Finn on June 6, 2013
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Anti-Gravity Chairs: Strathwood Basics vs. Caravan Canopy:

I bought 2 different anti-gravity chairs. I originally bought the Caravan Canopy for me. I was going to try it out and then buy the oversized one for my husband (he's 6'1 & about 230 pounds. A big guy but not fat. I'm 5'6 & 150 pounds. Not fat. Not thin.)

I didn't like the Caravan Canopy. My husband sat in it and liked it, so I kept it and ordered the Strathwood Basics. I like the Strathwood much better. My husband likes the Canopy better.

Here is the comparison:
Caravan Canopy:
The locking mechanism didn't really work. I like to lock my chair halfway so I can be leaning back a bit but still read. So this was the biggest thing for me. I also felt that the material was stretched a bit too tight, and I found it slightly uncomfortable. Not enough give. And finally, I found the arm rests a bit too thin. The seat part was slightly too wide.

My husband liked: The length. It fit him perfectly. He didn't find it uncomfortable. He felt that the Caravan was wider than the Strathwood and fit him better. It also seemed more sturdy and didn't move as much when he shifted around.

Strathwood Basics:
I liked that it was more comfortable & seemed to have more "give." I liked the foot rest better, too. It has sort of a flat rubber piece that the Caravan didn't have, that made it more comfortable for foot resting. The arms were wider, and I liked that. The locking mechanism WORKS! It's in a somewhat awkward place, and I'm not wild about that, but not a deal-breaker. I like that you can lock one side OR the other and it locks the chair into place. I liked the width.

My husband liked the length and liked the foot rest-thing better than the Caravan.
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