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Human Touch Zero Gravity The Perfect Chair - Manual Recline Black SoftHyde with Walnut Wood

2.8 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews
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  • Classic II The zero gravity position cradles your back and elevates your legs above your heart.
  • Easy ingress and egress are achieved with the extended range of motion in the upright position.
  • Exclusive Features Patented OrthonomicTM body frame with built-in lumbar curve.
  • Extra wide leg rest provides maximum comfort.
  • Manual Recline Zero Gravity Perfect Chair - Black and Walnut

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New Perfect Chair - Manual Reclining lounger positions you so there is no pressure on your spine, your lungs have room to breathe and your legs are raised to lower your blood pressure. Plus this chair is also a handsome piece of furniture. Black vinyl upholstery and walnut-stained wood legs. Armrest controls let you choose the angle and tilt the chair forward to help you get in and out. Black Vinyl Manual Recline Perfect Chair with Walnut wood base. Hand-carved and hand-stained 100% renewable solid parawood base. High-tensile-strength steel body frame provides protection against rust and discoloration. Articulating headrest. High density lumbar support. Fluid manual recline uses the body's own weight to gently ease into all recline angles.

Product Information

Item Weight 100 pounds
Shipping Weight 90 pounds
Manufacturer HUMAN TOUCH
ASIN B0000UNPUW
Item model number Zero Gravity Perfect Chair Recliner Blk
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2.8 out of 5 stars 36 customer reviews

2.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,398,400 in Home and Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home and Kitchen)
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By Mark on April 26, 2011
I purchased the manual version of this 4 years ago. At first it was very comfortable but after about 6 months the foam padding became hard, indented and a lot less comfortable. A few weeks ago the legs started to pull apart, Human Touch are terrible, they have no fix and will not sell a new base, and once your warrant has expired you are out of luck. So we are clear I am the only person that sits in this chair and I weight 175Ibs

I never write reviews I just felt very strongly about this inferior product and company.
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I've been trying out the Perfect Chair, model PC-6, for a few days. I have some reservations about it. Maybe I was set up to have reservations when I noted that the accompanying literature warns persons who've had back surgery to consult with their physicians before using the chair. It doesn't say what the problem might be. I notice such warning because I've had back surgery and have occasional discomfort from degenerative discs in my lower spine. But since the chair was already in my living room, I decided to forego medical consultation and try it anyway.

I find the chair less than fully comfortable in all positions but the fully laid back, zero-gravity, position. Three issues contribute:

1) When the chair is fully upright, the seat tilts forward, so you tend to be sliding out of it. That's not good for a long sitdown (obviously, a reclining chair is not intended for fully upright use, anyway).

2) In all by the zero-gravity position, the rather thin padding makes the lumbar compression normal in sitting pretty noticeable. (I believe you can shell out another couple hundred dollars for some additional padding).

3) The leg-rest area doesn't support my feet. After years of using an ottoman, I found this decidedly uncomfortable, although it would probably diminish over time. A shorter person would not have the unsupported-foot problem, but then their knee-to-fanny length might not match that dimension of the seat.

It appears to me that the "zero-gravity" position is what this chair is intended for. That is, tilted all the way back so the occupant's lower back is totally decompressed and the knees are elevated. I expect all the zero-gravity chairs work fine in this position.
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We purchased 2 zero gravity The perfect chair, manual recline just under a year ago. Overall the chair is very comfortable and modern looking. Easy to recline manually, I don't know why you would need to go electric on this so save your money. We paid about $1500 per chair, leather, with table that attaches between the chairs.
PROS:
Attractive
comfortable for the most part
do not take up a lot of space
easy to move around

CONS:
Leather cover is too thin, almost paper thin on a backing. Ours have already split and we are normal weight people.
Very hard to clean because of how thin the leather is. Rub it too hard with a cloth and you will rub off the leather.
I don't like not being able to straighten my legs out occasionally. The chair is designed to curve your legs and this bothers my legs at times.
The leg extender is a waste of money and doesn't fit well and doesn't do anything but scrape the floor. If you cannot straighten your legs out why do you need the option of paying more for a leg extender? Don't.
Overpriced for what you get. A little hardware, a little wood, cheap leather and some foam. $300-500 per chair would be more in line with what you get.
All the options are additional costs.

In summary, I would not buy this chair again unless the price came down by about 2/3's.
The design should be improved to be able to straighten the bottom of the chair when desired.
Find one at a store and sit in it and inspect it very carefully before you drop that much money on this chair to see exactly what you will be getting no matter where you purchase it from.
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The Zero Gravity chair is wonderful for specific needs. I have various musculoskeletal aches and pains ( back, neck, shoulder ) that inevitably reach a point during the night that forces me up and out of bed.
I usually find myself sitting on the couch as sitting is less uncomfortable. Sometimes I fall asleep there for the night. So I was looking for something that would maximize the comforting result of changing position and perhaps be something to really sleep or nap on.
At the same time, I have venous insufficiency and swelling of the ankles where elevating my legs is good therapy. For both these things the chair is terrific. My night is now comfortably divided between the bed and chair, the latter bringing great comfort. The leg elevation gives the chair a one two punch.
I couldn't have asked for a better solution to my problems.
I should say that the chair can be used to watch TV or sit and chat, but it isn't ideal or worth spending the money for that. I give it an " A+ " for the things it is directly for.
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the cable that controls the break for reclining the chair breaks like clock work every six months and has done so for the five years I've owned it.

I rattled the cage at Human Touch the first three times it happened—the cable was replaced every time it broke on warranty—but to have to replace the cable on a $2,000 chair every six months is not acceptable.

the last time I had interaction with them they claimed I had received the old cable and they had a "new improved redesigned cable" so I got one replacement for free on warranty but had to pay for the second one (figured if I ordered two the inertia required to order another cable after I replaced the one that was sure to break in six months wouldn't cause me the mental anguish of knowing I'd paid $2000 for a piece of junk furniture that cost $200 to make and ship from Asia) and low an behold the "new improved redesigned cable" is exactly like the old cable.

so I've lived with the chair being "the imperfect chair and not a recliner" for a year and a half and today I'm replacing the cable yet again with what is claimed to be a "new improved redesigned cable" feeling all the world like Charlie Brown preparing to kick the football being held by Lucy who has just spent five minutes assuring Charlie Brown this time she won't pull it away at the last moment.

I weigh 220 pounds and do not perform gymnastics on the chair, nor do I obsessively adjust the chair up and down, nor do I slam the breaks on at full speed—to contrary after the cable broke the first time I adjust the chair sparingly and gingerly and yet the cable breaks like clock work
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