Odaof Zero Gravity Recliner Lounge Patio Pool Chair, Black
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||38 x 5 x 26 inches|
|Maximum Weight Recommendation||300 Pounds|
|Item Weight||20 Pounds|
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- Included is a removable / adjustable pillow, great for use as a headrest or for the perfect lumbar support
- Weight capacity: 300 lbs., chair weight: 20 lbs.
- 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
- Comfortable, stainless, foldable for easy transportation
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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. 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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I'm a large woman, 5'10" and heavy--220+--with significant hip arthritis, so getting in and out of chairs can be a bit of an issue for me. I put the chair in an upright position, stand on the front bar (that rests on the floor), and kind of back into the seat. Once in, I can fully or partially recline by leaning back and pushing out with my feet. Getting back out is a matter of un-reclining (pulling in with my feet, basically), then using the armrests as leverage to push myself upright.
The chair, though not flimsy at all, is light enough that even I can push it back against the rail of my porch, folded, to save space, and then easily pull it out far enough to recline next time I want it. It folds up pretty flat, too, for storage.
If I had one complaint it would be that the armrests are a little low. Lying back and holding a book up (which is why I bought it--for reading outdoors), there's nowhere to put my elbows. But really, it's so wonderfully comfortable and supportive otherwise, that that's a small quibble.
I was pleased that a tray to put on side of chair was included, that came as a nice surprise.