The zero gravity chair features feet on the base of the frame that can be flipped up to allow for a gentle rocking motion should you wish.
As with most up to date zero gravity chairs, the recliner can be easily locked into position with the dual finger locks below the armrests. This allows the user to restrict the angle of recline from the upright position through to the full recline position.
The frame of the zero gravity rocking chair is made from powder coated steel to prevent peeling and corrosion. However one of the main complaints of this particular chair is that it does rust if left outdoors in the rain. We always recommend storing zero gravity chairs indoors in bad weather to keep them looking in good condition.
The zero gravity chair supports up to 120 kg.
As with almost all zero gravity chairs that are available in the UK the seat is attached to the frame using a double bungee support system. Allowing the chair to immediately adjust to your body size and shape.
A removable and adjustable padded headrest is also included to offer extra support and comfort.
The chair is able to fold down for transportation and storage and it fairly lightweight. Ideal for both indoor and outdoor relaxation.
Also included is a cup holder accessories tray to store drinks, magazines, phones/tablets and other small items as you relax.
- 120 L x 67 W x 102 H (cm) (upright)
- 133 L x 67 W x 95 H (cm) (fully reclined)
- Folded Dimension: 110 L x 66 W x 15 H (cm)
- Rocking Amplitude: 10°-35°
- No Assembly is Required
- Also available in Black via retailer
Overall the reviews on this chair are pretty positive and many love the relaxation the chair provides and how high quality and sturdy it is.
The one main complaint that comes up (as already mentioned), is that it rusts fairly quickly if left outdoors in wet weather just like the majority of zero gravity chairs do.