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June 9, 2011

Strathwood anti gravity recliner means comfort

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I have two of these recliners and they are really comfortable, sturdy and relaxing. That this recliner is designed "to provide the same weightless, floating sensations NASA astronauts experience in a gravity-free environment" is probably pushing the limits on believablity. The recliner has positions that raise the legs with a bend in the knees so that does reduce pressure on the spine . The recliner adjusts to offer infinite back and foot positions and locks into place. There is a removeable pillow that can serve as a headrest or lumbar support.

The chair is fairly light and folds compactly, but not sure it's light enough really to "take the chair absolutely anywhere". It has a steel frame and can hold 250 pounds and the fabric of the seat is polyester yarn with a resin coating, woven into very durable and elastic fabric. The arms are made of a hard plastic for durability. The steel frame is powder coated to resist rusting, but nevertheless, it is not meant to be left outdoors overwinter.

I love the chair and recommend it as a great summer lemonade in the shade restful place to enjoy your garden and lawn.

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Posted by Marilyn Renaker at June 9, 2011 7:29 AM
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