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Garden Gate Zero Gravity Recliner

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Description


Extra-large zero gravity infinity recliner is 1" higher off the ground, 1" taller at the seat back and 1" longer at the footrest for maximum comfort.
Roomy 25"W seat is a full 4" wider than standard recliners. Weather- and UV-resistant woven designer fabric and molded armrests. Elastic cording with covered grommets support without pinching. Thumb lock levers hold your position securely. Includes a detachable cup holder. Position the removable pillow to support your head, neck, back, knees or ankles. Shorter fabric at foot for easier reclining, entry and exit. Removable ankle pad adds comfort for taller users. Reinforced, heavy-duty steel frame supports up to 300 lbs. Velcro wrap strap prevents unfolding during transport. Folds to 29 3/4"L x8 1/4"W x 40 1/2"H. Seat is 25"W x 19 1/2"D x 18"H. 300 lb. weight capacity.
This item qualifies for Product Protection coverage! Protect Your Investment! Product Protection eliminates out-of-pocket expenses and protects against costly product repairs or replacement. We’ll cover 100% parts and labor for up to two years following the expiration of your manufacturer’s warranty. Warranty service is available at any Camping World SuperCenter.



Technical Specs


Tech Specs

Weight: 31 lbs.

Dimensions:

Fully Reclined: 73"L x 25"W x 49"H

Folded: 29 3/4"L x8 1/4"W x 40 1/2"H

Seat is 25"W x 19 1/2"D x 18"H

Chair Position: 48 1/2"H x 30"W x 37"D

Manufacturer: Four Corners Sourcing

Mfg Part #: D09-1191-1



Reviews


Garden Gate Zero Gravity Recliner: Customer Reviews

Camper's Choice Rating

(3 Based on 3 Reviews)

Pros
Large seating area (1)
Cons
Poorly engineered and fabricated (1)

Reviewed by 3 customers

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Not what I expected


0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
December 03, 2014
First time I sat in the chair it was obvious the device was poorly engineered and fabricated. The connection elbow between the seat and foot piece is made of plastic and flexes with even the slightest pressure while attempting to recline. No doubt this piece will fail after only a few uses. The plastic flexes significantly even with only the weight of your legs resting on the foot piece. This flexing also keeps your feet and legs lower than desired and is not really comfortable when reclined. (Note: The chair is supposedly designed for up to 300 lbs. I weigh 190 and bought the chair because of its extended length. Thought it would be built more sturdy.) Also, it is noted that the cup holder mounting bracket was assembled backwards so that the pegs are toward the inside of the chair instead of toward the outside. No way to fit the cup holder onto the mount. Very poorly made. I plan to return this product before the 90 day satisfaction guarantee expires.
Pros: Large seating area
Cons: Poorly engineered and fabricated
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Very roomy chair


0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
July 13, 2014
Used our new chairs these past 10 days camping. They are comfortable and very roomy.
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Large,Sturdy and heavy,


0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
June 07, 2014
The chair seems to be well made. There is little to no flex in the frame like you would find in a lesser discount store chair. Make no mistake, this is a BIG chair as far as camping chairs go. I weigh 265 @ 5'11 and am very broad across the back and this chair even feels somewhat big for me. My petite wife gets lost in hers. The chair naturally sits in a semi reclined position. In order to get it to sit upright, as if eating at a table, you have to lock the butterfly locks located under the plastic arm rests. The reclining linkage is all metal except for the leg support part of the chair. It is linked by a flexible plastic. This does give me some longevity concern. Also, you can feel the stabilizing rod that crosses from frame to frame under the thigh section of the chair. There should be some foam attached to this rod. It gets somewhat uncomfortable after a long upright sit. Overall, it is structurally well built. It just needs some tweaks to make it a great chair.
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