Large Mesh Canopy Zero Gravity Recliner

Catalog Item # 69105 Members Only Special

This zero gravity infinity recliner has cool woven polyester mesh fabric that lets air move through so you stay cool.

Flexible canopy shades you from hot, burning sun or folds back out of the way when you don’t need it. Moveable pillow supports your head and neck–locking knobs to hold your position. Ergonomic molded armrests and twist. Rubber padded footrest and non-slip leg protectors. Heavy-duty elastic cord holds seating surface in place on durable steel frame. 300 lb. wt. capacity. This chair is a bronze/copper color, but looks darker in bright light.

Technical Specifications

27.15 lbs.

Folded: 37"L x 29 1/2"W x 7"H

Reclined: 66"L x 29 1/2"W x 30"H without canopy, 42"H with canopy up

Seat: 18"H x 21"W x 19"D

Canopy: 17"D x 24 1/4"W

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 4 reviews (5 Based on 4 Reviews)

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Pros
  • Comfortable (1)
  • Large seating area (1)
  • Well built (1)
Cons
  • Can't put feet straight down to ground from chair (1)
  • No straps or clips to keep the chair closed when transporting (1)

Worth the money...

by Anonymous – April 27, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

This recliner is great! Nice and roomy and comfortable. Canopy and tray are nice extras.

Large Mesh Canopy Recliner

by Happy customer – November 21, 2013
5 out of 5 stars

I love them! My husband and I bought them for a camping trip. They are very comfortable and very well made. The canopy shades yo

easy to use

by Anonymous – January 06, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

I ordered two of these chairs, one as a gift. Although I have not had them out camping, I can say they look good, appear to be w

Chair

by Captain Morgan – January 07, 2015
3 out of 5 stars

Ordered chair online and had shipped to home. Arrived from work to the outer box entirely open. There was not one piece of tape st

by Peggy – December 01, 2014
Made in China.
by Camping World – December 01, 2014
See item 69233.
by Camping World – July 07, 2014
by Anonymous – June 18, 2014
This is considered a zero gravity design, yes.
by Camping World – June 19, 2014

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