Rated 3 out of 5Â by Tazziebear Good quality frame but not very comfortable
The frame is decent quality, very sturdy, and I like that it's oversized but the fabric is like plastic and really stiff, without much give, which I'm not fond of. The locking levers work very well to keep the chair positioned where you like and are in a handy place with easy access. However, the pillow provided is rock hard so, for me, the pillow is not usable. It doesn't recline as far as other zero gravity chairs I've sat in so definitely not as comfortable as others. I added a chaise cushion for comfort. Since it's not something I use daily, I'm keeping it but not as happy with it as I'd hoped.
Rated 1 out of 5
Â by Tuscaloosa Poor quality. They are not weather resistant.
I bought 2 of these oversized antigravity chairs and although they say they are weather resistant within a couple of months they were leaving rust marks all over my patio so I replaced them. The new ones not only rusted but the rubber binding that holds the fabric to the frame is desintigrating. Instead of writing a bad review I decided to call the company and give them the opportunity to find a solution. They were very nice but never got back to me.
Rated 2 out of 5Â by acm03 The arm already broke
I purchased 2 of these chairs about 2 years ago. They are barely used and stored in my garage and so look in near perfect condition...other than the broken arm. The arm split right near where the hand rests. If these received heavy use and were exposed to outside elements I could see how this could occur after many years of use. However, that isn't the case with these chairs. I'm really disappointed as the warranty appears to only be one year so I'm now stuck with a defective product. I love everything else about this chair but am so disappointed it didn't last longer especially for the price.
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Verified Reviewer Cheap material...but compfy BUT....
I bought 3 about 1 1/2 years ago. Last week I saw that all of the rubber straps that attach the plastic fabric to the metal is all disintegrating. I accused my husband (since he is overweight) of breaking the straps and not saying anything when he sat in it..) Oops., The patio anti-gravity chairs do not hold up. They look great, comfortable but cheap and break. So now, I have to deal with taking them back to Kohls. Not unless the store will send someone to my home to fix them? That would be fair I think.