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Durable Textaline Fabric Suspended by Double Bungee System | Supports up to 300 lbs
Supports up to 300 lbs
Quality and Comfort The Caravan Sports Infinity Zero Gravity Chair offers the ultimate portable comfort. The new and improved locking system allows you to lock the chair in any position and an adjustable headrest is provided for additional comfort or use as lumbar support. Perfect for any backyard, beach or sporting event. Zero Gravity Comfort The Caravan Sports Infinity Zero Gravity Chair elevates the legs and reduces pressure on the back. This position simulates the gravity-free environment astronauts experience in space. The locking mechanism allows for multiple recline positions and a headrest is provided for additional comfort or use as a lumbar support. Portable, Convenient & Comfortable The Infinity Zero Gravity Chair folds neatly and is easy to transport to the beach, a barbeque, or a game. Sit back and rest easy as the Caravan Infinity Zero Gravity Chair takes comfort to a new level! Folded dimensions: 38.6 inches length x 26.4 inches width x 6.3 inches high. Open dimensions: 25.5 inches length x 45 inches width x 64.5 inches height. Supports up to 300 lbs. Durable Outdoor Fabric Durable, long lasting, textilene outdoor grade fabric is suspended by double bungee system on the high strength and durable powder coated steel frame. Available in 3 colors: blue, beige and gray. Included Headrest Adjustable headrest is provided for additional comfort or use as lumbar support. Simply slide the padded pillow up and down the frame back to find the best position for you. Dual Finger Tip Locking System The new and improved locking system allows you to lock the chair in any position. Simply lean back, lock your position and enjoy. Zero Gravity Chair Relax with the smooth recline function that locks in any position, adjustable headrest/lumbar support.
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October 6, 2016
I figured it was my fault and went back to sleep. When I inspected the chair in the morning to my surprise both armrest were broken. The armrests are what control the chair from reclining. Each armrest has a lock that should keep the chair in the desired position. They had both slipped allowing the chair to recline further back that it was designed to and break the armrests thus causing the chair to become out of balance. I probably spent a total of only 8 hours in the chair. I am very disappointed. Needless to say this is going back. I cannot in good conscience recommend this chair.
June 6, 2013
I bought 2 different anti-gravity chairs. I originally bought the Caravan Canopy for me. I was going to try it out and then buy the oversized one for my husband (he’s 6’1 & about 230 pounds. A big guy but not fat. I’m 5’6 & 150 pounds. Not fat. Not thin.)
I didn’t like the Caravan Canopy. My husband sat in it and liked it, so I kept it and ordered the Strathwood Basics. I like the Strathwood much better. My husband likes the Canopy better.
Here is the comparison:
The locking mechanism didn’t really work. I like to lock my chair halfway so I can be leaning back a bit but still read. So this was the biggest thing for me. I also felt that the material was stretched a bit too tight, and I found it slightly uncomfortable. Not enough give. And finally, I found the arm rests a bit too thin. The seat part was slightly too wide.
My husband liked: The length. It fit him perfectly. He didn’t find it uncomfortable. He felt that the Caravan was wider than the Strathwood and fit him better. It also seemed more sturdy and didn’t move as much when he shifted around.
I liked that it was more comfortable & seemed to have more “give.” I liked the foot rest better, too. It has sort of a flat rubber piece that the Caravan didn’t have, that made it more comfortable for foot resting. The arms were wider, and I liked that. The locking mechanism WORKS! It’s in a somewhat awkward place, and I’m not wild about that, but not a deal-breaker. I like that you can lock one side OR the other and it locks the chair into place. I liked the width.
My husband liked the length and liked the foot rest-thing better than the Caravan. But he found the width to be a bit too constricting. He felt less secure in the Strathwood… like it might collapse.
A couple of other considerations:
I found the sturdiness to be fine on both. They appear to be about the same length (although I think, according to the specifications, the Caravan is longer). The Caravan is definitely wider. The Strathwood seems to go lean further than the Caravan. I’m not sure if that’s a good thing or a bad thing, although I almost felt there’s a possibility that I could fall over backwards in the Strathwood. I didn’t test it, heh.
Final thoughts: I think the Caravan is better for bigger people than the Strathwood. The Strathwood is slightly more comfortable. If locking the chair into position is important to you, then don’t get the Caravan.
UPDATE 9/4/2014: I am now less enamored of the Strathwood. The locking mechanism broke (a long time ago. After my review, but fairly soon after I received the chair), and the bar, in the back, is now sticking in my back. I wouldn’t buy it again.
June 6, 2016
UPDATE: For what it’s worth, the company was responsive and refunded me within a day – no hassle.
April 18, 2015
I mean, yes, this didn’t cost me an arm and a leg… but you get what you paid for.