Strathwood Basics Anti-Gravity Recliner Chair

Innovative Adjustable Beach Seat

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Posted: Feb 8 | 12 Comments | Buyer Ratings: 0.0/10 |

Strathwood Basics Anti-Gravity ChairEnjoy some space age technology on the sand with this Anti-Gravity Recliner Chair from Strathwood Basics.

This beach chair was designed to offer the same feeling of weightlessness that astronauts enjoy in zero gravity. I'm not sure whether sitting in one is quite as comfortable as floating around a shuttle, but it might come close. The styling sees us sitting with our legs elevated, which reduces pressure on the spine and muscle tension all over.

Strathwood Basics knows its customers are individuals, so it's made this chair with more than just a few possible configurations. It has a unique locking system which helps it offer an infinite number of back and foot positions. Adding to that personalized level of comfort is a removable pillow, which can cushion your head or offer lumbar support.

The anti-gravity reclining chair folds up for easy transport, but its stainless steel frame makes it heavier than many models. That also makes it sturdier, although it'll rust if you leave it exposed to the elements.

Speaking of strength, I'm impressed with the seat's tough design. It's made from hard as nails Textilene material, which is secured tightly to the frame with bungee cords. These are the kind of cables people trust with their lives, so they should be built to last.

While this chair's design is sound I wouldn't recommend it for heavy beachgoers, as it's quite narrow. It's a shame that a seat that could hold a little extra weight isn't built to accommodate it.

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