Yoler Sturdy Zero Gravity Lounge Chair Review.
If you’ve been clicking link after link in search of a longer and stronger zero gravity lounge chair, pause for a moment and consider this one.
Yoler reports that their recliner can hold up to 600 pounds. And when it’s fully open, it measures 66 inches, or 5.5 feet long.
How does that compare to other zero gravity chairs on the market?
The Yoler can support almost twice as much weight as some, and it’s about 2 inches longer than the average lounge.
Its strength comes from its steel frame and reinforced brackets.
It also has non-slip feet that keep it firmly in place. Many reviewers comment on how they love its stability.
But there is another question to answer, and that’s the width.
The Yoler lounge is 21 inches wide. That’s bigger than the average Adirondack chair, and quite a bit larger than a metal folding chair or an airplane seat in economy class. It’s much roomier than those seats are.
Of course, it’s important to know the size because this recliner has armrests.
Speaking of armrests, they adapt to different heights. And since they are padded with fabric, they don’t burn skin in the hot sun. They are pleasantly comfortable if a little narrow.
Plus, other features make the Yoler recliner very comfy for lounging.
Instead of plastic or synthetic fibers, the body of the chair is covered with 1200 denier double Oxford cloth. This material is cool and breathable so that if you perspire, you won’t stick to the chair.
It’s also resistant to abrasion, a benefit that enhances the longevity of the lounge.
Next, the lounger comes with a padded headrest. The headrest is adjustable to different positions, including lower down on the backrest for lumbar support.
And it’s covered in the same breathable oxford cloth as the body of the recliner and the armrests.
Furthermore, the Yoler chair reclines to four different positions. These positions range from allowing the user to sit up straight down to a nearly horizontal position.
When lying down, the front part of the chair is flat so that user’s legs are extended. And that brings us to the one downside of this recliner.
A true zero gravity chair removes pressure from the body by allowing the back to recline to about 130°. But it should also allow the knees to remain bent at about the same angle. The Yoler lounge does not, although it’s quite comfortable all the same.
Then, once the owner is done lounging, the chair folds up accordion-style for storage or transport. And it comes with a carrying bag.
Although it weighs close to 26 pounds, that doesn’t seem to bother many customers. In exchange for a little more weight, they have a sturdy lounger.
- Supports up to 600 pounds
- Sturdy and stable steel frame with non-slip feet
- Roomy 21-inch wide seat and 66-inch length
- 1200D Oxford cloth is breathable and abrasion-resistant
- Padded armrests and adjustable headrest
- Four positions for reclining
- Folds for transport and storage
- Comes with carrying bag
- Covered by a 180-day warranty
- Not a true zero gravity chair, but does recline almost completely flat