Special price through Oct 24th
Zero Gravity Chair
Can incredible comfort get even better? Yes! Better padding, more precise dimensions for superior body alignment and stronger-backed fabric for ultimate support all come together to melt away stress. Sturdy metal frame. Massage/heat function uses AC adapter (included). 300-lb. capacity. Assembly required. 28 1/2" w x 45" h x 41 3/4" d.
- Zero Gravity design reduces stress on your entire body—making it ideal for those with back problems
- Four vibrating, massaging motors and heat add extra comfort. Just adjust the time and intensity with the remote! (Side pocket keeps the remote close)
- Simply turn the knob and adjust the recline to your desired position—from upright to fully reclined (zero gravity)
- Super-soft microfiber cover and solid wood arm supports give it the look of fine furniture
Ratings & Reviews
Zero Gravity Chair is rated out of 5 by 101.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Setterkate from You get what you pay for. Received the chair after 1 week the top and bottom vibrations quit. A replacement was sent out but was sent to my mailing address and not my physical address. It took me two weeks to get the chair to my physical address. Everything worked but during the first day the top fibration section quit working. I needed that section for my arthritic shoulders is very disappointed. Too much trouble to send the back. I have to find someone to put the chair together and to take the defective chair apart just not worth all the trouble. I knew it was a cheap chair to begin with but the vibration sections could have worked for a while
Date published: 2022-06-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by Guy Neighbors from Potential My father purchased this chair after the 2nd Moderna shot caused him to go to ICU twice. I give the instructions 3 out of 5 stars. I attempted to assemble got about 60 % complete same with my son. So then we call Task rabbit and the pro gets it to 90% the recliner at the feet remain a full foot off the ground as constructed. Do we have misaligned parts , At our wits end. I'm not wrestling with it again with 2 neck fusions. It appears to be a decent chair . Help !
Date published: 2022-02-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by BillyDan from Let me EXPLAIN this chair to you! This is the most awesome chair I’ve ever had. I love it so much I cannot even express it in words. That said, I understand why some people write reviews saying it’s hard to lean back or get back up. There is definitely a learning curve. I bought the manual chair because I’m constantly getting up and down and I’m impatient, so the slow motorized chair would drive me crazy. 1st thing to be aware of is that this is NOT a recliner. The seat and back move as a unit. Imagine laying down a regular 4 legged chair…the seat and back move together like that. However I was DELIGHTED to discover that the lower part of the leg rest DOES operate independently using a push button. So you can sit upright and pop the leg rest up. And you can ADJUST the leg rest position when you lay back. It’s shorter than a recliner leg rest but fine for my height. That adjustable leg rest makes this chair BETTER than the HUMAN TOUCH PERFECT CHAIR that I was about ready to spend about $3000 for. This chair is much lighter weight, easier to move…and the leg rest adjusting is just the icing on this delicious chair. But back to the issue here…you must use your body weight to lean back. Sometimes including your arms. As you start leaning back you can shift your bottom by lifting on the arms, to shift your weight and that’s how you go back and up again. It’s become so natural that I can maneuver the chair easily and quickly. Im 5’7. 67 years old and I do have back issues. My back loves this chair. There is a lock to turn to keep the chair where you want it. However, if this is for a person who can’t move easily or cannot understand how to use their arms over their head and cannot easily shift their body weight or has no arm strength…then the motorized chair would be NECESSARY. The Motor runs slowly. But if someone doesn’t get up and down all the time, and just wants to relax, the motor is the way to go. This chair has a firm seat but I was used to a soft chair that I sank down into. Now I greatly prefer this chair. It’s very easy to get out of. It’s not hard at all. Soft enough to be comfortable. Firm enough to make standing up easy. Another consideration is watching TV. I already had my tv mounted up near the ceiling so I can see tv easily when I lay back all the way. But if your tv is down low your feet wil block your view of the screen. However, the point of this chair is to relax the back. This is a TRUE ZERO GRAVITY CHAIR. I hope this review will help you decide whether this chair is for you. I love it so much that if I had room I’d buy a spare in case this one doesn’t hold up. It’s very simple to assemble. They include the tools. Im not mechanical and it was a snap for me. It’s a very simple design. Not anything that looks fragile. But I’m easy on furniture and I’m light weight. I know it says it supports a lot of weight, but if you are heavy, just be easy on it. Don’t plop down…control your weight as you sit down. I think this chair will last ME a very long time. I sure hope they sell them forever because I cannot imagine ever finding a more comfortable ZERO GRAVITY chair, once you figure out how to move it…just don’t expect it to be a LazyBoy recliner. It is not. Understand what you are buying. Be willing to remount your TV and be prepared to have less back pain. As for “massage”…its a joke…it’s a little vibration that is noisy and I do not find it necessary or useful at all. It’s just silly. HOWEVER THE HEAT IS AWESOME. The heat is fantastic. I LOVE THE HEAT. This chair is worth every cent without the heat…but the heat is like a built in heat-pad for your back. The heat is also delicious…like the sprinkles on the icing on this chair. Did I mention I LOVE this chair. I feel so grateful to have found it. If this was available on Amazon it would have 100,000 reviews & 4.8 stars because nothing pleases everyone.
Date published: 2022-01-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kanna37 from Zero Gravity Chair Wish the cushioning was a little softer, and the button to raise the leg-rest wasn't down the side between the seat and sidearm, it's a bit awkward to get to. Other than that, it's definitely going to be getting some major use.
Date published: 2022-01-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by Gennie from Zero Gravity chair I had bought this back in January 13 ,2021. It has stopped working , the leg part stopped. The button you push don't work. And my dog chewed the AC adaptor cord into so I need to get another cord. Can you all help?
Date published: 2021-12-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by Kcsunshine from Love but just broke I have had a little over a year 08/2020 and broke today in weld on right side 12/2021 said it would hold 300 lbs. I am 130 and 5'2"
Date published: 2021-12-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by Pig from Not. Comfortable I brought over three or four months ago just unpacked and it is not good at all
Date published: 2021-11-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by S. Pruitt from Great for low back pain! I purchased this chair for my father who has herniated and bulging discs in his lower back. He absolutely loves it! He has commented on several occasions that he has no pain while reclined in the chair. It was easy for us to assemble, but the directions for the reclining are a little confusing. Once the side knobs are loosened, you have to use your body weight by leaning back to swing the chair backwards. We also found that it reclines easier with the footstool down. Additionally, the chair is more like a vibrating chair instead of massaging. We still consider this a good purchase and are well pleased!
Date published: 2021-11-13
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Question & Answer
Does anyone have the electrical plug to this chair they want to sell. Apparently without an order number they cannot send me a plug and I don’t have an order number from 4 yrs ago.
Hi Laura, We are sorry that we are unable to help you with the electrical plug for your Powered Zero Gravity Chair. We suggest that you take your current electrical plug to an electrical store and see if they can help you.
Date published: 2022-04-28
The footrest does not adjust when button is pressed/released. Footrest remains in the extended position. The instructions, although confusing, are detailed enough to figure out, I just not getting the results. footrest is not responding to button.
Hi Sandy, We are sorry to hear the Zero Gravity Chair is not working to your expectations. Please contact Customer Service at Customerservice@seventhavenue.com and we would be happy to help you with this issue. Thanks for letting us know!
Date published: 2022-04-18
How does the Gravity chair recline?
Hello, To recline the Zero Gravity Chair, simply turn the knob and push back against the back of the chair to adjust the recline to your desired position. We hope this information is helpful!
Date published: 2022-04-15
I lost the power cord for my chair when I was moving, so I am wanting to know how many volts and amps is needed to operate it correctly
The Chair operates on 110/120V and 25Watts. We hope this information is helpful.
Date published: 2022-03-14
Do you sell replacement cushions for these chairs?
We do not offer replacement cushions.
Date published: 2022-02-23
What is the seat height to the floor. I have trouble getting out of low chairs so I really need to know
Hello. The Zero Gravity Chair has a seat height of 18". We hope this information is helpful.
Date published: 2022-02-21
Is there option for cover, other than microfiber
Hello Gerri, The Zero Gravity Chair is only available in the mircrofiber material.
Date published: 2022-02-11
what is the micro fiber made from on the zero gravity chair? Is there a prop 65 California warning?
Hi Craig, Thanks for inquiring! There is not a Prop65 warning for the Chair. We hope this information is helpful.
Date published: 2022-02-01
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