DetailsThe Hale AirComfort Zero Gravity Recliner brings comfort to larger bodies, offering custom heated lumbar support, air chamber massage, and support for up to 400 lbs. This tall heavy duty recliner features heated lumbar support and smooth reclining action into zero gravity position. Relieve back pain, tension in muscles and joints, increase your range of motion, and improve circulation with the heated lumbar and massage therapy of the Hale AirComfort Zero Gravity Recliner. This chair also sits higher off the ground to make entry and exit as easy as possible. With its comfortable air chamber massage and soothing heated lumbar support therapy, you have all the benefits needed to relax and rejuvenate your body.
Features & Benefits:
- Air chamber massage and stretch program puts aching muscles at ease
- Proprietary memory foam seat, backrest, neck cushion, lumbar cushion
- One touch Zero Gravity
- Custom heated lumbar support
- Heavy duty solid wood frame
- Adjustable headrest angle
- 2 motors controlling the backrest and footrest independently
- Sits higher off the ground for easy entry/exit
- Separate heavy duty motors for footrest and recline
- Battery backup
- Dimensions: 49"H x 301/2"W x 401/2"L (63" reclined)
Weight capacity: up to 400 lbs.
- Hale AirComfort Zero Gravity Recliner is rated out of 5 by 6.Rated 5 out of 5 by VeggieQueen from Beauty and function My husband and I tried this chair out in a Relax the Back store and then could hardly wait to have ours delivered. We are in our 60s and after a full day of gardening we both have back pain. We use this chair as a complement to stretching exercises, yoga and hot baths. My husband was originally set on getting one of those all over massage chairs, the ones that look like a jet console, but I wanted something beautiful for our living room. This chair is the perfect combination of the two. It is easy to use, with simple buttons and we both find that we end up asleep in it after a round or two of massage. I cannot comment on its durability yet since we have only had it a couple of weeks, but so far we are in love with this chair!Date published: 2016-03-07Rated 1 out of 5 by Bear1959 from Doesn't hold up well First, I'll be honest I picked this up because of its heavy duty rating. Rated at 400 lbs, I expected this to last a bit longer than just 2 years. After the first year I noted the motors would make a loud noise during initial positioning. It continued to work but everyone knew that the chair was being adjusted regardless of where they were in the house. After two years the back broke at the welds making it non-repairable. For this price point I would have expected a longer life. Wouldn't recommend for use by anyone over 300lbs regardless of its rating.Date published: 2016-10-20Rated 5 out of 5 by mark from First time buyer I bought the Hale AirComfort Zero Gravity Recliner, for the purpose of sleeping. Yes, it isn't a bed, but I've been suffering with a slipped disc in my lower back for years. About a year ago I realized sleeping in the zero gravity position was the only thing that would allow for a full nights sleep without tossing and turning and waking up a dozen or more times due to the back aches, numb arms from sleeping on my side and neck pains from incorrect support. Comfort wise, it has a wide full length memory foam pad for larger bodies, I'm about 6ft and my feet don't hang off the bottom of the foot rest. The arm pads sit perfectly at the right height and comfortably sit back far enough compared to all the other zero gravity recliners in the store, plus they are wider (huge bonus for big arms). The air massage is excellent and does not feel uncomfortable compared to other massage chairs with the plastic rollers which makes relaxing impossible. I sleep in it for 8 hours with no such discomfort.at all. The only down would be the memory foam smell does take time before it goes away, its been over a week and it still smells but lesser each day. So I could have bought a cheaper chair, and I did a year before. I was sleeping on one of those 60 dollar zero gravity beach chairs with a thick blanket covering it to make it a bit more comfortable. Granted I did sleep better with the cheaper version compared to my mattress bed. The main downside was the plastic arm rests were still uncomfortable when sleeping, and I like to rest my arms to the side so it was unavoidable. Finally, my wife got fed up with the ridiculousness of the beach chair and told me to get something I would like since she realized I was never sleeping on a mattress again. I realize this isn't for everyone, and sleeping next to your loved one is great for the relationship, but the fact of the matter is that a tired grumpy spouse is way worse than suffering just to make life seem normal. So I'm on week two now, and I swear I never slept better, the chair has an infrared heating element which is a great feature as it does seem to relieve inflammation in my lower back after a long day sitting at work. I have no complaints about the product, it is the best thing I ever purchased. It is expensive, but I think the cost of going to a chiropractor and sleepless nights makes up for that value/cost inconvenience by a factor of ten.Date published: 2016-01-25Rated 4 out of 5 by TomJ from Air massage makes this chair unique Have had this chair for almost a week now and am quite happy with it. I had anticipated using this chair extensively considering I have lower back issues. However after a few days I have settled into a routine where I use it for about 3-4 hours per day/night. It is very comfortable, especially in the zero gravity position but without moving my television higher on the wall it isn't practical to use this chair for lounging and watching TV. So I use the heat and massage features after work and before bed. I am reaping an immediate reward in that I am sleeping more soundly since I started using the chair. The quality of the chair is good. I've read negative reviews on lower end models of this chair that use bonded leather that peels and flakes off over time. The saddle leather on this chair appears to be quality leather but just to be on the safe side I will be treating it with mink oil every few months in hopes of avoiding and potential cracking or peeling. Mechanically the chair is solid. Quiet operation and the heating component is nice as it is not spotty but evenly distributed, kind of feels like laying on a heating pad which is helpful for me. One complaint...the "remote" control. It is not remote in any sense of the word. It is hard wired to the chair and the manufacturer did not see fit to create a pocket where you can store it when not in use so it either lays on the chair or beside the chair. Several times already I have accidentally turned the chair on or off with it lying beside me in the chair.Date published: 2016-06-24Rated 2 out of 5 by Debb from Design flaw We bought two of these several years ago. They are very comfortable. For the price, though, the mechanism that controls the reclining is too fragile. We have had to replace the cable several times, which is no easy task. It just broke again, and I'm done.Date published: 2016-12-26Rated 5 out of 5 by Busby from So comfortable, I bought a second one I bought this for my boss to use while he was recovering from a surgery. He was so happy with it, he asked me to order a second one.Date published: 2017-04-17