It's an inexpensive rocker/recliner. Foot stool is easy to open with handle, but hard to close by pushing down with your legs. Feels "creaky" when rocking. There is a reason why the Lazy-Boy recliner costs 3X as much.
Shopped around for a new recliner and after comparing over 100 purchased this one. I would rate it as follows on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being best: Comfort: 3.5 (planning to add an orthopedic memory foam layer cut to size from a twin mattress pad and place a slipcover over this chair and it should significantly improve in comfort as the size and arms overall would rate higher if the seat and back were more inviting- there is support but no feeling of "cushion" Price: 10 Purchased for about $176 with promo Value: 10 Could not find a better buy overall Appearance: 8 The contour and design is more complimentary than many overstuffed la z boy style models- don't expect to fall asleep instantly, but because the fabric of this chair is not fit to endure heavy use well, adding a layer of gel foam support etc and a slipcover is a cheap way to get a beautiful chair that puts the ugly recliners to shame, at a great price point! Definitely recommend Ease of assembly: 10
This chair was INCREDIBLY easy to assemble. You just screw on the legs and pop the back on. It's a very low profile recliner, so it's perfect for people who don't have the space for a giant La-Z-Boy. I love it!
This lazy-boy is nicer than I thought it would be. I was looking to buy an inexpensive chair for occasional relaxing and this was the least expensive I could find. When I put it together and sat on it, it was very comfortable and actually very easy to put together. It's cushiony and it's hard not to fall asleep in it. My only issue is that the arm rests should be higher, but for the price, this is a great value. And it looks better in person, than on the picture.
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