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Title: Zero Gravity Chairs
Post by: Simple Song on May 30, 2009, 07:19:06 pm
Anyone carry these in their PC.  We have two and trying to think where we could carry them - probably in the dinghy ?


Title: Re: Zero Gravity Chairs
Post by: Dick & Trish on September 30, 2010, 10:43:03 pm
We have a 3100 with a slide.  I had our local boat cover man make slip over covers with velcro on the bottoms and handle/straps on each side for easy carrying.  I also had him put velcro straps on the sides so that the chairs can be snugged together in the upright position for travel.  We carry them immediately behind the driver seat, and the slide, when it is retracted.  It works perfect.  They ride well and the covers are color coordinated with the leather on the driver/passenger seats.


Title: Re: Zero Gravity Chairs
Post by: Bob Mahon on October 01, 2010, 08:58:15 am
I am looking for a folding chair to use when watching TV and the idea of storing it behind the Driver's seat appeals to me.

But before I buy anything, I'd like to know what a "Zero Gravity Chair" is.

Can anyone give me a source?

Thanks.


Title: Re: Zero Gravity Chairs
Post by: Dick & Trish on October 03, 2010, 10:20:33 pm
I am looking for a folding chair to use when watching TV and the idea of storing it behind the Driver's seat appeals to me.

But before I buy anything, I'd like to know what a "Zero Gravity Chair" is.

Can anyone give me a source?

Thanks.

They look like a folding patio recliner.  We purchased ours at Wal-Mart or Lowe's.  You should pay under $50.00 for one.  They have aluminum frames and webbing from the frame to the seating material.  You can go from a up right position to a totally reclined position by pushing on the foot bar or the arm rests.  Most have a locking mechanism to hold the reclined position.  They are very comfortable.  Good luck on your search............just ask in the patio dept about zero gravity chairs!