- Custom friction brake design allows user to recline and lock in at any angle
- Stylish and durable mesh fabric for outdoor lounging comfort
- Stainless steel grommets and rivets
- Zero-Gravity suspension style seating
- High-quality carrying case with padded shoulder strap and handle
What do you get when you combine the comfort of your living room recliner with the portability of a folding camp chair? An RV-Vacation ready, patio relaxing, replace the lawn chairs Lounge Lizard of course. This zero-gravity glider is designed with TravelChairs legendary quality, and one-of-a kind features you won’t find on lesser chairs.Super breathable, quick drying, mildew-resistant mesh fabric helps the Lounge Lizard keep you cool on hot days. The Lizard combines the portability of a folding chair with the all-out comfort of a classic, full-length chaise lounge. Like a traditional poolside lounger, the Lounge Lizard offers variable reclining positions, full-body support, and a cushioned pillow. But unlike old-school loungers, this chair uses lightweight synthetic fabric to create a cooler, more breathable, and weather-resistant chair. Their wide range of fabric choices even includes super-breathable, mildew-resistant mesh fabric.
- Dimensions Open: 38 by 26.5 by 45 inches
- Dimensions Closed: 7 by 26.5 by 38 inches
- Length: 64 inches
- Seat Height: 19 inches
- Weight: 21 pounds
- Capacity: 300 pounds
Seat belt webbing is good enough to save your life and it is good enough to reinforce our chairs. Travelchair goes beyond the industry standard to use the toughest webbing in the business.
Feet hold the chair together and keep you out of the dirt. Travelchair feet are designed, like our molded grommets, to be at peace when loaded. The nylon insures that the feet in your chair will be flexible and strong.
Travelchair molds grommets to conform to optimal angles when the chair is loaded. High strength nylon and double stitching means no compromise in durability.
Not all rivets are the same–Travelchair rivets are oversized to maintain frame integrity. Instead of drilling a large hole to drop the rivet into and then mashing down the ends for a tight fit, Travelchair drills to exacting tolerances, which means more manufacturing time spent creating products, and much longer product life.
Travelchair steels and aluminums are a grade higher than what is on the market and a tick or two thicker than the average chair, resulting in stronger, longer lasting frames.
The common thread throughout the Travelchair line is that each fabric is the ultimate in durability for its intended use. Take the 600 denier nylon, for example. Travelchair uses a double layer instead of a single layer like discounted store chairs. The ballistic nylon and polyester meshes have been put through rigorous product testing in the Desert Southwest, in Chilean Patagonia, and in the Travelchair warehouse in Gig Harbor, Washington.
Travelchair finishes products with details such as bar tacking, doubling of fabrics, and reinforcement fabrics made of seat belt material because they believe the bottom line is superior design.