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Old 06-12-2013, 04:57 PM   #1
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Anyone know where we can find lightweight outdoor recliners? We went to Camping World today to get our awning replaced and I had my heart set on outdoor recliners. We found a good deal on a set of two, but when my husband went to lift the box with 2 inside, they were too heavy for him. He then over to 1 floor model and lifted it and said it would be too heavy for him and also to put in the 1 compartment we have where you really have to stretch to put it in. He has a severely damaged shoulder that was injured on the job years ago and cannot lift a lot with it. Would appreciate any ideas out there. Thank you very much.

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Old 06-12-2013, 05:08 PM   #2
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Healthy Back store has great zero gravity recliners... now we have to get rid of the heavy zero gravity recliners we bought at camping world

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I've seen some aluminum frame one's, don't remember where. Do a serach one, should be able it find them.

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These, although a bit pricey, are much lighter than the standard outdoor camp-chair recliners. Plus they're padded. If you can get over having to buy from CW

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Okay, great. Thanks all. Will check these out.
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We got our zero gravity chairs from Sam's Club and they are great. They even have a built in table and adjustable head rest.

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