Reclining Gravity Balans Chair

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

Chairs literally come in all shapes and sizes, but few look as comfortable as the Gravity Balans Chair. Designed by Peter Opsvik for Varier Furniture, this chair lets you kick back and experience zero gravity at the office or at home.

Suitable for everything from power naps to playing Call Of Duty, this chair has been designed to offer the optimum user experience with 4 different reclining positions. Each of the positions will provide a soothing and relaxing, yet different experience than the next. The different leg elevations of the foot rest are designed to improve blood flow and circulation, while the spine and neck support provide that feeling of zero gravity, or weightlessness. The chair took quite some time to hit the market, but is now available for prices upwards of $2,600. [Purchase]

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