Power recliners, our top picks

Power recliners are recliners that make all the manual labor a thing of the past. For extra comfort, they recline by the click of a button. On many occasions they also offer the possibility of moving different parts individually. So if you’d like the headrest to be a little higher in relation to the seating area, power recliners can do just that. A normal recliner however has only a limited number of arrangements. So if it’s extra comfort you want, a power recliner definitely is the way to go.

One thing to keep in mind though is that the extra cost of comfort comes with just that. An extra cost. On average power recliners tend to be 30% more expensive than their “normal” counterparts. Also the recliner needs a power cord so depending on how the sockets are placed in your home will define where the recliner can go.

Power recliners top picks:

Power recliners pick #1: 2016 Brand New Bonded Leather Power Reclinerpower recliners, best power recliners, power recliner, best power recliner

This 2016 Brand new bonded leather power recliner by fibonacci is great fun for families. You’ll have to fight for your place to sit in this one tonight as the level of comfort is amazing. The arm rest features a padded foam that wraps around the frame for added comfort. It’s contemporary adn sleek design combined with an excellent leather finish give it a very modern ook and feel while still radiating comfort. It has a dual-function operation that allows you to recline and elevate your feet at once with a push of a button. The chair is soft, durable, and easy to clean. Box Size 34″ x 30″ x 31″. Simple back assembly is required

 

Pros:

  • Extra padding around the arm rest for extra comfort
  • Cupholders in the armrest
  • Dual-function operation that reclines and elevates your feet simultaneously at the click of a button

Cons

  • Leather finish takes some maintenance work to keep it shiny and “new” looking
  • Might show signs of wear and tear relatively easily, so hanle with care

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Power recliners pick #2: HomCom Heating Vibrating PU Leather Massage Recliner

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The HomCom heating, vibrating PU leather massage recliner is so much more than just a power recliner. You can have four areas of focus as well as a high or a low speed on each area. The areas include the upper back, lumbar, thighs and legs. With 5 preset settings, you have the options of receiving a shiatsu massage as you recline back and watch TV. This recliner is excellent for people suffering from lower back pain, stress and joint problems. I added joint problems in here as on top of giving a massage, this chair has a heating function. So on those crisp fall evenings, what better than to doze off, get a nice massage and feel toasty thanks to the heated recliner. This chair comes in  colors; black, brown, cream and red.

Chair dimensions:

– Overall: 32″L x 34″W x 42″H
– Seat: 21 1/4″L x 20 1/2″W x 18 3/4″H(from ground)
– Armrests: 15″L x 6 1/4″W x 6 3/4″H(from seat)
– Back Thickness: 6″
– Back Height (seat to top): 25″
– Distance inside between chair arms: 21″

Pros:

  • Heating function as well as a massage function
  • Extremely comfortable

Cons:

  • Leather finish takes some maintenance work to keep it shiny and “new” looking
  • A lot of moving parts in this recliner, if something breaks you need to know who to call.

Power recliners #3: Long Knight Collection Power Recliner

This is one of the rare occasions where the manual version of power recliners cost more than the powered one. At less than 500$ this recliner is a steal. A lot of people have bought this or their elderly parents and all have shown to be extremely satisfied. One customer even described it as “sleeping on a marshmallow”.
This Long Knight collection power recliner is not only a recliner, it has a rocking function too. It comes in either a sleek Brown color or Gray. It has a one touch power control with adjustable positions. Features tight back and seat cushions so you don’t necessarily “sink-in”.

 

 

Pros

  • The polyester upholstery means this chair can take a hit
  • Has a rocking function
  • Excellent customer reviews

Cons

  • It is more expensive than our other two picks