Quite simply, a recliner is an upholstered armchair that tilts backwards to put the body in a relaxing position. It also has a footrest that rises when the chair is reclined. With the Indian urban space offering almost none or very little outdoor entertainment, walking parks, play grounds etc, people are getting accustomed to sitting in front of their TV screens, when they get back home.
We Provide Recliners Starting from 8000 INR to 25000 INR for everybody from connoisseurs to commoners. Traditionally, women have never been big fans of recliners. They prefer sofas for the simple reason that you can share a sofa but you can’t share a recliner. Not any more. The new generation of recliners offers two-seaters and multiple-seat options that allow families to watch films together.
Recliners are the Stress Busters in this Digital Age where everyone are glued to Laptops, Tv Screens & Ipads. Recliners are not for just for the young. There is a motorised recliner designed for the elderly that can bring a user from reclining to walking position.
Recliners are not for just for the young. There is a motorised recliner designed for the elderly that can bring a user from reclining to walking position. The Auto Lift Chair for seniors is equipped with “easy-lift recline” technology that moves the entire chair at a slower speed, to allow a user to easily come out of the recliner and walk.
Doctors say recliners also have health benefits. “Recliners are definitely a good form of relaxation because they fit the curves of the body and our muscles have to work less to support those curves,” says Dr Raman Kant Aggarwal, Shoulder Specialist and Joint Replacement Surgeon, Fortis Memorial Research Institute, Gurgaon. “Recliners, at times, serve as the only option in certain disorders like sleep apnoea and virtually any shoulder pain.”
But doctors warn that recliners cannot make up for lack of exercise. “If we are not exercising, recliners cannot help us improve our health,” says Dr Aggarwal. “We need to strengthen our muscles by walking, yoga etc while resting recliners can provide comfort to our muscles and bones.”