Their pricing usually starts at about $350 but expect to pay $600 and up for a well-built model. A trendier option these days for the space- or style-conscious are push-back models, which recline when you’re leaning back. They can cost as little as $250, but, on the downside, tend not to last as long as those with levers, since the mechanism gets more of a workout.
But how do you tell the quality by just taking a quick seat while at the store? Rocker recliners — think traditional La-Z-Boy — rock when upright and lower fully, usually by means of a hand lever.
After a hard day’s work, there’s nothing better than sitting and getting all comfortable and cozy in a soft, comfy chair. But finding a recliner that will perfectly fit your body and your budget at the same time (prices range from $250 to $5,000) isn’t as relaxing and easy. If we’re also adding quality, a decent lounger should last at least 10 years with regular use. Here’s how to pick one that won’t break down prematurely!