Quality reclining massage chairs are hard to find (in the style of a la-z-boy, that is).
It’s not a product many players in the massage industry make. Kahuna, Real Relax, Relaxonchair, nor Luraco have reclining massage chairs anywhere in their product line.
There is one recliner chair that stands out among the rest. It’s the Esright massage recliner chair.
Read our full review to get the scoop on the pros and cons of this chair.
3 Reasons You Should Buy Esright Massage Recliner Chair
- It’s a soft, sink-in type of chair that is heavenly. With these types of chairs, comfort is the number one priority. And Esright delivers. It’s got high-quality durable PU leather that is padded with thick sponges in the back cushion and arm rest.
- The heat is strong and massage functions is effective. Because the focal point of this chair isn’t the massage, sometimes the brands slack on the massage capabilities. Well, Esright got it right since you can feel the heat and the massage pretty well. Oh, you can also use the heat without the massage (thank goodness!)
- It’s workstation with storage. Let’s be honest, when you’re that comfortable you tend to do your best work. This chair is a great work station and has storage to store paperwork, mouse, keyboard, and other office accessories.
Features And Benefits
- Dimensions: 43.2 inches (Height), 35.8 inches (Depth), 33.5 inches (Width)
The first thing you notice about this chair is the glossy high-quality PU leather (you can also choose fabric) that covers the entire chair. There are several colors to choose from and it goes well with almost any home decor. It’s also easy to wipe down with a cloth and a dribble of water.
There are a handful of features that this chair has. It has vibration massage, heating, reclining capabilities, can swivel 360 degrees, and a rocking feature.
The massage is not the same as a professional therapist but it does feel good and the heat is surprisingly strong. There are 8 points where the vibration nodes are placed that ultimately provide the massage.
One of my favorite things about this chair is the amount of storage it has. It has two big side pockets and two smaller ones beneath the cup holder on each arm. Many times recliners becomes our go-to spot and so it’s nice to be able to store some items like books, magazine, and computer accessories.
The chair can recline up to 140 degrees. This is pretty standard. There’s a tethered remote control where you can pick between several options / adjustment for the massage. There are 5 massage modes and 2 intensity options.
One improvement is the placement of the latch that you pull to release the footrest and recline the chair. It’s actually placed underneath the seat cushion on the side. This can be awkward for some and may take time to get used to. Typically there is a lever that you pull outside on the side of the chair.
To lock the footrest, one must use the back of heels and apply pressure on the unlatched footrest. This works well and seamlessly without too much effort.
The composite boards used in the making of this chair is CARB certified, meaning it passes rigorous safety regulation for the emission of Formaldehyde. It doesn’t bare much direct meaning to the consumer but it’s nice to support a product that promotes good causes.
The 360 swivel and rocking feature is a nice additive to this chair. It makes it flexible to move around and less like an immobile chair.
Another thing I liked about this chair is that the heat can be used without the massage functions. To do so, select the heating functions and deselect all the massage functions.
The assembly is pretty easy. In fact, taking the pieces out of the box will probably take more time than actually assembling it. This is great for those who don’t have the time or energy to set up the chair.