I like the color, the comfort and functionality of the chair, the heat and massage are nice, and it's a good value for the price. What I would change: The spring loaded footrest is hilariously too strong; you pull the handle and BAM! It slams open. I do not find it too difficult to push close, however. I would prefer a footrest that mechanically extends as you push back into the seat or even a lazyboy type lever. I love the swivel, but am concerned someone could wrap and snap the power cables around the base if they turn too far. The design does not include any mechanism to prevent or advert this foreseeable problem. I would prefer the controls to be integrated into the arm rests rather than a plastic controller tethered inelegantly to the back of the chair and stored ungainly into the side pockets. The bluetooth connected speakers are not optimally placed and require you to unplug then replug in the USB power cord every time you want to reconnect with your phone or other audio source. Really? You couldn't include an integrated power switch? You want me to get down on my hands and knees every time? Overall I like it, but the design belies a philosophy that values the manufacturer's ease of production over the end-user experience. As a piece of furniture, it passes, but in addition to carpentry and upholstery, they need to hire someone expert in mechanics, electronics, and system integration, and some good designers to look at the whole picture. But the chair itself is handsome, solidly built, and works.
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 9, 2021 by Amazon Customer