Staying true to its name, the Emperor 8 Position Recliner Chair from OZtrail will have you ruling the roost at home, in the park or at the campsite.
With a padded seat and backrest, this chair provides 8 reclining positions so you can cater to your comfort needs whenever the mood takes your fancy. There’s a sliding side table with an integrated cup and wine holder and moulded armrests for added support and stability. The powder-coated steel frame has a combination of 22mm and 19mm tubes and holds up to 150kg, plus the fabric is a durable 600D polyester.
You’ll be able to give your servants the day off and still play the ultimate sovereign ruler in OZtrail’s Emperor 8 Position Recliner Chair.
8 reclining positions
Padded seat and backrest
Sliding side table with a cup and wine holder
Powder-coated steel frame
Capacity to hold 150kg
Carry cover included
56L x 42W x 118H cm
117L x 67W x 16H cm
600 Denier Padded Polyester
22mm Rectangular Steel
Table Side1 answer
Hello I was wondering if the table could be moved the left side on this or any of the oztrail recliner chairs similar to this? Cheers
Sam - Bexley, NSW(11 months ago)
The tables are fixed to the right hand side. Even if you unscrewed the clamp holding them on, and tried to put it on the other side, the table would have to flip upside down to align properly. Which ultimately makes it unusable.
Lauren - Snowys(11 months ago)
Side table1 answer
This does not have to be used if using at a table. Can stay under the chair in position?
Paul - Lenah Valley, TAS(1 year ago)
Yes, you can leave the table under the chair in the closed position if you don't want to use it.
Leece - Snowys(1 year ago)
Table height1 answer
Hi, Does this chair fit comfortably under a standard height camping table, do the arm rests fit under the table height? Thank you.
Cass - 4551(3 years ago)
We've measured this for you and the armrests sit at 69.5cm off the ground when the chair is in the upright position. The arms are a little higher when the chair is leaning back, so will sit 72cm from the ground. Most of the tables sit approximately 70cm off the ground, measured to the table top, so you won't quite fit the chair arms under a standard camping table.