Kettler Basic Plus Relaxer

Product information

Kettler's Basic Plus relaxer is perfect for relaxing outdoors during summer months. The lower part of the chair is adjustable and lifts up to act as a supportive footrest, making this lovely lounger extra comfy.

It combines a Champagne-coloured aluminium frame and comfortable mocha textilene seat and back and is the perfect addition to any garden whether as a stand alone item or with coordinating items from the Basic Plus range.

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Assembly Required
Fully assembled
Country of Origin
H90 x W61 x D111cm
Eligible for International Delivery
Manufacturer's Warranty
2 years
Aluminium and textilene
Weight Information Unpackaged weight


Delivery in 7 days from our supplier


International delivery not available


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Q & As

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Footrest is not separately adjustable The product description reads:"Kettler's Basic Plus relaxer has an adjustable supported footrest making it perfect for relaxing with your feet up!" . I wanted my feet up while I read the newspaper. However the footrest is linked to the backrest (as is the case with very much cheaper garden chairs) so the only way to raise the footrest is to have the backrest in a nearly prone position. Who would want to read the newspaper in a prone position? The product description misleads in giving the impression that the footrest is separately adjustable. The setting of the recliner is fixed by the underside of the armrests fitting into pre-determined positions. This is the case with much cheaper chairs and has a tacky feel to it. Apart from these matters, it looks good as it should - it's a comparatively expensive recliner. I ordered the chair from the John Lewis website and am returning it.. 09 August 2012
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