The Marcus isn’t just long – it’s also extra roomy for total spatial comfort. Features include a built-in USB port, high-performance fabric and adjustable headrest.
3. Amala Reclining Swivel Chair with Adjustable Headrest & Ottoman
The great thing about the Amala recliner is that it comes with a portable ottoman, an extra extension, if you will, that can be moved however close – or far away – you may need to ensure your feet won’t ‘dangle off.’ Other features of the Amala include a 100% leather construction, adjustable headrest, and swivel base.
- Check the dimensions.
While checking the dimensions before buying seems like an obvious thing to do, checking the dimensions fully extended is not. Often, the default measurements listed on a website will refer only to a recliner in its upright (non-extended) position. It never hurts to contact the retailer for the extended dimensions or visit the recliner in person to measure the length yourself.
- Look for adjustable features.
Just because a recliner extends enough to ‘fit’ your whole body, doesn’t necessarily mean it will be comfortable. Choose one with adjustable features for more precise support.
- Try it in the store.
A recliner that is long enough for your height and comes with adjustable features may look good on paper, but nothing beats actually trying the recliner in store to ensure you’re getting a perfect fit.