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Top-Rated Recliners - The Official List

The best recliners of the year, customer-rated and reviewed!

Best All-Around Recliners

Suzy Dark Grey Wallaway Recliner

Weight capacity: 250 lbs.
Weight: 92.6 lbs.
Best features: - Easy to clean - Supportive cushioning
Our most-reviewed recliner and top-rated wallaway recliner, the Suzy has it all: wall-hugging tech, an affordable price tag, full-recline position and high-performance upholstery available in several colors. What truly makes the Suzy a cult favorite, though, is its back cushioning – somehow, it finds the perfect balance between ‘cozy’ and ‘supportive.’

Norfolk Grey Power Recliner

Weight capacity: 350 lbs.
Weight: 106.8 lbs.
Best features: - Power reclining tech - High weight capacity
Packing highly-durable fabric, full-recline settings, power tech for easy transitions and a spacious seating area, the Norfolk is bang for your buck. Plus, it comes with a battery pack, so you can place it wherever you want in your home – no power cords/wall outlets needed.

Best Recliners for Sleeping

Connie Midnight Power Recliner with Power Headrest & USB

Weight capacity: 275 lbs.
110.2 lbs.
Best features: -
Adjustable headrest – USB
This customer favorite has all the classic features (power leg lift, USB connection, supportive backrest), plus a power adjustable headrest. Perfect for finding your ‘just right’ sleeping position.

Siri Dark Grey Power Recliner

Weight capacity: 275 lbs.
50.4 lbs.
Best features:
- High performance fabric - Foam/innerspring blend
Here’s another customer favorite – and for good reason. Featuring USB, smooth power operation, high performance fabric and contrast stitching (for style), the Siri is a tour de force when it comes to comfort. Use it to snooze for 20 minutes or three hours. Either way, the Siri’s got your back.

Best Glider Recliner

Hercules Chocolate Swivel Glider

Weight capacity: 300 lbs.
132 lbs.
Best features:
Sleek shape - Easy operation
It swivels. It glides. It reclines. As if that weren’t enough, the Hercules comes with high-density foam cushioning for the ultimate in supportive relaxation.

Best Recliners for Back Pain

Dev Smoke Leather Power Recliner with Power Headrest & Lumbar

Weight capacity: 300 lbs.
102.5 lbs.
Best features:
Custom lumbar support - Grain leather upholstery
A triple threat if there ever was one, the Dev comes with three power motion features: Headrest, Recline, and Lumbar – designed to target neck, full body, and lower back support, respectively. Not to mention, it’s built with grain leather upholstery for an extra-smooth feel.

Darcy Slate High Leg Recliner

Weight capacity: 250 lbs.
89.3 lbs.
Best features: 
Tight cushions - Modern style
Those looking to offset back pain will appreciate the Darcy’s tight construction – there’s no ‘sinking in’ here. The button-tufted back, foot extension and full-reclining mechanism all work to provide supportive comfort.

Best Rocker Recliner

Sloan Grey Rocker Recliner

Weight capacity:250 lbs.
79.6 lbs.
Best features:
High performance fabric - Soothing rocker motion
Combining foam, innersprings, incredibly soft upholstery and a soothing rocker feature, the Sloan maximizes comfort – at a great value. While not a ‘nursery recliner’ per se, customers appreciate its gentle motions, often purchasing it with babies in mind.

Best Leather Recliner

Daniel Nutmeg Leather Pressback Recliner

Weight capacity: 250 lbs.
Weight: 104.7 lbs.
Best features: Three-way pushback - Top grain leather
Top grain leather gives the Daniel’s supportive seating a singularly sophisticated look. The design also features a handsome nutmeg finish and three-way pushback reclining for an enjoyable lounging experience. But the real reason the Daniel has remained a customer favorite for so long has to do with its feel: buttery-soft and incredibly luxurious.

Best Power Recliner

Tyson Nutmeg Power Recliner

Weight capacity: 300 lbs.
132 lbs.
Best features:
Comfort padding - Spacious seat
With just the touch of a button – literally – the Tyson opens the portal to custom relaxation. With its signature padded armrests and a variety of positions to choose from, it’s no wonder this powerhouse of a recliner gets so much customer love.

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