Varier's Gravity balans may not be new, but it remains Zero Gravity Recliner 1.0. The Original. Like Sean Connery as Bond. Like the Swedish version of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. Like Shannen Dougherty in 90210. An ergonomic floatation of relaxation, the chair doesn't just look sick, it allegedly performs like one that will always be imitated, but never replicated too. The Gravity balans was designed for power naps. Its ability to simulate weightlessness when fully reclined--by elevating legs above heart, rocking gently to the rhythm of breathing--lulls the user into a state of mental and physical recovery, the effects of which endeavor to boost productivity, energy levels, and brain function.
According to Varier, the benefits of zero gravity aren't just restricted to nap time. The balans also supports a range of seated positions for everything from working at a desk to chilling in front of the TV watching back-to-back seasons of Breaking Bad. The chair tilts forward to accommodate kneeling postures, backwards so your feet can rest on the floor, and nearly horizontal to the ground for fetal position enthusiasts.
The Gravity balans recliner is available in beech woods colored natural and black lacquered or mocca stained and natural oiled. A variety of fabrics, leather, and colors are also buyer's choice.