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Folding reclining chair apparatus










Image Number 7 for United States Patent #5882068.

A folding reclining chair includes a frame portion, having frame members that connect foot joints to seat joints; a seat portion joined to the seat joints; and a back portion in sliding engagement with two seat joints and joined to slide-lock mechanisms engaged with frame members, such that the back portion is adapted to being selectively reclined. For example, the frame portion may include pairs of frame members that are pivotally joined at a point between a first end and a second end of each of the two frame members in a pair, with the first end and second end of each frame member pivotally joined to a seat joint and a foot joint, respectively. Also for example, the seat portion may include a seat rest formed by a sheet of flexible material joined to a seat joint and engaged with the back portion.








 
 
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