To look at a Stressless recliner, the ancient Greek philosopher Socrates might see only a chair, a sort of poor imitation of the ideal chair that exists only in your mind.
Then again, Socrates (and Plato for that matter; and in case you don’t know what I am talking about, it is the Allegory of the Cave from Plato’s The Republic) never saw the beauty nor experienced the comfort of a Stressless recliner. Socrates was quite happy sitting on a rock or a tree stump talking about good and bad. Surely, Socrates believed in aesthetic values. We know that Socrates enjoyed a good glass of wine now and then but never to excess. He was also accused of helping Euripides to write his tragedies. So he appreciated the quality a work of art and the joy it brings.
At Stressless, details make the difference. No one builds a recliner like Stressless. Norwegian design, patented features like the glide system and plus system that enhance the sitting experience, quality leathers, plush cushions, a choice of two base styles, seven wood accents, it is an experience you have to try to know that Stressless is the ideal.