4.Verify all knots and dowel holders before sitting in the chair.
Warning! The Air Chair has a rated load of 350 pounds.
5. The overhead dowel must be level or your chair may be lop-sided. Adjustments of one of the overhead ropes may be necessary.


1. Locate the ceiling joint (by Stud Finder or tapping and verifying with a small nail). Be sure to locate exact center.
2. Using a 5/16'' wood drill bit, drill a hole (approx. 5'' deep) perpendicular to the ceiling. Drawing "A"
Warning! Hole must be directly in the center of the stud for maximum weight bearing capacity. Failure to do so could cause eyebolt to loosen.
3. Screw in eyebolt until all threads have disappeared into the joist. Do not loosen or adjust once in place.


1. Tie an overhand knot through the large S hook provided using the two overhead ropes. Be certain to maintain an equal rope length between the knot and the chair on both sides. Drawing "B"
2. Hang the Air Chair into the pre-installed eyebolt.
3. Install the wooden dowels firmly into the dowel holders (see imaged above left), Ensure the dowels are firmly seated, with the longest dowel overhead, the equal dowels on the sides, and the short dowels on the footrest.

1. Tie the small S hook provided to the rope with an overhand knot.
2. Hang it from the same eyebolt as the chair. Adjust the length so that it hangs just below the bottom of the seat of the chair.
3. The footrest may be adjusted up or down for further comfort.
4. Now, while sitting in the chair, place your heels in the center of the footrest.

Fine-tuning of your chair is possible for maximum comfort.

1. Raise or lower the Air Chair height at the eyebolt, via the overhand knot.
2. To adjust the incline of the Air Chair, remove the overhead dowel. Adjust the slide knot back or forward equally on each side. Replace the overhead dowel firmly into dowel holders.
3. Fully reclined sitting can be achieved by setting side dowels virtually parallel with the overhead dowel. This is only recommended when you are familiar with the chair's settings.

1. Stand in front of the chair
2. Remove right front dowel from the dowel holder.
3. Slip short-sided webbing loop firmly over removed dowel butt-end, making sure that the webbing is taught and flat against the dowel.
Note: Arc of armrest must face inward to the chair.
4. Now insert dowel firmly back into the dowel holder.
5. Repeat same procedure on the right hand rear dowel and on the opposite side.

1. Simply loop the cup holder through webbing and pull through over head dowel.
2. Position where suitable

Using soft brush and warm water soapy water, scrub where necessary. Allow to dry on a flat surface.
Warning: Not suitable for washing machine, tumble dryers or chemical bleaches.

1.The eyebolt must be screwed completely into a pre-drilled 5/16'' hole. Failure to adhere to this could result in injury.
2. The Air Chair is made of 600 Denier Nylon for added strength and durability. Mildew or moisture does not affect the chair. It can withstand long periods of exposure to the sun but will fade over time. We recommend you store the chair in the P.V.C. travel bag when not in use for extended periods.
3. Spinning and swinging in the both the chair and the footrest are not recommended. The eyebolt may loosen, which may result in injury. Do not hang or pull on the overhead dowel.

We at Air Chair believe in manufacturing a product of the finest quality and have been doing so since 1973. We know that you will have many years of comfort from your Air Chair. Your chair has a limited warranty on chair fabric and rope.