Take a Seat in the Belavi Folding Rocker and Belavi Folding Recliner From Aldi

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Camping is one of my family’s favorite pastimes. Not only do we enjoy spending time in the great outdoors, but camping — especially if done in a tent — can also be a more affordable way to travel the country. We can rent a basic campsite at a state park for a fraction of what we’d pay for a hotel room. If we want to splurge and rent a campsite with an electric outlet, we still spend only a small amount of what we’d dish out for a hotel room.

There are a few things you’ll want in order to have a good camping experience: a tent or trailer, some sleeping bags and possibly cots or mats if you’re tent camping, flashlights and/or lanterns, roasting sticks for s’mores and hot dogs, and possibly a propane stove or grill. Also, you need seating. My husband and I tend to go with basic lawn chairs, or sometimes deluxe lawn chairs.

We often camp with my parents, who tend to go a little more upscale with their seating. They’re likely to pack folding rockers or recliners to sit in around the campfire. I won’t deny these are comfortable options. You’ll usually spend a little more on a folding rocker or folding recliner compared to a lawn chair.

The good news is that if you want a folding rocker or recliner, either for camping or for just sitting on your porch or deck, Aldi sometimes sells them at affordable prices. I’m taking a closer look at them here.

What We Know:

The Belavi Folding Rocker (Product Code: 827024) and the Belavi Folding Recliner (Product Code: 827021) are both Aldi Finds, which means they’re in stores for a short time. Each store gets one shipment, and after that sells out, they’re gone until next year. Aldi does not offer online ordering for products that are not currently in stock at your area store.

These are scheduled to arrive in stores April 10th, 2024.

The Belavi Folding Rocker and the Belavi Folding Recliner cost $39.99 each. At the time of writing, I found folding rockers on Amazon starting around $63 and going upwards of $100. Folding recliners start around $60 and go up from there.

The Aldi recliner and rocker are sold under the Belavi brand, which is not a company. It’s the private label Aldi puts on outdoor or gardening products that it sources from various suppliers.

Here’s more information.

Belavi Folding Recliner: 

Belavi Folding Recliner

The Belavi Folding Recliner in Black.

  • Dimensions: 42.5″ x 27″ x 35.4″
  • Available in Irish Cream or Black
  • Includes head rest and side tray
  • Folds for space-saving storage
  • Features a sturdy, powder-coated steel frame
  • Easy to clean textilene
  • Offers multiple reclining positions with lock

Belavi Folding Rocker: 

Belavi Folding Rocker

The Belavi Folding Rocker in Irish Cream.

  • Dimensions: 37″ x 25.4″ x 42.5″
  • Available in Irish Cream or Black
  • Features fade-resistant, breathable all-weather sling fabric
  • Includes a sturdy, powder-coated steel frame
  • Folds for space-saving storage
  • 225-pound weight capacity

What We Don’t Know:

We haven’t tried the rocker or recliner yet, so we don’t know how comfortable they are or how sturdy they are. We also don’t know how easy they are to fold and unfold. In addition, Aldi has not yet published information on the weight capacity for the folding recliner, although the folding rocker has a 225-pound weight capacity. We write open threads to provide readers with a place to discuss Aldi products.

Have you purchased the Belavi Folding Rocker or Belavi Folding Recliner? Leave a comment below with your thoughts. 

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at rachaelsjohnston.com.


  1. I can’t open the recliner

    • There’s a latch on the right side just over a screw. Pull it up and it will open. It took me like 30 minutes to figure it out. No videos online , nothing. But look carefully thr latch is there.

  2. We have bought this brand outdoor furniture from Aldi. It looks nice and reasonable prices, but the
    Furniture gets water inside and the furniture rusts.
    When you move it or pick it up, that rusty water stains your deck and gets on you.
    We have tried to seal it with no luck.
    We have the chairs and conversation area patio furniture.

    • That’s unfortunate. I’ve found that some of my Aldi outdoor furniture lasts longer if it has some protection from the elements, but depending on your outdoor setup that may or may not be feasible. I’ve got an Aldi two-person glider that is 14 years old and has always sat on my covered porch. However, my in-laws bought a similar glider from Aldi and it was kept on an open patio, and it only lasted a year or two before the seat fabric wore out.

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