The Belavi Stacking Rocker is Coming Back to Aldi

Last Updated on July 9, 2023

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Spring is here, and that means many people are spending more time outside. That might mean enjoying your morning cup of coffee or tea on the porch or patio, or it might mean hosting outdoor parties or cookouts.

Aldi sells a variety of outdoor seating at different times throughout the warmer months. We’ve purchased Adirondack chairs for around our fire ring, and we love relaxing on Aldi two-person gliders and two-person swings. We’ve also used a couple of Aldi sling-style stacking chairs around our patio table, until the chairs wore out (partly due to weather exposure and partly because people who exceeded the weight limit sat in them) and we had to toss them.

Aldi also sometimes sells a variation on its stacking sling chairs: a stacking rocking chair.

What We Know:

Belavi Stacking Rocker

The Belavi Stacking Rocker (Product Code: 811045) cost $59.99 in April of 2022.

This is an Aldi Find, which means it’s only in stores for a short time. You can’t order it online from Aldi if it’s not in stock at your local store.

Aldi sells stacking rockers like this on an almost annual basis in the spring, although the price has increased significantly this year. Price hikes we’ve seen for other Aldi products seem to be in proportion to inflation issues most retailers are dealing with, but this stacking rocker has seen a more than 50 percent price increase from two years ago, which is one of the bigger increases we’ve seen.

Aldi sold the Belavi Stacking Rocker for $34.99 in 2021 and for $24.99 in 2020. Despite the price increase to $59.99 in 2022, if you’re looking for an outdoor rocking chair — and especially one that is stackable — it’s hard to find them for less. This is a pretty basic model, with wooden or metal rockers selling for more, and camping-style foldable rocking chairs also generally cost more than this Aldi model.

Here’s more information on the Belavi Stacking Rocker, according to Aldi:

  • Measures 43″ x 26″ x 37.8″
  • Features fade-resistant, breathable sling fabric
  • Made with a sturdy, powder-coated steel frame
  • Offers high-back support and rocking motion
  • Stackable for easy storage
  • 225-lb. weight capacity

The stacking rocker comes with a three-year warranty. Aldi does not have current warranty information on the 2022 rocker model, but in 2021 the rocker’s warranty service was provided by Protel, a common Aldi warranty service provider.

What We Don’t Know:

We have not yet tried any of these stacking rockers, so we don’t know how comfortable or durable they are. We write open threads to provide readers with space to share about their experiences with a product.

Do you own the Belavi Stacking Rocker? Tell us what you think of it in the comments below. 

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


  1. I just purchased the Belavi Stacking Rocker and have had two days use. Love it so far. It’s comfortable, looks good and a great “rocking” experience. Not thrilled with the price increase but all things considered, it’s still a good deal. When I purchased my chair the cashier did say they only get these in once a year & when they are gone from the store, that’s it until next year. If you are in your Aldi & want this rocker it would be wise to get it then you see it or you’ll be doing the ” oh I should have bought that when I saw it ” lament.

  2. These are okay chairs. One thing I found however is that the rocker portion sticks out on both the front and the back and we have had numerous instances where people trip or stumble on them not realizing that they are there. I sawed off the front and that is an improvement. I’m going to saw off the back stick out portion and see if that makes the chair more suitable for crowded patios without sacrificing too much structural integrity.

    • They are not only a tripping hazard but also a stabbing/cutting hazard. I taped some squishy foam and gel over the sharp edges at each end to protect leg injuries.

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