The initial thing to ask on your own is where are you going to place your rocking chair? If indoors by the fireplace or the family room, you could select a supported or hardwood rocking chair made of light maple or yellow-colored oak.
The foot rest is compulsory: No one prefers to keep their legs hanging while they shake since this falls short the utmost objective of bringing this chair if it does not make you really feel comfy. Either go for a chair that comes with a complementary ottoman that sustains your legs while you persuade, or pick a chair that has a footrest. Because we can just not jeopardize on comfort.
Is the rocker pitched appropriately? In layperson's terms, does the shaking chair give a smooth or even shaking movement without tipping, even when you are in the lying position? Or does it seem like you are about to turn backwards when you are shaking? Does a single push keep the rocking chair shaking for a few minutes or does it stop after onlya few seconds?