HomeStore Special - Stylish find at a splurge-worthy price
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Details & Overview
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- Corner-blocked frame with metal reinforced seat
- Attached back and seat cushions
- Nylon/polyester upholstery
- One-pull reclining motion
- High-resiliency foam cushions wrapped in thick poly fiber
- Zero wall design requires minimal space between wall and chair back
- Excluded from promotional discounts and coupons
- Body: Nylon (2 %), Polyester (98 %)
Weight94 lbs. (42.64 kgs.)
- Width: 35.00"
- Depth: 39.00"
- Height: 41.00"
- Arm Height: 26.00"
- Minimum width of doorway for delivery: 30.00"
- Top of cushion to top of back: 19.00"
- Distance between arms: 18.00"
- Reclined footrest height: 19.00"
- Fully reclined length: 66.00"
- Seat height: 19.00"
- Distance between recliner and wall: 12.00"
- Seat depth: 19.00"
The recliners are super comfortable and very soft. I have to fight the kids off so I can sit on mine
Build quality, appearance: 3.5 / 5
Features: 2.5 / 5
Value: 3.75 / 5
Overall rating: 3.25 / 5
Let me first disclaim that this recliner is not a rocker recliner. It is a relatively barebones pure recliner chair. Temper your expectations accordingly.
I purchased this recliner due to my budget and space constraints (apartment), as well as to match my existing mocha / chocolate colored sofa. It's a 95% match, the color is fine but my sofa has some black stitching that makes it stand out slightly.
Recliner is surprisingly compact and lightweight, yet build quality is sturdy/solid. No flex or creaking detected in frame. I appreciate the overall fit / finish / build quality.
Seatback is perhaps a bit short, taller individuals (6'3" and above) may find lack of neck support because of this. I am 6'1" and have enough neck support... if you're taller than that however, beware.
Seat cushion is quite firmly padded with an appropriate slight decline (not too steep, though some may prefer no decline) towards the back of the cushion where meeting the seatback. While I appreciate the firm seat cushion, it stands in contrast to the notably softer padding of the seatback and the very soft padding of the armrests.
The lack of similarity between cushion firmness along these areas is unusual, in my opinion. Still, the chair is comfortable if you try not to pay attention to this inconsistency.
Requires manual pressure on seatback to recline - the level of pressure required is a bit higher than expected, but overall manageable.
Reclining handle is made of either plastic or composite, and sometimes lacks smoothness in operation, but is still 100% functional.
Leg prop is about the appropriate length (acceptable for adults up to 6'2"), but the kickout height above the floor is an inch or so low to me (caused by the relatively compact / short nature of this recliner).
You will need just over a foot of space behind the recliner to fully recline, more than suggested by advertising.
Overall, an acceptable recliner chair for average height folks on budgets and/or with limited space. I have taken some naps in this chair and had extended seating time, found it acceptably comfortable. But, if I could find a slightly larger chair with rocking functionality, and more uniform cushioning, I'd opt for that.