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Costway Convertible Sofa Bed Folding Arm Chair Sleeper Leisure Recliner Lounge Couch New

Item# 0000000000001015319100000000HW54759ColorP | Model# HW54759COLOR | Added on November 2, 2018 |
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Costway Convertible Sofa Bed Folding Arm Chair Sleeper Leisure Recliner Lounge Couch New
$185.99
$229.99
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This is our brand new and convertible sleeper chair, which is a perfect addition to any household that wants comfort and convenience without giving up a ton of space. The unique folding design makes this chair easy to transform. It has multiple positions, such as a chair with armrests, chaise lounge or a bed. Featuring steel construction, this chair can retains its value over the long term. A pillow comes as a gift, which you can use as a pillow or cushion. You can put it in the living room, the bedroom, or even the office. Buy yours today!

Feature
Brand new and high quality
Constructed of high quality polyester, sponge and steel, provides lasting durability
Folds up to an armrest chair, bed or chaise lounge seat
Equipped with two casters for easier mobility
Five adjustable position of backrest
Feet can be hidden in the backrest
Filled with thick sponge for superior comfort
Includes soft pillow for added comfort
Ideal for sleeping, lounging, rest, entertainment, relaxation, etc
Assembly required
Specifications
Color: As the picture shown
Material: Polyester + Steel + Sponge
Overall dimension: 26.5"Wx39"Dx31"H
Seat size: 25.5"Wx 23"Deep
Height from seat to ground: 15.5"
Back size: 25.5" x 16"
Weight capacity: 330 Lbs
Package includes:
1 x Sofa Bed
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