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Costway Mid-Century Push Back Recliner Chair Fabric Tufted Single Sofa w/Footrest Grey

Item# SPM15712111024 | Model# HW65860GR | Added on October 8, 2020 |
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Costway Mid-Century Push Back Recliner Chair Fabric Tufted Single Sofa w/Footrest Grey
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Our push back recliner is designed for you to get ultimate relaxation! This recliner features adjustable backrest with the range of 90°-160°, which allows you to freely get a proper angle for resting, watching TV and nipping. High resilience sponge and skin-friendly linen fabric greatly provides you optimal softness and comfort. Humanized armrest, high back and wide seat can perfectly conform to the curve of the body to fully relax yourself. With button-tufted design, it will add a touch of sophistication and elegance to your room. It is a good complement to living room, office, bedroom or study room.

Features:
Breathable linen cover and highly elastic sponge offer a comfortable sitting feeling
Rubber wood legs with non-slip foot pads to ensure stability and protect floor from scratches
Adjustable backrest supported by metal frame from 90° to 160° for resting, watching TV and napping
Extending footrest allows you to fully stretch for maximum relaxation
Ergonomic thick armrest for added comfort
Widely used as a single reclining chair, accent chair or living room chair
Button-tufted design to add sophistication and elegance
Ideal for living room, study, bedroom, office, etc
Max weight capacity can reach 330 lbs
Easy to assemble with pre-installed pieces

Specifications?
Color: Grey
Material: Rubber Wood + Metal + Linen + Sponge
Overall Dimension: 27.5" x 31.5" x 39.5" (L x W x H)
Open Dimension: 27.5" x 61" x 32.5" (L x W x H)
Net Weight: 49 lbs
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