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Mcombo Electric Power Recliner Chair with Massage & Heat, Extended Footrest, USB Ports, Side Pockets, Cup Holders, Fabric 8015

Item# 0000000000000003315300000000000061608015P | Model# 6160-8015BR | Added on April 13, 2021 |
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Mcombo Electric Power Recliner Chair with Massage & Heat, Extended Footrest, USB Ports, Side Pockets, Cup Holders, Fabric 8015
$499.90
$599.90
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Features: Power Reclining: With an electric button design, just press two buttons, you can smoothly adjust the footrest and back to your preferred reclining position, convenient for people of all ages. Full-Body Vibration & Lumbar Heat: It has 8 built-in vibrating points and 1 lumbar heating point, coming with 9 modes and 5 intensities, which allows you to customize the most suitable combination to relieve muscle pain and atrophy after long hours' work. Both can be terminated under alternative settings of 10/20/30 minutes. (Heating function works with vibration separately.) Extended Footrest: Adding up to an additional 4.3" extension to the footrest so that you can really stretch our body at full length and still have your feet well supported without cutting off circulation. Easy to Assemble: Depending on the unique structure and wiring design, it's simple to assemble the chair, and also no tools needed (15 minutes for a novice). 2 USB Ports, Side Pockets, Cup Holders: With the help of the USB ports, keep your must-have devices fully charged and close to you. Meanwhile, put small items or magazines into the side pockets as you need. In addition, place drinks on the cup holders while watching a movie. (ONLY for low-power devices, such as mobile phone.) IMPORTANT NOTE: 1. Delivery: The chair comes with 2 boxes and we ship them on the same day but the carrier may deliver on different days. 2. Max reclining angle: ... read more
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