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Mcombo Manual Swivel Glider Rocker Recliner Chair with Massage and Heat for Nursery, USB Ports, Pockets and Cup Holders 8036

Item# 0000000000000003315300000000000061608036P | Model# 6160-8036DB | Added on April 9, 2021 |
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Mcombo Manual Swivel Glider Rocker Recliner Chair with Massage and Heat for Nursery, USB Ports, Pockets and Cup Holders 8036
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If you think a chair can’t be both irresistibly comfy and excellent feature, then you've never met the Mcombo Manual Swivel Glider Recliner. Features Swivel Glider Motion: The glider recliner with a gentle rocking motion moves back and forth horizontally and can swivels at 360 degrees. It’s an ideal choice if you are nursing or need to be somewhat mobile while using the recliner. Easy to Operate: Pulling the lever on the right side of the seat to raise the footrest up, the chair will be adjusted to a standard TV position. Then you can lean back to push the backrest to a maximum of 140 degrees. Full-Body Vibration & Lumbar Heating: It comes 8 vibrating points around the chair and 1 lumbar heating point, 9 modes, and 5 intensities are available. Both can turn off in fixed time 10/20/30 minutes. (Heating function works with vibration separately.) 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 or a novice). 2 USB ports & 2 Cup Holders: With the help of the USB ports, keep your must-have devices fully charged and close to you. Meanwhile, put your drink on the cup holder when you relaxing on the chair and watching TV. (ONLY for low-power devices, such as mobile phone.) IMPORTANT NOTE: 1. Delivery: The chair comes in 2 boxes and we ship them on the same day but the carrier may deliver on different days. 2. Easy assembly ... read more
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