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OFM Fabric Reclining Chair, 46in.H x 26 1/2in.W x 27in.D, Burgundy/Black

Item# 168-408448-AF | Model# 680-703 | Added on August 31, 2015 |
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OFM Fabric Reclining Chair, 46in.H x 26 1/2in.W x 27in.D, Burgundy/Black
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5 reclining positions help you relax right at your desk Hideaway footrest manually raises for improved circulation. Relieve stress and tension in moments by enjoying this unique chair's full reclining features. Backrest angles back in 5 different positions, while you can manually raise the footrest to support your legs. Simply push the footrest down by hand when you need to keep feet flat on the floor. By changing recline positions you redistribute your weight, relieving pressure and improving circulation. You'll feel refreshed, for greater energy and productivity. Attractive vinyl upholstery looks like real leather. The durable vinyl upholstery covering this beautiful chair gives the look and feel of leather - and the impression of executive power. Fully vinyl-covered back adds a luxurious dimension to the chair's styling, as do padded headrest, thick cushioned armrests and upholstered, padded footrest. 1-touch seat-height adjustment for perfect posture. Gas-lift mechanism makes raising or lowering seat a quick and easy procedure. Lets you adjust your seat for the most healthful seated position - elbows level with work surface, feet flat on floor and thighs and lower legs at a 90degrees angle to floor. Sitting right makes sitting longer more comfortable by reducing stress on thighs and back and improving circulation in legs. Sturdy 1 1/4in. round steel frame for durability. Solidly constructed recliner has a strong steel frame for built-in resiliency. Resists breakdowns, ... read more
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