Rori Power Wall Recliner P16 763 For casual comfort that blends with any decor, the Rori Power Wall Recliner is a perfect addition to any room. Sure to become a family favorite, Rori features a sculpted bucket seat with a one-piece chaise and legrest that cradles your body in comfort. Thin arm pads give Rori a clean and tailored shape, while the decorative top stitching is a touch that's totally up to date. Simply use the side-mounted 4-button control panel to recline and raise your feet independently for a wide range of relaxing positions. There's even a built-in USB port to power your phone or tablet. Best of all, you can place this recliner mere inches from a wall. Make it yours with your choice of fabrics and other available upgrades. DETAILS Casual style power recliner with a clean, neat silhouette Sculpted bucket seat One-piece chaise and legrest create a continuous zone of comfort Thin padded arms blend in with existing decor Double-needle topstitching on the chaises, arm posts and outside arms Can be placed inches from a wall Recline and raise your feet independently with the touch of a button Back reclines with or without raising the legrest Built-in USB port powers your smartphone or tablet Double-picked blown fiber fill for improved shape retention High grade foam seat cushion maintains its comfort and appearance Premium grade fabrics and leathers tested to resist wear and fading Handcrafted in the U.S.A. with U.S. and imported parts Includes our Limited Lifetime Warranty Customizable with your choice of fabrics and other upgrades Plugs into an AC outlet Body Depth: 38.0 Body Height: 43.0 Body Width: 36.0
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