Dunleith 2-Piece Power Reclining Sectional

SKU:
U71605S3
Price:
B$ 3,870.00

Subject to stock availability. Pre order may take about 6-8 weeks.

Product Description +

Includes 2 pieces: left-arm facing zero wall power recliner and right-arm facing zero wall power recliner

"Left-arm" and "right-arm" describe the position of the arm when you face the piece

One-touch power control with adjustable positions, Easy View™ adjustable headrest and zero-draw USB plug-in

Zero-draw technology only consumes power when the USB receptacle is in use

Corner-blocked frame with metal reinforced seat

Attached back and seat cushions

High-resiliency foam cushions wrapped in thick poly fiber

Leather match upholstery

Due to its natural origin, real leather can show individual characteristics such as healed scars, growth marks, grain variation and shade variation

Natural variations make each hide unique and do not detract from the wearing qualities of leather

Zero wall design requires minimal space between wall and chair back

Extended ottoman for enhanced comfort

Power cord included; UL Listed

Load up on comfort in a cool, clean-lined and contemporary way with the Dunleith power reclining sectional. Rest assured, the leather match upholstery is enriched with a pebble grain effect for authentic appeal and enhanced with jumbo stitching for dramatic contrast. It features a one-touch power control with adjustable positions and includes an Easy View™ adjustable headrest that allows a primo view of the TV even when you're reclined. Extended ottomans provide extra length for leg comfort. A zero-draw USB plug-in at your fingertips lets you charge up as you chill out.

Weight and Dimensions +

Weight : 107.955 lb
Dimension :

Specifications +

Vendor Modal Number :U71605S3
Assembly Required :
Vendor Colour :
Volume : 55.78 ft3

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