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Lee Industries vs Norwalk

Posted by mocharoman (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 25, 09 at 9:00

I have an opportunity to purchase a Norwalk sectional from craigslist that will fit up my stairs. The owner claims it was originally $4000 a few years ago and now priced at $1500. I had purchased a Lee Industries sectional that didn't fit and I was heartbroken. I have done some research on Norwalk but figured you guys are the experts.

How would you rate Lee Industries vs Norwalk in terms of quality?


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RE: Lee Industries vs Norwalk

I believe Lee would be rated better than Norwalk. Honestly I think that 1500 is a bit high for used furniture on craigslist.


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RE: Lee Industries vs Norwalk

Lee, not even close. The price sounds very high. Used upholstery does not command much of a price in my experience.


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RE: Lee Industries vs Norwalk

I like both. Norwalk uses drop in springs, rather than 8-way hand-tied. I'm not sure how much difference that makes: maybe others on this forum could say.


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RE: Lee Industries vs Norwalk

I bought the Norwalk sectional. It was $1250. I called the local store who would sell me the exact model for around $4500 so I feel comfortable with the price. I loved the Lee couch but it just wouldn't fit up my stairs. The Norwalk just fit. It's comfortable and hubby approved.


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