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Reclining sofas - Flexsteel vs. Palliser

Posted by SAINTSFAN834 (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 5, 14 at 14:59

We are considering two different sofa/loveseat sets (reclining) - Palliser Luca and the Flexsteel Belmont. Does anyone have experience with either or both or can shed some light to help us decide? I am concerned about the Flexsteel being in the Latitude line. I think Palliser is Canada/Mexico if I understand. Any help/suggestions are appreciated. Thanks!


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RE: Reclining sofas - Flexsteel vs. Palliser

I suggest reading their warranty fine print:
http://www.flexsteel.com/home-furniture/warranty
http://www.palliser.com/export/sites_palliser_2010_0930/Resources/Documents/Warranty_Book_03_13_eng.pdf


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RE: Reclining sofas - Flexsteel vs. Palliser

Is there something specific that concerns you about either? Both seem to have the typical (cover their tails) protective wording that leaves them "outs."


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RE: Reclining sofas - Flexsteel vs. Palliser

Lattitude is made in a plant owned and suprevised by Flexsteel in China and Palliser is made in Mexico and Canada. They both have plywood frames. You might ask questions about the mechanisms. Ask about the cushions of each. Examine the tailoring of each and available upholstery and then you can make an informed decision.


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