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Leather pedestal swivel recliner

Posted by kayaker1972 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 14, 14 at 14:02

Hello, have been looking several months for a LEATHER pedestal swivel recliner(likes attached photo). Most are faux leather and I'm not interested in that. Lane no longer carries them. Almost settled on 2 Barcalounger brand pedestal recliners but read too many bad customer service complaints about trying to get repairs. Also on their website they do NOT even have their phone # or an email address. I don't mind having vinyl match on sides and back but seating area must be real leather. I am now looking at Craftmaster Brand. Anyone have any experience with this company. Also found one with microfiber that looks like leather. Opinions? I like leather because of it being so easy to clean and don't have to worry about spills and odors being absorbed. Any suggestions of other brands to consider or stay away from? Thanks for any help.


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RE: Leather pedestal swivel recliner

Is this what you are looking for?

Here is a link that might be useful: Ekomes Stressless Recliners


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RE: Leather pedestal swivel recliner

Sushipup, thanks for the link and those are beautiful but quite a bit more than I want to pay. I'm hoping to find something between $800-$1000.


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RE: Leather pedestal swivel recliner

There are a few companies that have pretty knock offs of the Norwegian chairs, which are made in China that you might look at. I think one of them is Relaxer. You can also look at few of the other Norwegian brands that are a bit less than Stressless.


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