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A manufacturer named 'Best' chairs/recliners

Posted by lardbucket (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 26, 09 at 14:53

Has anyone heard of or had any experience with the Best brand? I find it at a lot our local mom and pop furniture stores. I am interested in recliners. Thanks


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RE: A manufacturer named 'Best' chairs/recliners

If your referring to Best Chairs out of Indiana, they have been around for number of years. They are low to mid level furniture manufacturer. Dont expect their furniture to last forever. Most likely their recliners are using low end L&P or China sourced mechanisms, frames of plywood and some solid wood pieces.


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RE: A manufacturer named 'Best' chairs/recliners

I looked at some of their reclining sofas today and the salesperson told me they had hardwood frame and that he had one and liked it. The one I sat on wasn't that comfy but the loveseat was comfy. I don't have a clue if he's right about the structure being hardwood, but I love that it is made in the US and not too outrageously expensive. I'll give the company a second look.


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