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How About American Leather Comfort sleeper?

Posted by bichonlover3 (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 14, 09 at 22:07

Their pull out mattress is sooooo comfortable - no bars. Anyone with any experiences to share? Thanks!!


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RE: How About American Leather Comfort sleeper?

I can't testify to their sleeper, but will say that our AL items had finish problems from the start. The seats and backs also looked worn and broken down long before our other leather furniture began to show signs of age. We gave ours away and replaced them with H&M.

I wouldn't buy a sleeper sofa again, but would choose the most comfortable sofa and then use a raised air bed (good quality, standard bed height style) for infrequent guests if I couldn't have a real bed in a dedicated guest room.


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RE: How About American Leather Comfort sleeper?

Thanks for info! Have you had any experience with their microfiber fabric sofas? I was interested in them as they have a very different pull out mattress with solid support, no bars and very thick foam. Macy's is having a sale this weekend but may have to give this more thought.
H&M?? You can tell I am not very furniture saavy!


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RE: How About American Leather Comfort sleeper?

We've had good luck with our AL sleeper sofa (bought at Room and Board). It has dark brown leather that has stood up well to our dog and two cats.

Guests have commented on how comfy the bed is, and we sleep on it occasionally in the summer when our bedroom upstairs gets too warm.

Here is a link that might be useful: Our American Leather sleeper sofa


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RE: How About American Leather Comfort sleeper?

Comfortable as a bed but not sitting on as a sofa. Foam cushions flatten out and you feel like you are sliding toward the middle of the sofa.


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