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Old 05-06-2015, 07:24 PM   #1
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Recommendation for Euro Chairs

Looking at Thomas Payne Euro Chairs, any opinions on this brand or other suggestions. Even on sale $500. If you have one is it easy to get in door of class a?
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Old 05-06-2015, 07:30 PM   #2
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IMO all Euro chairs are uncomfortable. We went to Lazy Boy and bought a nice recliner, the back comes off and makes it easy to get in and out if necessary.
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Old 05-06-2015, 10:20 PM   #3
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Looking at Thomas Payne Euro Chairs, any opinions on this brand or other suggestions. Even on sale $500. If you have one is it easy to get in door of class a?
Try here: Home page Their prices seem to be more reasonable.
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Went to a local furniture store to "test drive" Euro chairs. Purchased the one that I was most comfortable in and yes, it easily fit through the front door.
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Old 05-07-2015, 09:45 AM   #5
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I have a Stressless in the house. Expensive but I think it was worth it. Everyone who sits in it doesn't want to get out of it.
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Old 05-07-2015, 11:00 AM   #6
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We replaced the horrible hide-a-bed sofa with two euro recliners. Hard to get in and out of for an old fat man and the footstools were in the way. Finally got rid of them and put in two recliners. way better
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Yep, went to LaZboy. Couch out...two recliners in.
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Just my opinion but my advice:

1. check out DiscountLeatherChairs.com. We bought two from them several years ago and were very pleased with the quality for price paid. Both were comfortable chairs.

2. later we went crazy and spent the big bucks for two Stressless leather Euro chairs. IMO, overpriced but I was the fool to pay that much. They are no more comfortable than the much less expensive chairs we got from discountleatherchair.com.

3. IMO, you can't beat a good Lazy Boy recliner. You can get them large or small, leather or fabric and they are comfortable. The back comes off easily so you can get them through the entry door on the coach.
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IMO all Euro chairs are uncomfortable. We went to Lazy Boy and bought a nice recliner, the back comes off and makes it easy to get in and out if necessary.
Ditto: I replaced my Euro Chair with a Lazy Boy and now I am comfortable.
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I didn't know there was a comfortable Euro recliner. Our's will be given away as soon as I find a recliner that will fit.
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Check out IMG. Not cheap. But great for RVs
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Replaced my euro with one of these. Very comfortable.
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The backs are removable on these Lazyboy recliners which makes it easy to get it through the RV door. In our old motorhome, we added two of these and enjoyed the extra floor space because we did not need the ottomans. They are not cheap, but the fabric has held up well. We are now using these chairs in our home after we sold our old motorhome..

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