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Old 04-25-2016, 11:01 PM   #1
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Another double recliner question - Shop 4 Seats

Finally got tired of the sofa that came with my Raptor. It is just plain uncomfortable. Went to lazy boy and the only thing that would work in what we like was the Griffin at $3000+.

I see some posts on here about Shop 4 Seats. Anyone with any experience with them? Looking at the Discovery TX RV Double Power Recliner.
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Powered adjustable headrests
In-arm storage
Lighted Cupholders
Pop-up input plate with 2 AC adapters and 2 USB ports
Overhead lighting panel
Burlwood table w/cupholders
Chaiselounger footrests
All materials tested and certified to meet or exceed FMVSS #302 RV recliners

http://shop4seats.com/rv-furniture/s...-recliner.html

Anyone have this sofa with some feedback?
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Old 04-26-2016, 09:51 AM   #2
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Old 04-26-2016, 10:05 AM   #3
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Very nice, thank you for sharing. They look very comfy
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We bought a used lazyboy, leather love seat off Craigs List. $350, problem solved.
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I don't have the option to buy any loveseat or sofa and just toss it in. It is going in a slide with 38" limitation on the depth. That limits the options tremendously
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We bought the same one in red from Rooms To Go for the S&B. Very comfortable but don't expect much from the overhead lights.

Reclining Sofa Styles: Leather & Microfiber Recliner Sofas

Not sure about getting it into an RV though.
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i have seen where people have added a piece of 3/4 plywood on slide floor to
use a home sofa your slide is 38'' so buy a piece of plywood 38'' plus what you
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We have the De Leon double recliner, from Shop 4 Seats, in our Lexi. Got it to replace the jack knife sofa.
Quality is very good. Have had it for 2 years now with no problems at all.
That being said, if we were to do it over again, we would get 2 wall hugger type recliners. The main reason...the De Leon does recline, but it only has two positions, unlike a regular recliner that has an infinate movement. It's not uncomfortable, I just wish it had more adjustment.
Maybe your being powered will be different.
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Wow! $3,000 for a recliner, that must've been SOME chair. We took out the couch in our Dutch Star and put in two LazBoy recliners, and didn't pay anywhere near that.
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We have an England double size Savona (a LA-Z-BOY company) being delivered tomorrow or Friday that will be in our slide, replacing that clunk that Keystone supplied. As far as dimensions - 72" long, 36" deep, 33" high which is about 4" longer then the original. The fabric we ordered is almost the same as the two LA-Z-BOY chairs we bought last year and are very happy with. It will need to be 'screwed' in through the doorway - but that too isn't a problem as long as there are two people. Furniture - England Furniture - New Tazewell, TN
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Wow! $3,000 for a recliner, that must've been SOME chair. We took out the couch in our Dutch Star and put in two LazBoy recliners, and didn't pay anywhere near that.
Same here!
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That $3000 was for a real leather, made to order Griffin Sectional reclining sofa that is a wall hugger with a 38" depth
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We bought a love seat recliner from Shop4seats. Paid $230 extra for a quick build (2 week build). Couch wasn't ready on the day that I went to pick it up. I got half of my quick build money back & shop4seats paid to ship to me. The workmanship was awful. Took it back for repairs & they agreed to make us a new love seat. It was suppose to be done last Thursday & they would call to verify. Guess what no call & loveseat not finished as promised. Richard Valdez was going to make an arrangement to pick up loveseat today. I called this morning & nobody knows about the arrangement. Be aware they lie & don't follow through.
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i have seen where people have added a piece of 3/4 plywood on slide floor to
use a home sofa your slide is 38'' so buy a piece of plywood 38'' plus what you
need
We did exactly that to make room for our Lazyboy recliners. I don't recall the exact dimensions but I believe we had to add about 4-5".
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