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Old 05-01-2015, 05:52 PM   #15
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We are looking for a couple of these too. We have an Outdos RV with a jack-knife sofa that we want to replace. They have some I could order directly, but they are 500-600 each for a not great quality chair. Guess I will have to look at some LazEBoys. I will be watching for some other options.
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Old 05-02-2015, 04:01 PM   #16
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If you are looking, try Overstock and Wayfair. They have a good variety, good sales and prices are not horrid. We just bought 2 chairs from Wayfair, not recliners because we are not the recliner type, but small comfortable chairs that fit in our Flair and don't take up too much space. The price was right, shipping was free, they got here fast! I have nothing negative to say. Oh, and there are reviews on everything (almost) so you are not buying blind.
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Old 05-02-2015, 04:11 PM   #17
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Our MH came with an EuroChair. My frame was not commensurate with the chair's frame. It now sits in the garage waiting. I purchased a LazEboy full recliner but smaller than the real big ones. I fit in it very well. Since the EuroChair had a tie down point I use that with a strap up from the bottom and around the arms to just gently hold it in place, in case of a very sudden stop.

The EuroChair is listed in the classified section.
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"Disneyfix"......Take a look at this website. Over the past 10 years, I bought two Euro Recliners. As you look at the website, there are several styles of chairs. They come in different colors, different wood bases. They each offer a second base, about an inch tall that fits under the chair and allows it to swivel.

Each chair has different cushion design, but gives all of the measurements from seat height to overall size. I'm 6'2", chunky and have short legs. I was able to select a chair with a wide seat and high back. The first one lasted about 7 years and then I replaced it with another that was similar. My kids still have the first one and use it in the corner of their bedroom for reading.

My chair, was positioned behind the passenger seat, which swiveled. I never used the automans that came with the chairs, I just swiveled the front seat and put my feet up on it in the evenings.

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Old 05-03-2015, 11:19 AM   #19
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We bought the Model 54 in Cobblestone leather. MacMotion is sold by several different websites, all owned by the same company but with different pricing so do a through search to find the best price. Great chairs and very comfortable for us (6'1" and 5'4" tall). The separate ottoman is a sometimes not convenient but we like the look and comfort. The chair has memory foam in it and I think that makes a difference. We had some shipping damage and they immediately sent a replacement.

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Old 05-03-2015, 12:56 PM   #20
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"Sportech".....You're right about the fact that many sell these chairs. The guy I bought from both times was local to me, working out of his house and drop shipping. Even though, as you say the chairs are well built, comfy and take just a few minutes to assemble when shipped.
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I also purchased a Coaster brand chair and I like it very well. The only thing I don't like is it does not recline very far but it works! I purchased the Coaster 600229 off of eBay from ubuyfurniture-inc in May 2014.


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p.s., LazEboy can put any base on it that you want. My recliner had a stationary base. I asked for a swivel base and they swapped it out. Bases are typically interchangeable.
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Still looking, any other experiences?
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I bought a Euro chairs from rooms to go, it's light weight for easy storage for travel.
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I'll put my vote with LazBoy. The main reason is sizes of recliners. I'm 6'4", the better half is 5'. We have matching recliners, the only difference is size. But man, mine is almost too comfortable. I keep nodding off.
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Lazyboy are lifetime warranty on frame and limited on labor but they will send you parts.

Visit a company store and they have many options and you may be able to custom order special size or coverings.

Advantage is the backs pop off for easy moving
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We have a small Lazy Boy with the swivel base we use in our MH. DH loves it! Back comes off for travel and we put it on the bed. Then put the base on it's side up by the fireplace for travel - that way the center isle is free to use. Works extremely well.
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