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Old 02-22-2013, 04:57 PM   #1
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Zero Gravity recliners .. Del mar or coronodo anybody have one?

I am looking at the zero gravity recliners by prime products.
Two avail. The Coronado or the Del Mar. Del mar is a little cheaper.
Has anyone had experience with either unit or both and how do you like them?
Has to be either as I have a gift certificate and that was the only thing I can find in the catalog I have wanted but never thought was worth spending 80-100 on. If they aren't any good I'll get something else.
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We got the Coronado from RV Upgrades last year because of the 6.25" thickness when folded; allowed us to put them in the storage compartment above the propane tank. I see you have an Allegro as well and I believe you will find the same issue.
We had some others we had gotten from Camping World several years earlier and they would not fit at 7".

HERE: http://www.rvupgradestore.com/Corona...-p/17-2092.htm
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I am looking at the zero gravity recliners by prime products.
Two avail. The Coronado or the Del Mar. Del mar is a little cheaper.
Has anyone had experience with either unit or both and how do you like them?
Has to be either as I have a gift certificate and that was the only thing I can find in the catalog I have wanted but never thought was worth spending 80-100 on. If they aren't any good I'll get something else.
DW & I have two of each. We bought the less expensive ones to go in the motorhome last spring on our trip. I (big dummy) forgot to load them and we found a store that had the more expensive units on sale for what we paid for the ones at home. All that to say we are very happy with both and they fit in the luggage rack on the roof so storage isn't a problem.
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Specs for the Del Mar say 5.5 inches closed and the Coronado is 6.25

Quality wise is it worth getting the more expensive coronado or are they about the same?
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Specs for the Del Mar say 5.5 inches closed and the Coronado is 6.25

Quality wise is it worth getting the more expensive coronado or are they about the same?
To tell yuh the truth, I didn't notice the difference in the thickness. They are great napmobiles.
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I saw one similar at SAMs Club for 80.00 not sure of the quality since it was a quick glance, but might be worth looking at.
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I bought mine from REI. My first two lasted 8 years and two trailers. My two new ones are in one of my larger bays on the Newmar MH. They do take up a lot of room folded but I could not be without them. They were close two 100.00 each.
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Ok Thank you, so if they are about the same in quality I'll go with the Del Mar. I wonder what the difference is. They look about the same in the picture.
I notice they have a plus model but that is just oversize which I do not need.
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DW just mentioned that the two 'expensive' units we bought on sale have a locking mechanism that keeps it in whatever position you set it in. I just never noticed, nor needed this lock.
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Cabella's had them on sale before Christmas for $47. Guess what everyone got for presents.
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