Take charge of your seating with this power lift recliner. Its easy power button motion control allows you the full spectrum of comfort-from a gentle lift-and-tilt for standing up to a lay flat design ideal for an afternoon snooze. Not much gets past the power adjustable headrest and lumbar support, or even the independent motor controls to get that just right position. You'll always stay connected with the included USB charging port in the power control, and relish in the hours of versatile support that never stops giving.
- One-touch (hand control) power button with adjustable positions
- Easy View™ power adjustable headrest and power lumbar support
- Corner-blocked frame with metal reinforced seat
- Attached back and seat cushions
- High-resiliency foam cushions wrapped in thick poly fiber
- Includes USB charging port in the power control
- 4-motor design allows for independent control of leg rest, backrest, lumbar support and headrest for perfectly positioned comfort
- Lay flat design for extended naptime comfort
- Polyester upholstery
- Compatible with emergency battery backup (sold separately), in case of power outage
- Power cord included; UL Listed
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Professional delivery and installation is available for most products we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you. We are not licensed to hookup gas appliances.
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