The Robin Power Reclining Loveseat with Headrest, Lumbar & Console has timeless appeal and modern utility. Charge devices or stash drinks or remotes. Box-border backs and chaise seats offer head-to-toe adjustable comfort. Rolled arms add chic style.
- Traditional form with a contemporary casual update
- Smooth and supportive box-border foam backs for a clean, cozy look
- Faux box-border chaise seats and footrests offer a continuous zone of comfort
- Classic rolled arms redefined with a tapered flare
- Neat topstitching details and welt trim
- Handy flip-top center console provides extra armrest space, hidden storage and two cup holders
- Both the left and right seats recline at the touch of a button
- Power-tilt headrests provide customizable support for your head and neck
- Simply use the 3 toggles on the side-mounted control panel for customized comfort
- Two toggles enable independent power adjustment of the headrest and lumbar
- One toggle reclines the back and simultaneously raises the legrest
- Two memory options save your favorite reclining positions
- Home button returns you to the upright seated position
- Built-in USB port powers your smartphone or tablet
- Double-picked blown fiber fill for improved cushion loft and shape retention
- High grade foam seat cushions maintain their comfort and appearance
- Premium grade fabrics and leathers tested to resist wear and fading
- Customizable with your choice of fabrics and other upgrades
- Plugs into an AC outlet
- Includes our Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Hand-delivered to your home
- Free Design Services available (see your local store for details)
|Overall Dimensions (in.)
|80W x 42D x 42.5H
|Fully Reclined Dimension
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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