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Dunleith -Power Reclining Sectional

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Original price $4,949.75
Original price $4,949.75 - Original price $5,580.90
Original price $4,949.75
Current price $3,807.50
$3,807.50 - $4,293.00
Current price $3,807.50
Color: Chocolate
Load up on comfort in a cool, clean-lined and contemporary way with the Dunleith power reclining sectional in chocolate brown. Rest assured, you'll enjoy the feel of real leather everywhere your body touches (real leather interior seating/matching faux leather exterior). With a wonderfully soft hand, the heavyweight material is enriched with a pebble grain effect for authentic appeal and enhanced with jumbo stitching for dramatic contrast. It features a one-touch power control with adjustable positions and includes an Easy View™ adjustable headrest that allows a primo view of the TV even when you're reclined. Extended ottomans provide extra length for leg comfort. A zero-draw USB plug-in at your fingertips lets you charge up as you chill out.

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Weight 124 lbs

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