It s the little details that make all the difference with the Bentley swivel glide recliner. Crafted with Solid Hardwood, Plywood and Laminated Veneer Lumber, this recliner features Semi-Aniline Leather with Match in a Graphite Gray finish. PVC Vinyl is matched to the leather and used on the outside backs and sides, meaning everywhere your body touches is real genuine leather! The Bentley recliner offers dual power recline with a power articulating headrest. Bucket seating adds for enhanced comfort, and the waterfall pad-over chase gives head-to-toe support. The T-cushion seats provides extra space to lounge. As comfortable as the Bentley sofa is, one cannot ignore the single and double needle contrast stitching and the modified bustle backs that are sure to catch the eye. With today s technologies in mind, a USB-A and USB-C charging port is located on the side of the recliner. The swivel glide mechanism allows you to stay engaged in conversations around the room without having to strain your neck or leave your seat. A built-in stop mechanism is used to protect the wiring during swivel. With the Bentley swivel glide recliner, comfort starts and ends here.
Dimensions: W41 x D41 x H43
Weight: 147 lbs.
- Wood: Solid Hardwood, Plywood and LVL
- Finish: Graphite Gray Leather
- Dimensions: W41 x D41 x H43
- Box Dimensions: W42 x D34 x H34
- Weight: 147 lbs.
- Cubes: 28.3
- Semi-Aniline Top Grain Leather with Match
- Dual Power Recline with Articulating Headrest
- Balanced Comfort
- T-Cushion Provides Extra Space to Lounge
- Single, Double and Cross Contrast Stitching
- Modified Bustle Backs (KD)
- Bucket Seating for Enhanced Comfort
- USB-A & USB-C Charging Ports
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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