Description: Power Rocking Recliner
Product Description: Caleb is a clean, transitional style that showcases a biscuit-tufted back with a divided chaise pad. This power rocking recliner's pad-over arm and deep seat provide optimal comfort. The Blue Steel Spring™ ensures this piece is in it for the long-haul. The power button adjusts the headrest and recline independently, letting you change angles from an upright to a fully reclined position. Charge your electronics with the provided USB port in the power button. The simple, clean, and small-scaled design of Caleb makes it a perfect addition for many apartments or smaller urban spaces.
- Open Depth: 64" (162.6 cm)
- Wall Clearance: 12" (30.5 cm)
- Spring Unit: DualFlex
- Back Construction: Attached
- Seat Construction: Attached
- Standard Seat Cushion: High-Density (HC)
- Optional Tailoring: Arm covers
- Control Type: Power Button
- Reclining Options: Available in over 250 select fabrics. Upholstery Material: Fabric. Power button includes a USB port.
- Control Options: Power allows you to smoothly recline to any position. A single USB port is included on each power button control on styles with arms..
||33" (83.8 cm) 33 INH
||40" (101.6 cm) 40 INH
||38" (96.5 cm) 38 INH
||132 lb (59.4 kg) 132 lb
||25" (63.5 cm)
||20" (50.8 cm)
||21" (53.3 cm)
||21" (53.3 cm)
||Power, USB Port
||64" (162.6 cm)
||12" (30.5 cm)
|Standard Seat Cushion:
||Available in over 250 select fabrics. Upholstery Material: Fabric. Power button includes a USB port.
||Power allows you to smoothly recline to any position. A single USB port is included on each power button control on styles with arms..
||21.9 cu ft
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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