Pipeline wrote:Hope this helps.
Common Sense Al wrote:The Costco one is $400+tax and "top grain leather".
Pipeline wrote:There is a place out West of Denton, Rustic furniture, that I think sells a nailbutton leather recliner, with a real pair of Longhorns, attached to the top. Good bet it would be tried and true American leather...
Rosemary wrote:Al, do you get the Sunday Dallas Morning News? There is an ad flyer in every Sunday from Kroger Marketplace. They sell furniture and household items at attractive prices. I haven't been there. The nearest one to us is at Alliance Town Center. They have an ad today for a recliner that says "Signature Design by Ashley Gambler Recliner, save $300. The comfort you deserve for a price you can afford." $199.99 with Kroger Card. It looks like leather, but it doesn't say if it is or not. Kroger Marketplace must really be cheap because they advertised something today for $5.00 that I bought a couple of months ago at Fry's for $10, same item, same brand. Has anyone been there? If so, what's it like?
Rosemary wrote:There wasn't any link, but I found the weekly ad on Kroger's website.
http://krogersouthwest.mywebgrocer.com/ ... 00/Other/9
I was a Furniture Buyer for Foley's back in the day and I can tell you that most of the "motion" furniture you see out there is made in China. I wouldn't focus so much on the country of origin but on the Warranty of the mechanism, and can you go back for service if something goes wrong? Check out a retailer like a La-Z-Boy store where they might have floor samples they are willing to discount to move. Floor samples take up a huge amount of inventory dollors and the stores like to move on them when a style is discontinued. I bought a $300 leather recliner from Conn's six years ago that's still going strong.....
JKTex wrote:Top grain for $400 may not be a bad deal at all, as long as the chair itself is solid.
Common Sense Al wrote:JKTex wrote:Top grain for $400 may not be a bad deal at all, as long as the chair itself is solid.
Yep, I didn't think it was the best quality leather, but definitely up from "bonded leather"... and for $400, I don't think you can complain. Hopefully it is pretty solid... Costco usually carries decent stuff.
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