Reclining Sofa With Cup Holders

This Fonzie home leather recliner. We just got it just took it out of the box and laid the pieces here, so we can show you how it comes in the box. So obviously it has the big main seat piece plan. This is the back here and then it has the two little side pieces which actually slide on here. So why don’t we see how easy this is to put together? It seems like pretty simple assembly instructions just slide those on and slide this so give it a go. Don’t know how hard it is to line those up so there’s just two metal pieces and the one has to slide over the other one: okay, okay, so that wasn’t too hard. No there’s this back flap, you kind of have to hold up here and then it’s the same thing you just have to slide it on push down just make sure the flap that’s a little bit of weight to it, but it’s really not too bad. Little flap adheres to the back there, so that was pretty simple to assemble. Like I said it does have a little bit of weight to it, so I would have helped when you get it to get it out of the box just to carry it in because the base has a little bit of weight. But overall it’s not a super heavy recliner.

I’ve had some that are just massive and they’re hard to maneuver, and if you want to look at the bottom here, I would recommend they have it on the carpet. Now I might move it over on the wood. It does have the little plastic arts, but for some extra protection like on wood, I would probably put some felt pads or something to help with the shooting. So we’re probably going to set it over there in the corner and we’ll take a look and see how comfortable it is to see how far it works. Fine. So let’s try it out. Well, I have it in place now in the corner, where I was going to put it. The first thing is, I noticed it’s actually not as massive as I thought it would be because some recliners can be big and bulky. That’s actually a good thing, but it’s a nice size. It’s a really pretty kind of a dark coffee. You know local Brown, a nice feel to it. That’S some good padding. So let me see it is pretty nice squishy see nice padding in the back. It’s comfortable and just sitting without reclining, it’s it’s very nice, it’s just a little bit of recline. So let’s looks like this is right up, let’s see how far back it goes July.

This is really nice. I really like that, and it slides back and forward real easily I’ve been in some recliners. You know when you to pull really hard to get up see the same thing with the base. Actually, it comes up pretty easy. A little bit of pressure. I had one right sit there and push on it to get it back, so it actually is a pretty fluid motion up and down. This is a very nice recliner. I like this a lot and I feel like this material would be really easy to clean. If I spill something, you know how the drink here, you can just wipe this right off, which I think is definitely a benefit to some of the cloth ones that can that can stain to just wipe this right up. This is a really nice looking recliner. Alright soft cushy comfortable, not too heavy, not overly massive. I really like this. I would recommend this recliner just wanted to give you a close-up. Look of this nice material and the cup holders see I’ve got my glass of water just fits right in there conveniently they’re really easy to just wipe out if I spill some juice or something in there, but this is really really nice comfortable material with some nice Padding here, the back also has very nice padding here for your head very comfortable, you’re back very cushy. This is a very comfortable chair to sit in another thing. I really like it said how far back this goes, but they’re still, you know some room back here. You could put it closer to the wall if you want, but if you want to really relax like this and practically take a nap in this thing, you can recline all the way back, but it still doesn’t take up on that Center that a room there.

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