What kind of Oslo Collection Mac Motion Leather Recliner do you need?
Expresso top grain leather upholstery. Norwegian styling. Pillow top back rest along each side of the back cushion. MX-2 memory foam makes for therapy comfort, support and styling. Fits very comfortably within most areas of the home
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Mac Motion s 58-LO3-40-103 Norwegian styling never had it so good, with this unique 2 pc matching chair and ottoman, from the Oslo Collection . Nested within the strong selective hardwood frame with a rich Walnut wood frame finish, to match its accented ottoman, this is the winner Offering a pillow top back rest along each side of the back cushion, along with an angled headrest and MX-2 memory foam throughout, makes for a therapy comfort, support and styling. All within a standard seating are this models overall width of only 30 , and fits very comfortably within most home areas. Features include 360 degree swivel, multiple adjustment for personalized reclining positions and matching angled ottoman. Both pieces are covered in Top-Grain leather, everywhere you touch. This Espresso leather color is complimented by the deep Walnut wood frame finish, of the quality euro style frame
Customer reviewsGreat comfort. Nice Leather. Nice visual design. Really cheap unseen hardwareNOT top grain leatherThis one was damaged just like the firstX box heaven for himAbsolutely the most comfortable recliner I have found Comfortable and SolidI guess it was worth it My chair is defective
This is a very comfortable chair. Fits better than most that I ve tried and the leather seems to be of better quality. So why only 3 stars The swivel base. The base is a plastic hoop that sits on the ground. Five or six metal c fittings with a single open ball bearing are screwed to the underside of the round wooden base. These clamp like fittings fit over the plastic hoop sitting on the ground and glide over it resting on a single ball bearing. Kind of like a monorail. Straight out of the box it ground and stuck and had lots of friction. I called seller and they were very kind offering to send me a new plastic hoop. I told them the hoop wasn t defective. It had to be an alignment prob or just a plain bad design. I d call back after looking closer. Upon looking closer and disassembling the base I discovered that the ball bearing in the little clamp fitting was impacted with styrofoam beads and dust from the SUPER CHEAP bead board the chair came packed in. Also foam beads and dust covered every surface in my living room. After cleaning the degraded foam from around the ball bearings the base swiveled freely. For a week or so. This time the ball bearings were impacted little black and white hairs. I looked over to the couch where my blue heeler puppy, Auggie was sound asleep. Argh Why are these bearings so open that dirt and dust can get up into them and for that matter why is the base a plastic ring on a chair that costs nearly a grand