Flexsteel Crosstown Leather Power Sofa Recliner with Tilt Headrest
Relaxed yet refined, the Flexsteel Crosstown Leather Power Sofa Recliner infuses casual comfort into an elegant design. Sink into the buttery-soft leather of the automotive-inspired bucket seats boasting generously padded cushions that ensure optimal comfort as you sit upright or recline at the touch of a button. The TILT power headrest allows you to achieve the perfect television viewing position even when you are fully reclined. Rolled pillow arms adorned with oversized nailheads and a USB port completes the style and functionality of this power leather sofa.
- Name: Crosstown Leather Power Sofa Recliner with Tilt Headrest
- SKU: L36121063
- Collection: Crosstown
- Vendor: Flexsteel
- Comment: Price may vary based on option(s) selected.
- Dimensions: 87"L x 40"D x 40"H
- Cushion: 2.0 density high resiliency foam
- Cover: Grain: corrected (sanded, embossed, etc.)
Hide Type: top grain/vinyl
Color: semi aniline (aniline dyed plus additive)
Finish: urethane pigment
- Frame: All plywood frame
Stress joints screwed and reinforced
Removable backs on reclining pieces
350 lbs max capacity reclining pieces
- Springs: Arched blue watch spring steel
- Origin: Made in China
- Recommended Care: As shown leather: Professional cleaning
recommended. Occasionally wipe leather with a
soft dry cloth. Dab wet or greasy spills with a
soft, dry cloth. Clean and condition leather a
minimum of 4 times a year.
Jordan's Furniture recommends purchasing our Furniture Protection Program.
- Warranty: 1 yr leather against defects
Lifetime frame from factory defects
Lifetime springs from factory defects
Lifetime seat cushions factory defects
Lifetime recliner mechanism from factory defects
5 yrs electrical from factory defects
5 yrs switch from factory defects
5 yrs motor from factory defects
1 year ago
1 year ago
Our biggest problem was with the delivery. It did not go well. We will not buy another piece of furniture from Jordan's unless they can guarantee their employees will make the delivery and not contractors in unmarked white box trucks.
1 year ago
over 2 years ago