Forum Power Rocking Recliner with Headrest and Lumbar 1HR 744
Create your own modern retreat with the Forum Power Rocking Recliner with Headrest and Lumbar. It features a tall foam back for extra head support, plus a chaise seat and footrest for continuous comfort. The slim, contemporary silhouette is on-trend and ideal for smaller spaces. This updated model features a side-mounted control panel that allows you to adjust the back, legrest, headrest and lumbar for an unlimited number of relaxing positions. Plus, a USB charging port and two memory settings that save your favorite reclining positions. When you're not reclining, it's a relaxing rocker with a smooth, graceful motion. Make it yours with your choice of fabrics and available upgrades.
Slim, sleek silhouette
Ideal for smaller spaces
Tall foam back for extra head support
One-piece chaise seat/footrest for continuous comfort
Rocks and reclines for total comfort
Newly redesigned with a side-mounted control panel
Adjust the back, legrest, headrest and lumbar independently
Two memory options save your favorite reclining positions
Home button returns you to the upright seated position
Built-in USB port charges your phone or tablet
Single-needle topstitching on the arms and wings
Handcrafted in the U.S.A. with U.S. and imported parts
Includes our Limited Lifetime Warranty on the frame, springs and mechanism
Customizable with your choice of fabrics and other available upgrades
Plugs into an AC outlet or runs on an optional battery pack
Body Depth: 40.5
Body Height: 43.0
Body Width: 31.0
Professional delivery and installation is available for most product we sell. Some exclusions may apply. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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