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Outlet special price!! Covered in W. Schillig's beautiful R6752 Dove light gray fabric. The material is 100% polyester and has a Wyzenbeek 100,000 abrasion resistance rating. The recliner features a fully motorized reclining mechanism, with ratchet adjustable head rest. 26" seat width. The touch sensor control buttons are situated uniquely on the side of the seat cushion, hidden from sight.
SKU: DANA.MF65.OUTLET
Lead Time: IN STOCK - OUTLET
Depth: 41"
Width: 47"
Height: 30"
Weight: 105 lbs
$2,099.00
$850.00
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W Schillig Dana Motorized Recliner 47" - Clearance

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With W. Schillig, there is no compromise about quality.  There are no two ways about it.  We feel it is very important for you to know the factory who is making your furniture.  Do you know the brand of the sofa at the store you're shoppinng at, and what they stand for?  With W. Schillig, it's plain to see the tremedous pride in making something for you that is made for your enjoyment, to make your life more relaxing at home, and is built to last.

 Hardwood Frame - All W. Schillig frames are constructed of kiln dried hardwood and top-grade ¾” plywood. All joints are corner blocked, double doweled, glued, and stapled. This effort dramatically increases stability and durability of all joints.  Other factories typically use softwood, particleboard or medium density fiberboard (MDF), with joints that are only stapled and glued.
 
 
 NO-SAG SPRINGS - W. SCHILLIG uses only steel no-sag springs to create an active support suspension system. Nylon clips and heavy duty thick felt padding are integrated into the system to minimize friction and noise.  Other factories typicall utilize two to three straps of elastic webbing stapled to each end of the furniture frame, and then place foam on top. This is a low-cost alternative that offers less support, creates inferior durability, and will leave you with a slumpy sitting piece of furniture in a short period of time.
 
 SPRING COILS - W. SCHILLIG seats are engineered with steel coil springs to create consistent, long lasting comfort. And, for additional comfort, we encase the coils in high-density foam.  Other factories tend to use dacron low density foam stuffed seats, which provide less support and tend to sag over time.
 
 ELASTIC WEBBING - W. SCHILLIG uses double the amount of elastic webbing in our back support and, to provide soft but firm body support, we wrap our webbing in high density foam.  Other factories producing cheaper goods use a minimal amount of elastic webbing, covered with low density foam, which creates a too-soft seat that may quickly lose its shape.
 
 HIGH QUALITY LEATHER - W. SCHILLIG selects top grain cow hide leather. Chosen from the top 4% of all hides, our fine leathers offer a luxurious seating surface.  And only top grain leathers are used to cover our furniture.  The frame, cushions, and arms, all are covered using top grain leather, no compromises.  Cheaper factories use phrases like "leatherette" or "leather match" as a way to avoid talking about the use of covers made with parts compiled together to create something that should not be called leather. Things like split leather, Bi-Cast leather, bonded leather, vinyl, or other animal hides, which lack comfort and durability.
 
DOUBLE NEEDLE STITCHING - W. SCHILLIG incorporates double needle stitching to add beautiful detailing, greater strength, and extended durability.  Cheaper factories frequently utilize single needle stitching, which creates a less attractive piece that typically doesn't wear well.

 

 

With W. Schillig, there is no compromise about quality.  There are no two ways about it.  We feel it is very important for you to know the factory who is making your furniture.  Do you know the brand of the sofa at the store you're shoppinng at, and what they stand for?  With W. Schillig, it's plain to see the tremedous pride in making something for you that is made for your enjoyment, to make your life more relaxing at home, and is built to last.

 Hardwood Frame - All W. Schillig frames are constructed of kiln dried hardwood and top-grade ¾” plywood. All joints are corner blocked, double doweled, glued, and stapled. This effort dramatically increases stability and durability of all joints.  Other factories typically use softwood, particleboard or medium density fiberboard (MDF), with joints that are only stapled and glued.
 
 
 NO-SAG SPRINGS - W. SCHILLIG uses only steel no-sag springs to create an active support suspension system. Nylon clips and heavy duty thick felt padding are integrated into the system to minimize friction and noise.  Other factories typicall utilize two to three straps of elastic webbing stapled to each end of the furniture frame, and then place foam on top. This is a low-cost alternative that offers less support, creates inferior durability, and will leave you with a slumpy sitting piece of furniture in a short period of time.
 
 SPRING COILS - W. SCHILLIG seats are engineered with steel coil springs to create consistent, long lasting comfort. And, for additional comfort, we encase the coils in high-density foam.  Other factories tend to use dacron low density foam stuffed seats, which provide less support and tend to sag over time.
 
 ELASTIC WEBBING - W. SCHILLIG uses double the amount of elastic webbing in our back support and, to provide soft but firm body support, we wrap our webbing in high density foam.  Other factories producing cheaper goods use a minimal amount of elastic webbing, covered with low density foam, which creates a too-soft seat that may quickly lose its shape.
 
 HIGH QUALITY LEATHER - W. SCHILLIG selects top grain cow hide leather. Chosen from the top 4% of all hides, our fine leathers offer a luxurious seating surface.  And only top grain leathers are used to cover our furniture.  The frame, cushions, and arms, all are covered using top grain leather, no compromises.  Cheaper factories use phrases like "leatherette" or "leather match" as a way to avoid talking about the use of covers made with parts compiled together to create something that should not be called leather. Things like split leather, Bi-Cast leather, bonded leather, vinyl, or other animal hides, which lack comfort and durability.
 
DOUBLE NEEDLE STITCHING - W. SCHILLIG incorporates double needle stitching to add beautiful detailing, greater strength, and extended durability.  Cheaper factories frequently utilize single needle stitching, which creates a less attractive piece that typically doesn't wear well.

 

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