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    Picking up lazyboy recliners in the morning

    Well, the day has finally come. We are going to pickup our two new Lazyboy Recline-A-Way recliners tomorrow morning. Really excited about getting the new Pinnacle models for our BH. Never was too happy with the Euro chairs, so now we are looking forward to some "quality time" in our new recliners. I'll let ya'll know how it turns out. We have 10 nights away, in our home away from home, coming up for Easter vacation.


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    Re: Picking up lazyboy recliners in the morning

    Quote Originally Posted by goldenbetty View Post
    Well, the day has finally come. We are going to pickup our two new Lazyboy Recline-A-Way recliners tomorrow morning. Really excited about getting the new Pinnacle models for our BH. Never was too happy with the Euro chairs, so now we are looking forward to some "quality time" in our new recliners. I'll let ya'll know how it turns out. We have 10 nights away, in our home away from home, coming up for Easter vacation.
    Please post a picture of the recliners. Neither of us are happy with the euro chairs in our Sundance. We have looked at a couple different styles of chairs including a Lazyboy. I'm sure she will be very interested in the chair style. Thanks.

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    Re: Picking up lazyboy recliners in the morning

    Quote Originally Posted by ncc1701e View Post
    Please post a picture of the recliners. Neither of us are happy with the euro chairs in our Sundance. We have looked at a couple different styles of chairs including a Lazyboy. I'm sure she will be very interested in the chair style. Thanks.

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    Re: Picking up lazyboy recliners in the morning

    We bought our Lazy Boy's last year and have never regretted it. Just like you we were just through with the Euro chairs. I don't rember which model the Mrs. picked out, but they fit with no problems. Enjoy your recliners and your vacation!
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    Re: Picking up lazyboy recliners in the morning

    The Lazyboy's are settled in their new home. The slides are not fully extended because of the limitations of our carport where our BH lives. The color is lighter than it looks in the photo. It picks up the color of the leaves in the wallpaper accent stripe, and looks really nice. Extremely comfortable. Can't wait to enjoy them. The model is Pinnacle, and it clears the slides when I put them face to face, not back to back. The arms have a slight flare to them, so they fit better face to face. Another project successfully completed.
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    Re: Picking up lazyboy recliners in the morning

    I like the looks of those, could you give me the model number for those chairs. We have/had the factory recliner in our BH and they are just junk, we moverd the recliners from the house into the BH, but they are the overisze units, and we have to take the backs off to run the slides in.
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    Re: Picking up lazyboy recliners in the morning

    Lazyboy Reclin-Away. It is a wall hugger which is a plus too. It is stationary, so no rocking, gliding or pivoting. We wanted to make sure it didn't move when we are in motion. Model #015512. We special ordered it and it took 5 weeks from order to delivery. Just in time for our trip in 2 weeks. Perfect timing. Wish you luck on your purchase. The back and seat are separate in the box which made it easy for us to put them into the BH.


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    Re: Picking up lazyboy recliners in the morning

    Looking good Betty. We've used the Lazy Boys with the Recline-a-Way two, may 3 times in our past RVs. We really liked them. No we use the theater seating and like it too
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    Re: Picking up lazyboy recliners in the morning

    Since I am an employee of Lazy Boy furniture I would like to say Thank you to all you great folks for buying Lazy Boy furniture and helping to keep our bottom line looking good.We don't build recliners in our plant but we do build sofas,chairs and loveseats.FYI- Lazy Boy just celebrated 85 year in business last week.


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    Re: Picking up lazyboy recliners in the morning

    Quote Originally Posted by goldenbetty View Post
    Lazyboy Reclin-Away. It is a wall hugger which is a plus too. It is stationary, so no rocking, gliding or pivoting. We wanted to make sure it didn't move when we are in motion. Model #015512. We special ordered it and it took 5 weeks from order to delivery. Just in time for our trip in 2 weeks. Perfect timing. Wish you luck on your purchase. The back and seat are separate in the box which made it easy for us to put them into the BH.
    We tried to put our Lazy-Boys from the house in the BH but they are too wide and too deep so you can't bring the slides in, so we put the OE back in (YUK!). I guess we'll have to go shopping?

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