Norris Power Rocking Recliner with Headrest and Lumbar 1HR 771
Sink in and enjoy the Norris Rocking Recliner with Headrest and Lumbar. Its padded arms and chaise seat and legrest envelop you in comfort and luxury as you stretch out to read, watch TV or catch some Z's. And, Norris has a clean, streamlined style that looks great in any room. Simply use the handy wand controller to operate the independent back and footrest, power tilt, power headrest and power lumbar support. 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.
Classic, elegant style
Handsome top-stitching detail
Chaise seat and legrest
Rocks and reclines for total comfort
Recline and raise your feet independently with the touch of a button
Handheld wired controller operates the independent back and footrest, power tilt, power headrest and power lumbar support
Seat and back move together for fluid motion
Customizable with your choice of fabrics and other upgrades
Body Depth: 38.0
Body Height: 42.0
Body Width: 40.0
- Classic, elegant style
- Handsome top-stitching detail
- Chaise seat and legrest
- Padded arms
- Rocks and reclines for total comfort
- Recline and raise your feet independently with the touch of a button
- Handheld wired controller operates the independent back and footrest, power tilt, power headrest and power lumbar support
- Seat and back move together for fluid motion
- Customizable with your choice of fabrics and other upgrades
|Handcrafted in North America
|Limited Lifetime Warranty
|Number of Cushions
|Heat & Massage
|USB Charging Port
|Overall Dimensions (in.)
||40W x 41D x 42H
Professional delivery and installation is available for every product we sell. We would be happy to coordinate delivery and installation for you.
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