Anderson Power Rocking Recliner P10234
Smaller in scale and designed to complement any décor, the Anderson Power Rocking Recliner pairs the comfort of a power recliner with the soothing motion of a rocker. Anderson features a plush seat and legrest along with soft padded arms. A tapered, channel-stitched back provides total body and lumbar support whether you're rocking or reclining. Simply use the side-mounted 4-button control panel to recline and raise your feet independently for a wide range of relaxing positions. There's even a built-in USB port to power your phone or tablet. When you're not reclining, it's a relaxing rocker with a smooth, graceful motion. Make it yours with your choice of fabrics and other available upgrades.
Ultra-comfortable power recliner
Slightly smaller scale
Plush padded seat and legrest
Soft padded arms
Tapered, channel-stitched back designed to support your back and maintain its shape
Rocks and reclines for total comfort
Recline and raise your feet independently with the touch of a button
Back reclines with or without raising the legrest
Built-in USB port powers your smartphone or tablet
Double-picked blown fiber fill for improved cushion loft and shape retention
High grade foam seat cushions that maintain their comfort and appearance
Premium grade fabrics and leathers tested to resist wear and fading
Handcrafted in the U.S.A. with U.S. and imported parts
Includes our Limited Lifetime Warranty
Customizable with your choice of fabrics and other available upgrades
Plugs into an AC outlet
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