Maverick Power Rocking Recliner with Headrest and Lumbar 1HR 582
For big comfort, the Maverick Power Rocking Recliner with Headrest and Lumbar is the one name you need to know. This plush family favorite is full of personality, with a chaise bucket seat, sloping padded arms and a high, biscuit-style back to deliver the ultimate in relaxation. 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.
Plush family favorite power recliner
Chaise bucket seat/footrest for continuous comfort
Sloping padded arms
High, biscuit-style back
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
Wireless remote upgrade available
Double-picked blown fiber fill for improved cushion loft and shape retention
High grade foam seat cushions maintain their comfort and appearance
Premium grade fabrics and leathers tested to resist wear and fading
Special financing available using the La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries credit card (only applicable in the United States)
Includes a Limited Lifetime Warranty
Customizable with your choice of fabrics and other available upgrades
Plugs into an AC outlet
Body Depth: 40.0
Body Height: 42.0
Body Width: 39.0
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