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Old 02-08-2015, 06:53 PM   #15
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Wife and I went out again today to survey recliners and honestly didn't find any at lazyboy or anywhere else that we really liked for a price that was reasonable. Online there seem to be just a couple of places that sell smaller recliners suitable to RV's. Brad and Hall , Coach Supply Direct and Glastop all carry the Lambright recliners and have a model called the Lazy Relaxor Swivel Wall Hugger Recliner. With the Softec/Halo leather they run about 700 plus shipping. They can be had with a swing away table for 85 and can have the wood arms finished in a natural cherry that should match the new cherry woodwork very nicely. Lambright is an Amish company that seems to have a real good reputation for quality. I wish I could sit in one before plunking down the money but both dealers offer a 30 day money back (including shipping) guarantee. I may make some calls this week to see what if any discounts might be available and what the time frame would be to make and ship them here. Here are a couple of photos from their sites showing the chairs in question:











If anybody has experience with these chairs or with one of the online dealers, I'd love to hear about it.
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Old 02-08-2015, 07:59 PM   #16
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We drove out to the Lambright factory to try the chair before we bought one. Tried it out and ended up buying one. We bought the smallest model they sell, and for its size we find it extreamly comfortable. I would buy another one in a second. It fits perfectly in our 29' airstream in front of the couch. It has big chair comfort in a small package.
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Old 02-08-2015, 08:09 PM   #17
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Only thing I can suggest is sit in them if you can for an hour or so, read a book etc. My wife and I have added recliners to three RVs in the past and did this with the last two, it helped a lot. we also sought out only wall huggers in an effort to save space. Last ones were both Lazy Boys. In our 2015 now we got them from the factory, installed instead of the couch, they are ok, not great but ok.

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I just had two Lambright non wall hugger delivered to our home for use in home. Love them. Now if I could figure out how to fit two more in my bambi
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Old 02-09-2015, 06:31 PM   #19
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Wife and I went out again today to survey recliners and honestly didn't find any at lazyboy or anywhere else that we really liked for a price that was reasonable. Online there seem to be just a couple of places that sell smaller recliners suitable to RV's. Brad and Hall , Coach Supply Direct and Glastop all carry the Lambright recliners and have a model called the Lazy Relaxor Swivel Wall Hugger Recliner. With the Softec/Halo leather they run about 700 plus shipping. They can be had with a swing away table for 85 and can have the wood arms finished in a natural cherry that should match the new cherry woodwork very nicely. Lambright is an Amish company that seems to have a real good reputation for quality. I wish I could sit in one before plunking down the money but both dealers offer a 30 day money back (including shipping) guarantee. I may make some calls this week to see what if any discounts might be available and what the time frame would be to make and ship them here. Here are a couple of photos from their sites showing the chairs in question:











If anybody has experience with these chairs or with one of the online dealers, I'd love to hear about it.

I've used the Lambright recliners in 4 Airstream renovations. (2 for customers, and 2 for my wife and I) They are built very well, and are very comfortable. They are easy to secure to the floor. The ones we use are covered in the "Ultra Leather", very easy to clean and durable.
The Lambright family are great people, and good to deal with...

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Old 02-09-2015, 08:05 PM   #20
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I've used the Lambright recliners in 4 Airstream renovations. (2 for customers, and 2 for my wife and I) They are built very well, and are very comfortable. They are easy to secure to the floor. The ones we use are covered in the "Ultra Leather", very easy to clean and durable.
The Lambright family are great people, and good to deal with...

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Thanks Larry, that's the kind of feedback I like to hear. Buying furniture without your butt touching it is a hard thing to do. This may be the way we go. For sure a pair of these chairs will be one of the most expensive things we put in the trailer but I think they will be well worth it in the long run.
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Old 02-10-2015, 07:43 AM   #21
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The only drawback of the Lambright chairs is that they tend to grab you and demand that you recline them and take a long nap!
They are expensive, without a doubt but worth every penny..

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We purchased 2 of the Lambright wall hugging recliners when we modified our 2012 27' Eddie Bauer. You get what you pay for, and we are very very happy with the purchase. To be able to recline and swivel with the back hatch open is great. So much more comfortable than the bench.
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Old 02-10-2015, 05:33 PM   #23
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Very Cool. Appreciate the pix showing the chairs in an Airstream and how comfortable they are. Getting prices right now. Glastop doesnt want to do anything on price except what is listed on their website even though they say call for Dealer, Current RV Show, and Seasonal Discount Pricing.

Coach Supply will do the two chairs delivered for 1500 plus 170 for the side tables. Got another call in to another dealer and will call Brad and Hall tomorrow. Lead time will probably be around 4-5 weeks which works out fine, we should be close to finishing up phase 3 by then (fingers crossed).
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Very Cool. Appreciate the pix showing the chairs in an Airstream and how comfortable they are. Getting prices right now. Glastop doesnt want to do anything on price except what is listed on their website even though they say call for Dealer, Current RV Show, and Seasonal Discount Pricing.

Coach Supply will do the two chairs delivered for 1500 plus 170 for the side tables. Got another call in to another dealer and will call Brad and Hall tomorrow. Lead time will probably be around 4-5 weeks which works out fine, we should be close to finishing up phase 3 by then (fingers crossed).
Let us know what you find. We are going to pull the trigger on 2 ourselves.
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Let us know what you find. We are going to pull the trigger on 2 ourselves.
So far Coach is the cheapest, bradd and hall is probably about 80 bucks more including the shipping and the two side tables. All based on the halo leather as the only upgrade besides the tables. Will have to see about the colors and maybe get a sample or just go ahead and order them. Lead time is probably the same from everybody, I'm guessing they ship directly from the factory.
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Old 03-13-2015, 01:23 PM   #26
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Ordered two of the Lambright chairs in a Navy Haloleather covering with the natural finish arms and side tables. Should be delivered in 4-5 weeks. Approx cost with shipping was a bit over 800 each. A dark blue wasnt my first choice, but we do have blue curtains so with a light wall color, hopefully the chairs will "Pop". Mamma says they wont show dirt and she picked the color, so it must be ok.
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Coach supply. Josh was the contact. They were the cheapest out of everybody I talked to. Josh was willing to negotiate, paid 1500 for both chairs with the shipping came to 1670. Amish workbench furniture was the only other dealer that wanted to haggle a bit, they were 1732 for both chairs shipped. Glastop didn't want to negotiate at all, even though they say call for "Dealer, Current RV Show, and Seasonal Discount Pricing"
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