Faulkner Furniture introduces zero-gravity recliners
August 20, 2007-- Casual Living,
Morgan Hill, Calif.-based Faulkner Furniture has introduced a line of zero-gravity folding recliners to combine comfort and style in an easy-to-carry, easy-to-store form.
The ergonomically engineered recliner frame is made from sturdy powder-coated steel tubing with contoured padded or wood armrests and a high-tension elastic cord system for flexible support. Faulkner’s easy-to use lever lock system allows consumers to select the reclining angle.
“Faulkner stands out from other folding recliners on the market today because we offer a choice of over a dozen unique fabrics, patterns and fabric/frame color combinations,” said Sylvain Lussier, senior vice president, sales and marketing. “And with a weight capacity of 350 pounds, Faulkner recliners are the strongest folding outdoor recliner available.”
Faulkner recliners come in a choice of padded, 100% colorfast, UV-resistant poly/cotton fabrics with polyester lining or open-mesh weave fabrics that let air circulate. The mesh recliners will not retain water and are ideal for the pool environment. Faulkner recliners are available in a standard size and an XL size, which provides a better fit for people over 6-foot tall.
Faulkner also offers a line of accessories for its recliners. An adjustable serving tray attaches to the frame to keep food and beverages at the fingertips. A soft, 100% cotton chair/beach towel has generous pockets to keep accessories handy, adds extra comfort, and protects the recliner from suntan lotions and chlorine. A vinyl coated polyester carry bag has reinforced shoulder straps to make carrying easy and to provide protection from dirt and scratches.
Faulkner Furniture is distributed across North America to specialty retailers, pool and patio furniture dealers, RV and marine dealers. To see the complete line of Faulkner recliners, visit its Web site at www.faulknerfurniture.com. For more information, call Faulkner Furniture, 1-888-346-2184 or e-mail email@example.com.
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