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Leather Power Reclining Sectional

Flexsteel Furniture

Item #: 1210-SectP

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Take a seat flanked by pillow-padded arms adorned with large nailhead trim detailing. Automotive-inspired bucket seats provide sink-in comfort, and power reclining mechanisms let you change angles effortlessly from an upright to a fully reclined position with the touch of a button. Crosstown's sectional components can be arranged into multiple configurations to fit your room's needs.

Product Details:
  • Heavy-thread stitching
  • Blue Steel Spring units
  • Attached back cushions
  • Attached high-density seat cushions
  • Consoles with two cup holders and a storage compartment (only available on select sectional components)
  • Power mechanisms allow you to smoothly recline to any position with the touch of a button (only available on select sectional components).
  • Zero-wall-proximity feature allows you to recline in any position with the furniture placed only inches from the wall.
  • Removable backs allow for easy lifting and maneuvering through doorways.
  • Nailhead trim (only available as shown)
  • Only available in select leathers and fabrics.
  • Fabric styles are available as Downtown, Hometown, and New Town styles.
  • Also available without power.
 
Crosstown available in the following pieces. See Fabric and Finish Options for available customization and design details.
 
Leather Armless Chair
Model 1210-19
 
Large Half Wedge
Model 1210-222
 
Leather Full Wedge
Model 1210-23
 
LAF Recliner
Model 1210-57
 
Leather Left-Arm-Facing Power Recliner
Model 1210-57P
 
RAF Recliner
Model 1210-58
 
Power RAF
Model 1210-58P
 
Armless Recliner
Model 1210-59
 
Armless Recliner
Model 1210-59P
 
Wedge Arm
Model 1210-70
 
Arm Console
Model 1210-72

Please note that the finish or fabric of this product in-store may be different than the photo currently pictured. Please contact your local store to confirm product pricing, availability, finish and fabric colors and promotional dates.

Model Number 1210-SectP
CollectionCrosstown
FeaturesNailhead
Upholstered
Console
Right Arm Facing
Left Arm Facing
Power Reclining
Armless
Chair
Wedge
UpholsteryLeather
CategoryLiving Room » Sectionals

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About Flexsteel Furniture

Furniture that’s made well. That’s built to last. That’s nice to look at. And most importantly, keeps you comfortable. OUR APPROACH Our products are built on beliefs and values that evolved through over a century of manufacturing. Through the years, our commitment to craftsmanship, accountability, and leadership has helped us grow and thrive. Beauty, quality, and function together. Our design and construction go hand in hand to create comfortable, long-lasting furniture. We’ve proven our commitment to craft through our namesake Blue Steel Spring, which has performed so consistently since its development that its design has not been radically changed in over 75 years. We stand behind what we make. We take our responsibility to produce tested furniture seriously. We test our own products to ensure the highest quality standards before they even leave the factory, and we back our materials and construction with warranties. Thoughtful service. A better experience. We’re here to help, connecting you with the resources, people, and products you need. Besides offering thousands of styling choices, our retail partners and sales representatives are there to help you make the best decision possible. In 1893, the Rolph & Ball Furniture Company was established in Minneapolis to manufacture upholstered furniture. By 1901, they sold the company to four tradesmen formerly of the nearby McCloud & Smith Furniture Company.

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