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Thread: Taylor King L252PM Power Tilt Back Chair/Ottoman in Frontier Bison

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    Default Taylor King L252PM Power Tilt Back Chair/Ottoman in Frontier Bison

    Available only as a power unit (requires an outlet nearby) this tilt back chair and ottoman requires just a touch of the lever hidden between the seat cushion and arm to operate. Only the chair back reclines, the rest of the unit is stationary. I have to say I had great expectations for this chair when I ordered it for stock, but I still prefer the Austin High Back Tilt Chair by Hancock and Moore (shown next to it) for comfort. This piece has a steep back angle before it even begins to recline, which I find most curious considering the range of motion it has. Why didn't Taylor King start the frame back more upright? Some customers that have come into the store that are not as tall as me have said they like it better than the Austin, however - so at the end of the day it what suits your body type best.
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