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Thread: BY # 4017 Wisner Lounger in Married Cover # 9829

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    Default BY # 4017 Wisner Lounger in Married Cover # 9829

    I first saw this at Market in 2011 and really liked the way it sat. It's a mid-sized unit, and is a bit of a new take on a bustle back design. $ 1,449 plus delivery fees, two in stock as of this writing.

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    Default Re: BY # 4017 Wisner Lounger in Married Cover # 9829

    Love how this looks, seems similar to the BY Henley (3076) which I'm considering. The neat thing is it appears to have a larger recliner leg rest instead of the curved leg rest the Henley has. I'm wondering (hoping) if this would make it more comfortable when reclined so the weight of my legs aren't put on my feet at the end of the bar like they do with the Henley.

    Can you say how it sits reclined (I'm around 6' so I think it would be roughly similar)?

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    Default Re: BY # 4017 Wisner Lounger in Married Cover # 9829

    I don't have one in the store right now to check - all sold out but more are on order. As i recall from memory, your legs will be at the end of the footrest behind you ankle, not on your heel....but don't hold me to that!
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    Default Re: BY # 4017 Wisner Lounger in Married Cover # 9829

    Good to know. It sounds like that is about where the Henley (and many other recliners) are around.

    Coming from an old La-Z-Boy rocker/recliner with a more padded footrest, is there a trick folks like me (who are stepping into the more solid side of things) should be doing to appreciate the change to a true recliner?

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