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Just curious if anyone has bought any of Rec Pro's RV furniture? We are considering purchasing either 2 recliners or a loveseat. Don't think we want the power option. What happens if the power goes out? Anyway thought I would ask here. A little bit apprehensive about buying something without trying them. Thanks all.


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About a year ago we ordered the double wall hugger with console from REC PRO. Was easy to bring into 5th wheel and assemble. So far it's holding up well. The only issue I have is the cup holders are two small in diameter for my favorite coffee cup. Also the chrome looking finish on top of the cup holder is peeling off. They are not the biggest of recliners but are ok for me at 6'. Good luck.


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MrRetired821 wrote:

About a year ago we ordered the double wall hugger with console from REC PRO. Was easy to bring into 5th wheel and assemble. So far it's holding up well. The only issue I have is the cup holders are two small in diameter for my favorite coffee cup. Also the chrome looking finish on top of the cup holder is peeling off. They are not the biggest of recliners but are ok for me at 6'. Good luck.


Thanks Smokey. That is what we have been looking at. Are the cup holders large enough to hold a soda can in a cooler insulator? Also did you get cloth or leather? We are leaning toward the Mahogany leather.

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I bought the RecPro dual recliner/theater seating and the sleeper sofa. Cloth not leather. Didn't want to deal with potential of leather peeling.

Yes, the cup holders are large enough for a soda can, with cooler insulator (I think). yes, the chrome on top of the holder does peel off.

Agreed not the biggest of recliners, but it's okay for me at 6ft 3. Also, the sleeper sofa came with an upgraded mattress. My granddaughters friend slept on it and said it was very comfortable.

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shadows4 wrote:

MrRetired821 wrote:

About a year ago we ordered the double wall hugger with console from REC PRO. Was easy to bring into 5th wheel and assemble. So far it's holding up well. The only issue I have is the cup holders are two small in diameter for my favorite coffee cup. Also the chrome looking finish on top of the cup holder is peeling off. They are not the biggest of recliners but are ok for me at 6'. Good luck.


Thanks Smokey. That is what we have been looking at. Are the cup holders large enough to hold a soda can in a cooler insulator? Also did you get cloth or leather? We are leaning toward the Mahogany leather.


We got the faux leather in the Mahogany color. No complaints about it yet. We are in the 5th wheel about 4-5 months out of year so it does get used. Yes the cup holder will hold a soda can or ML with a coozie. Ours have no power also.

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We bought a non powered loveseat with 2 reclining seating. It is a cloth upholstery and still looks good after 2 years of use. The recliners work in a fairly tight space. We didn’t have the space for a middle section with cup holders. We are pleased with the purchase and they were easy to install.


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also bought RecPro this summer. we like them very much

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