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This Austin large leather recliner sofa offers the ultimate in comfort and relaxation. Settle in to the soft corrected grain leather and recline to find the perfect position to while away the hours.

With a foam and fibre mix in the plump back cushions and a foam and spring construction seat, you'll be fully supported, whether seated or reclined. Cushioned arms add an extra element of comfort to this stylish Austin recliner. PVC wood effect feet complete the look.

introductory half price now £349 will be £699
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kee66#1
are they any good any one got one?
MIB15#2
Seems like a really good price, but depends on the quality of the leather
lichi#3
anyone know what the leather sofas are like from tescos??? (_;)
GingerCharley#4
I got a leather sofa from Tesco few months ago, haven't used it yet as im currently decorating my new house, but was delivered in a few days and looks and feels great
GingerCharley#5
It may actually be the one on offer but mine is brown
Locko#6
Corrected-grain leather is any leather that has had an artificial grain applied to its surface. The hides used to create corrected leather do not meet the standards for use in creating vegetable-tanned or aniline leather. The imperfections are corrected or sanded off and an artificial grain impressed into the surface and dressed with stain or dyes. Most corrected-grain leather is used to make pigmented leather as the solid pigment helps hide the corrections or imperfections. Corrected grain leathers can mainly be bought as two finish types: semi-aniline and pigmented.
Locko#7
And better not forget "PVC wood effect feet complete the look".
lichi#8
Locko
Corrected-grain leather is any leather that has had an artificial grain applied to its surface. The hides used to create corrected leather do not meet the standards for use in creating vegetable-tanned or aniline leather. The imperfections are corrected or sanded off and an artificial grain impressed into the surface and dressed with stain or dyes. Most corrected-grain leather is used to make pigmented leather as the solid pigment helps hide the corrections or imperfections. Corrected grain leathers can mainly be bought as two finish types: semi-aniline and pigmented.

IS THAT A GOOD THING OR A BAD THING???? oO
manya6020#9
lichi
Locko
Corrected-grain leather is any leather that has had an artificial grain applied to its surface. The hides used to create corrected leather do not meet the standards for use in creating vegetable-tanned or aniline leather. The imperfections are corrected or sanded off and an artificial grain impressed into the surface and dressed with stain or dyes. Most corrected-grain leather is used to make pigmented leather as the solid pigment helps hide the corrections or imperfections. Corrected grain leathers can mainly be bought as two finish types: semi-aniline and pigmented.
IS THAT A GOOD THING OR A BAD THING???? oO

lol
Locko#10
lichi
Locko
Corrected-grain leather is any leather that has had an artificial grain applied to its surface. The hides used to create corrected leather do not meet the standards for use in creating vegetable-tanned or aniline leather. The imperfections are corrected or sanded off and an artificial grain impressed into the surface and dressed with stain or dyes. Most corrected-grain leather is used to make pigmented leather as the solid pigment helps hide the corrections or imperfections. Corrected grain leathers can mainly be bought as two finish types: semi-aniline and pigmented.

IS THAT A GOOD THING OR A BAD THING???? oO

It's a bad thing if you are expecting decent quality leather.

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