Lazyboy - They Used To Make A Quality Product
Recliner chair - Complaint
I bought my Father's Lazyboy recliner in 1973. Thirty years later, in 2003, I let it go, and I'm so sorry that I did. Although it had springs breaking, and fabric separating, it was as good and solid and comfortable as it ever was. Because it had been such a good piece, I replaced it with another Lazyboy recliner.
It is the difference between night and day!
Ten years later this chair has a spring sticking out of the back of it, the fabric is completely worn through. The seat feels like sitting on a cardboard box. All of that super plush stuffing disintegrated, and now you can feel the wooden frame underneath. My best description of this Lazyboy chair......it's like a board with a rag thrown over it!
After suffering a broken arm, I purchased a powered Lazyboy recliner for my Mother, at a cost of $850!. Four years later, after replacing the operation button for $200., the chair squeaks and rattles, and is loose from the chasis, and the sales people says it cannot be fixed!
In my lifetime I will NEVER buy another Lazyboy chair. I am shopping right now for a reclining love seat, and I will choose any brand other than Lazyboy or their "cloak" company England, which is supposed to be better because it's made in the U.S. Tell us Lazyboy.....why isn't the original Lazyboy recliner made in the U.S.?? You can turn a much better profit by manufacturing garbage in Mexico and then selling it in the U.S. as "quality", at greatly inflated prices.
Lazyboy can burn in hell. Their company deserves to go under.