Fabric Power Reclining Sectional

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When it comes to L-shaped couches or sofa, the Fabric Power Reclining Sectional from Costco definitely takes the cake. It features end seats that recline, so you don't need an additional reclining chair in your living room or family room particularly if there's no more space for another piece of furniture. Not only that, but it has a pretty cool storage console for remote controls or tablets. It's sort of like the center console in between the driver and passenger seats in your car. That storage console always seems to come in handy for small items. And because we live in a world where we're always online 24/7, the Fabric Power Reclining Sectional even has a USB charging station to recharge all your devices: smartphones, tablets, etc. It kind of makes you wonder how we lived without all these features on our sofas and couches for so long. At the end of the day, you'll soon find out that the Fabric Reclining Sectional is as much comfortable to sit or lay in as it is technologically advanced.


Furnish your home with the comfortable Fabric Power Reclining Sectional
Furnish your home with the comfortable Fabric Power Reclining Sectional

Here are the specs:

Fabric Power Reclining Sectional Product Info

Costco Item#: 617592
Costco Price: $1199.99
Found at: Costco in Foster City, CA (1001 Metro Center Blvd.)
(price and availability may vary per Costco location)

Costco 617592 - Fabric Power Reclining Sectional - great for any home's living room or family room
Fabric Power Reclining Sectional - great for any home's living room or family room

Fabric Power Reclining Sectional - technologically advanced as it is comfortable
Fabric Power Reclining Sectional - technologically advanced as it is comfortable

Dimensions of the Fabric Power Reclining Sectional
Dimensions of the Fabric Power Reclining Sectional

Deal for the Fabric Reclining Sectional at Costco
Deal for the Fabric Reclining Sectional at Costco

Fabric Reclining Sectional

    Key Features:
  • Fabric upholstery
  • Easy clean microfiber
  • Power reclining end seats
  • Storage console
  • USB charging station in the console-UL listed component
  • Oversized seat width for comfort and space
  • Heavy duty mechanisms rated at up to 350 lb (158.8 kg)
  • Fully padded chaise on recliners for full leg support
  • 6 boxes

47 comments:

Unknown said...

Any idea who the manufacturer is and where it is made? Thnx.

Andrew Wetzig said...

It's made in China

Andrew Wetzig said...

It's made in China

Anonymous said...

Great puchase! We had been looking for a power reclining sectional, and couldn't find anything under 2k. Love the neutral color. Definitely recommend

ExecMemberMike said...

Hi @Andrew, thank you for indicating where the Fabric Power Reclining Sectional is made. It seems mostly everything is made in China these days.

ExecMemberMike said...

Hello @Anonymous, I'm glad that you're loving your Fabric Reclining Sectional. Costco definitely has some good deals on furniture. The same pieces of furniture found at other places can significantly be more expensive for sure.

Marcy said...

Can someone tell me the dimensions are?

Anonymous said...

Would like to know the dimensions myself.

Anonymous said...

Would love to know left and right dimensions as well as manufacturer, thanks in advance.

Anonymous said...

Manufacturer is Manwah Limited or Manwah Holding Group

http://www.manwahholdings.com/en/

ExecMemberMike said...

Thank you @Anonymous for clarifying the manufacturer for the Fabric Reclining Sectional. I'm sure many people will find this information very useful.

Unknown said...

how much space does it need from the wall to fully recline?

Erin said...

I just purchased this yesterday. It is sooo comfy. With two young kids and a cat and a dog, we didn't want to spend thousands on a set since it will be one used quite frequently. After furniture shopping for a month, I saw no difference in quality between this one and ones in furniture stores. And I know I even saw this model, or similar, in one of the stores. It went together super easy. Oh, and a heads up — aside from the corner piece, the seats are in pieces in the boxes, so you can definitely open them up and carry that way. It worked out to be much easier than carrying the boxes (at least for us).

For the dimensions, here is an image I took at the store: http://i1378.photobucket.com/albums/ah99/onebeanshy/2016-07-13%2016.33.02_zpsevml9qqg.jpg

Erin said...

Space from the wall - not much at all! I was actually surprised. And it really fully reclines. Almost flat. It's really comfortable. My best guess is about 3", but I was still able to put my hand between the wall and the chair. We have a very small living room, and this sectional fits.

ExecMemberMike said...

Hello @Erin, I'm glad to hear that you're loving your Fabric Reclining Sectional and thank you for providing the dimensions of this sectional. That is what is great about Costco, there are always many good deals particularly when it comes to furniture. The same piece of furniture found in other stores is significantly cheaper at Costco yet still comparable in quality. It's a good idea not to spend too much on a sectional with two young kids and pets, when an item from Costco is cheaper in comparison and will do the job. I should know. I have two young boys of my own (3 years and and 1 year old) and knowing them, they're bound to draw on something or spill juice somewhere. Anything in our house is fair game to them.

G said...

Can the individual pieces be rearranged, for example to place the two armless seats together so one side would be longer, or to leave out the cup holder unit?

Jared Von Tobel said...

Erin- how far away from the wall does the sectional need to be?

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Anonymous said...

Can the individual pieces be rearranged, for example to place the two armless seats together so one side would be longer, or to leave out the cup holder unit?

cerealtrader said...

Wondering the same thing.. Could recliners be put next to each other?

Anonymous said...

can the cup holder divider fit on either side?

Bryan said...

Every piece can be moved around - the 6 pieces connect together like legos. I just bought mine today.

ExecMemberMike said...

Hello @Bryan, thank you for clarifying that the pieces for the Fabric Power Reclining Sectional can be rearranged. That's definitely a good thing since that way you can customize the configuration of the section to fit your living space accordingly.

Rachel Wilson said...

Does this sectional come with a scotch guard or some other protective coating on it?

ExecMemberMike said...

Hello @Rachel, I'm not aware that the Fabric Power Reclining Sectional comes with some sort of protective coating. I'm guessing that it doesn't. If it indeed doesn't, at least you can Scotch Guard it yourself in order to further protect it.

Joyseelun said...

How heavy were the boxes? We are planning to get it at our nearby Costco but trying to figure out pickup/loading etc

ExecMemberMike said...

Hello @Joyseelun, I'm not sure how much each of the boxes weigh, but I think Costco can give you a hand when loading your vehicle. Furniture can indeed be quite large and bulky and surely they can't expect everyone to lug it from the warehouse to their car all by themselves. I've had other readers comment on how they were able to get someone from Costco to physically help them when buying furniture in general. You can take a look here. Just scroll down to the comments section. I hope this helps!

Joyseelun said...

Thank you. that definitely did help! we just ours today! :)

ExecMemberMike said...

Hi @Joyseelun, I'm glad to hear that you got the Fabric Power Reclining Sectional and that you were able to get it home ok. I hope that it lasts you and your family a very long time!

Anonymous said...

Anyone know where else I might be able to buy this? My local Costco does not have them. What brand is it?

ExecMemberMike said...

Hi @Anonymous, your best bet is to check other nearby Costcos to see if they have this sectional in stock. Hopefully there are more than just one Costco warehouse in your vicinity. Ya it's kind of weird that the Fabric Reclining Sectional doesn't have a brand. The box just has a generic name to it. One of our readers did comment above that the manufacturer is Manwah Limited or Manwah Holding Group. I hope this helps.

Limited To Infinity said...

Check with your local Costco, they can check at other Costco locations in the area. My local also ran out, but they were able to check with the depot and saw that they had over 100 there, so I just had to be patient and wait for my local store to get their order. I'm totally happy with finally getting mine!

ExecMemberMike said...

Thank you for sharing your experience getting the Fabric Reclining Sectional from Costco, @Limited To Infinity! I'm glad to hear that you and your family are loving your new sectional and hope that it'll last you a very long time!

Anonymous said...

We bought our 2 weeks ago, still love it.Any info on Scotch Guard of this piece?Manufacturer did not supply info on care for sectional other than box sayin easy cleaning.

ExecMemberMike said...

Hello @Anonymous, that's great that you're loving the Fabric Reclining Sectional that you recently got for your home. I'm assuming that no Scotch Guard was applied by the manufacturer. There's a lot of resources online (ie. Google, YouTube) on how to Scotch Guard a fabric couch that you could look at. I would check those out and read the directions on the bottle of Scotch Guard carefully. Also, if you do apply Scotch Guard on your sectional, try doing it on a small spot that is not in plain view first like in between the pieces or on the underside of the cushion just to make sure that it doesn't ruin the upholstery. I hope this helps and good luck!

Anonymous said...

does anyone know if the cup holder section may be purchased by itself? I would like to have a cup holder section next to each recliner.

thanks,

Unknown said...

My local Costco is out of supply. Can you order this?

ExecMemberMike said...

Hello @Unknown, I've never actually tried this, but you may want to visit the customer service desk at your local Costco and see whether the Fabric Reclining Sectional is in stock and available in other Costco locations. It's also possible that they can place an order for you. It's worth a shot if this sectional isn't available online on Costco's website.

ExecMemberMike said...

Hi @Anonymous, I don't think the cup holder section of the Fabric Reclining Sectional can be purchased separately. It'd be great if it can be though. That way people can customize their sectionals for their homes.

Erin Parsons said...

We just bought a home and would really love to have this sofa. Unfortunately, Costco said they no longer carry it. Does anyone know where we should look to find one for purchase??

ExecMemberMike said...

Hello @Erin, it would be very difficult to find the Fabric Power Reclining Sectional especially if Costco no longer carries it. That and the box doesn't even indicate a manufacturer, so locating one through another retailer or straight from the manufacturer would be quite tough. Try checking all the local Costcos in your area. Hopefully, a nearby Costco still has one last one available for you. I'm sure it'll look great in your new home if you do luck out. Good luck!

CrittendenWildcat said...

Saw this in Costco around the 4th of July, like it, went in to buy it near the end of July, out of stock and would not discount the floor model, said 2 more sets would arrive "soon." We called periodically to check to see if they came in. Called on a Tuesday, found out that 2 had arrived and 1 was already sold, so high-tailed it out to my local Costco and paid for the last packaged one, and they held it so we could pick it up the next day. So far, we've found it to be comfortable, well built, perfect for our decor, and well worth the money.

Why in the world would Costco feature this sectional in the Costco Connection magazine in June, then ship so few to store, and then stop carrying it?!?!?!

ExecMemberMike said...

Hi @CrittenWildcat, that's great that you were able to luck out on the Fabric Power Reclining Sectional at Costco. I'm glad to hear that it's super comfortable, and I hope it lasts you and your family a very long time. I'm not sure why this sectional would be advertised in the June Costco Connection magazine and have so few in stock. It's apparent that the Costco warehouse locations, costco.com website, and now the Costco Connection magazine just aren't all in sync with each other. I really wish they were.

CrittendenWildcat said...

Did a little research, look at the Flexsteel Delia, either this is a knockoff of that design or this is the Chinese manufacturer selling their spec'ed product unbranded to Costco.
Here's a link: http://www.flexsteel.com/product/delia-1458-sectp

ExecMemberMike said...

That's quite interesting @CrittendWildcat. It wouldn't surprise me if Costco was selling this same Flexsteel Delia as its Fabric Power Reclining Sectional. Manufacturers have been known to make certain products solely to be sold at Costco.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone have their warrenty card for the sofa? If so is there a number to call for a warrenty claim?
I called Costco and they didn't know. It's name is Man Wahl but I still don't find a warrenty number.

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