Klaussner Outdoor adds cordless power motion seating

klaussner motion chairASHEBORO, N.C. – Klaussner Outdoor, a division of Klaussner Home Furnishings, is introducing a new concept that incorporates the functionality of power motion with a cordless power source into outdoor seating.

Over a year in development, the product is a collaborative effort by Klaussner Outdoor and its suppliers of reclining mechanisms and power actuator systems. Borrowing technology from medical and outdoor applications Klaussner Outdoor is excited to bring this innovative product to the outdoor market for the first time.

“Power motion is a natural for outdoors where it essentially lets you convert a chair into a chaise with the touch of a button,” said Gary McCray, president of Klaussner Outdoor.

The technology combines weather resistant motion mechanisms and a sealed power system driven by a rechargeable power pack.

“Given Klaussner’s knowledge of the motion business indoors and our relationships with suppliers in that category it was only natural for us to lead the way in bringing the comfort and convenience of power motion outdoors,” said McCray.

While Klaussner Outdoor unveiled this product in July at the Outdoor Preview Show in Chicago, it will be showing the complete line-up for the first time at the upcoming fall markets. The offering of sectionals, chairs and chaise lounges with this cordless power motion technology will debut at the Casual Market Chicago this week and at the High Point Market in October.

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