Spectra McKinley Leather Power Motion Sofa

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It was difficult to take a picture of this Spectra McKinley Leather Power Motion Sofa as someone was constantly sitting on it. I guess it was just too comfortable ;) It took us a few tries but we finally got a picture of it, as you can see below.

Spectra McKinley Leather Power Motion Sofa Costco

This sofa has two push button power recliners, one on each end, with infinite reclining positions. Other impressive features include:

- Top grain leather on all seating surfaces

- Fully padded frame

- High density foam cushions

- Sinuous spring suspension

- UL-listed Okin motor

- Dimensions: 86″ W x 39.5″ D x 40.25″ H

- Dimensions (reclined): 86″ W x 64.1″ D x 40.25″ H

The Spectra McKinley Leather Power Motion Sofa is priced at $899.99.

Item# is 678487.

There’s also a loveseat you can purchase to complete the set.

Inventory and pricing at your store may/will vary.

Spectra McKinley Leather Power Motion Sofa Costco

Spectra McKinley Leather Power Motion Sofa Costco

Spectra McKinley Leather Power Motion Sofa Costco

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  • David Loney

    Thanks for the info. Do you know if it is a “wall hugger”, i.e., can be placed up against the wall? If not, how much space do you need to leave from the wall to get the full recline.

    • Olli

      Hi,
      I’m not sure if this can be placed up against the wall. I assume it’ll need some space to recline (?). You need a width of 39.5″ to 64.1″ when fully extended.
      Regards,
      Olli

  • Tanmalhot

    I bought this last year and relocated to India where voltage has to be considered to use this power motion. Anyone know if the motor can run on 220-240 V or will it need a converter to get it into 110v?

    • aj

      hi how do you like these after having them a full year? any issues?

      • Tanmalhot

        I haven’t seen any issues though I started using this only 2 months back as this has been in storage after shipping. Haven’t tried recliner yet, need to put adapter and try power recliner as I think it won’t support more than 110v!!

  • aj

    Have you had any issues with the leather or the reclining mechanism?

    • Tanmalhot

      Finally, this worked as it allows 110-240V power DC without any need for converter.
      Recliner was smooth and working well.
      Surprisingly, they have given option to attach 9v battery for each recliner in case of power failure.

      Bad part was that I had to tilt this flat on its back and take out adpater in hand to remove screws and find out whether its compatible with power.
      If this piece of info was present on the box or on the label, it would have been a cake walk!!