Review for Flexsteel Latitudes Crosstown Leather Sofas (2022)

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12 years ago


We like the flexsteel latitudes Crosstown leather sofa collection. But I wanted to do research in terms of this particular latitudes crosstown brand of flex steel if any one is used it and can provide some feed back on it, it would be very helpful.

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  • michelleann70_yahoo_com

    11 years ago

    I have this furniture love the look but DO NOT BUY THIS!!!!
    we purchased this furniture in Feb of 2010 by June of 2010 the recliner had worn down to the fabric. The leather spot is now as big as a grapefuit!!! I tried several times to get this taken care of but we bought it on a clearance still giving 1700 for the pair, furniture fair nor flexsteel will do anything. We were not home that much to enjoy the furniture as we love to fish and were gone every evening so as to why this feel apart it much be a defect!!!!!! Now the other cusion is doing the same thing. If you did buy this and are having the same problem please email me it is so unfair not just to me but anyone who has purchased this furniture and having the same problem!!! We must get something done!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • duncanm14_comcast_net

      11 years ago

      I too am interested in the Flexsteel Latitudes Crosstown reclining sofa and recliner and almost bought it today. Is anyone happy with their purchase?

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      11 years ago

      We have sold this unit tons of times and have had great success with it. Flexsteel like all other mfg are not without problems. Things happen. With that said it is very important that you trust the dealer you are buying from and make sure that they have great service after the sale should you have problems with the furniture.

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      9 years ago

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      9 years ago

      Thank you for this update, RJH1971. I wish that you had better luck with your leather group. But im sure their are many others that are having similar problems with Flexsteel.
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      Question I have is the additional warranty from a 3rd party?

    • RJH1971

      9 years ago

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    • Charles327

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