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[Costco] 3-seat Genuine Leather Sofa (Brown or Beige) $1000

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[Costco] 3-seat Genuine Leather Sofa (Brown or Beige) $1000

https://www.costco.ca/Cori-Top-Grain-Leather-Sofa.product.100468156.html

If you need a set, just buy two, simple!

Shipping and handling included, $1k is quite cheap for a brand new, genuine leather, 3-seater.

of course, if you went on kijiji, you could probably get a used one for $200, but come on.
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+1 beige would match the Rolla I have in the garage.
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The cushions are fixed in place. That foam is staying put. This is not high quality furniture - Costco is the only thing you need to know to confirm that.
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TomLafinsky wrote:
Jan 24th, 2019 1:49 pm
Always verify if each cushion has a zipper so you can change the foam when needed. If not than you know you are not dealing with high quality furniture.
unfortunately, the description says:
Fixed seat and back cushions so they always keep their shape
I spent over 2k on a leather sectional from a local furniture store (before I discovered RFD, of course), sold it for $1250 when I sold my house.

I think 1k for a brand new, genuine leather, 3-seater is a good price, especially if it's after shipping and handling.
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Glancealot wrote:
Jan 24th, 2019 1:55 pm
unfortunately, the description says:



I spent over 2k on a leather sectional from a local furniture store (before I discovered RFD, of course), sold it for $1250 when I sold my house.

I think 1k for a brand new, genuine leather, 3-seater is a good price, especially if it's after shipping and handling.
After the disaster of our last sectional, I'll be staying away from those. Wife had an odd attachment to it.
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I've ordered a leather sofa from costco before and it's been great, quality and made in canada.
Unlike some of the new natuzzi garbage you get from thebay that lasts 2 years made in china.

With this one it's cheaper since it's made from little chunks (on the side and back) and it's split,
but it's probably just fine, except they also don't list the manufacturer, assuming the cushions
are of high quality they should last a long time 5-10 years before they start sagging ...

Ours was similar to this one, if not the same, and I paid $2800 few years ago, made by Lind:
https://www.costco.ca/Sorrento-Grey-Top ... 41986.html
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Is it just me or the Brown color doesn't look Brown at all, in fact it gives a Greyish tinge to me.

But then again, could just be my monitor or my eyes :rolleyes:
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Make sure to ask your wives and/or girlfriends first
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TomLafinsky wrote:
Jan 24th, 2019 2:22 pm
I guess it depends on how long you wish to keep your furniture. Higher quality can last you a lifetime. All my sofas, loveseats, leather chairs have zippers. The oldest one is close to 40 years old and I paid $6K (that was almost 40 years ago!) and it is still like brand new. I do have to condition the leather every 5-8 years. I also make sure my furniture is never, ever directly exposed to the sun. There is a very good reason to get tinted windows in a car; to protect the leather!
Interesting you say that - a family friend got pulled over and got a $78 ticket earlier this week for having his front windows tinted. This was in Calgary
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Glancealot wrote:
Jan 24th, 2019 1:44 pm
https://www.costco.ca/Cori-Top-Grain-Le ... 68156.html

If you need a set, just buy two, simple!

Shipping and handling included, $1k is quite cheap for a brand new, genuine leather, 3-seater.

of course, if you went on kijiji, you could probably get a used one for $200, but come on.
FYI, this is not genuine leather. Genuine leather is a crap grade and wears away over time.
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Are you saying Genuine leather isn't leather?
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Jan 24th, 2019 3:33 pm
FYI, this is not genuine leather. Genuine leather is a crap grade and wears away over time.
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TomLafinsky wrote:
Jan 24th, 2019 2:22 pm
I guess it depends on how long you wish to keep your furniture. Higher quality can last you a lifetime. All my sofas, loveseats, leather chairs have zippers. The oldest one is close to 40 years old and I paid $6K (that was almost 40 years ago!) and it is still like brand new. I do have to condition the leather every 5-8 years. I also make sure my furniture is never, ever directly exposed to the sun. There is a very good reason to get tinted windows in a car; to protect the leather!
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If I spent the equivalent of $17,000 on a couch I would want it to last 40 years too.

In the 80s $6k was a lot of money

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