New fabrics give contemporary look to Cosi Chair range

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Electric Mobility has responded to market trends with two brand new fabrics for the Cosi Chair range to help dealer partners make the most of furniture sales in the approaching colder months.

The two debutant fabrics, Lille Cedar and Lille Charcoal, are now available on the Hamble and the Heddon riser recliners for next day delivery. The UK supplier describes the fabrics as chic, stylish and soft.

The contemporary colours replace the previous stocked fabrics of Sandbach Latte and Sandbach Natural, which are no longer available to order.

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The Hamble and Heddon chairs are designed to be good value-for-money pieces of furniture and have always been a dealer favourite because of their reliability, according to its manufacturer.

Electric Mobility hopes the updated fabrics will reflect the more contemporary look customers are after.

The neutral colours and muted fabric tones are versatile and designed to complement existing furniture in a variety of domestic or contract settings.

The chairs feature a one-year no quibble guarantee, plush, oversized waterfall cushions and padded arms and new for 2019, a supportive foam seat for extra comfort.

Showroom point-of-sale materials are designed to promote the newest additions in Electric Mobility’s riser recliner range.

Electric Mobility’s recent R&D strategy has seen it respond quickly to consumer trends, helping dealers to serve end-users the products they desire.

At the beginning of scooter season it launched two folding mobility scooters designed to help the industry’s retailers make the most of the fast-expanding market for equipment that customers can take on planes and trains.

The Rascal Smilie and Smilie Auto are the manufacturer’s first lithium-ion battery folding scooters and were launched following a considerable amount of time in the research and development stages, as well as discussions with dealers in the industry.

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