After reading the reviews, I was so excited to order this couch. I waited 6 months, staring at the 4.5 star cumulative rave reviews daily. This couch finally arrived on my birthday and so I unwrapped it the day after. Mind you, I make about $$ a year and living on a single income with just my husband, myself and my our 2 dogs. I'm a project manager at a large telecom company, not exactly wall street material. I'm the girll who would never get out of PJs if at all possible. I've lived in the ghetto, I'm not exactly materialistic. I judge by a few criteria - color (non-issue), materials (quality, fabric, etc.), shape, comfort. To me, from the reviews and description this was a perfect couch... perfect fire engine red, microfiber because i have dogs, modular as hell, low profile, and everyone lied and said it was comfortable. THIS IS THE MOST HARD, UNCOMFORTABLE COUCH EVER.This thing is harder than a trucker at a peepshow. I put my futon in the rave cave, and I received another futon, except with saw horses between each seats with only one exception, the corner seat. I have an 130 lb senior citizen mastiff (hence low profile requirement), and he acquires whatever pillows or blankets are on the couch to lay on. It sucks that bad. I would gladly give overstock this couch back for store credit. Maybe even a little less than store credit. My husband worked on the line at Ford and has nerve issues, so we were hoping for something comfortable, but it's made his physical issues worse. Do what you want with the information I've provided you, but I seriously think the reviews for this couch were written by staff given incentives..
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? True to color
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. It arrived with 2 of the pleated buttons popped up so they aren't eligible for the $50 repair plan
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? The overstock description, accurate. The reviews, not so much.