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ChadA's Avatar ChadA
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Been thinking about pulling the trigger on the streamline (1017). I would love to hear some reviews from new owners.
We purchased and received 6 streamline chairs in black leather. We're still in the midst of our build, so I don't have a receive per se. However, I couldn't resist setting one up (I have a pic in my build thread). So far, so good -- I haven't watched any movies but I have taken a nap or two. :-)

I really liked the looks of the streamline over the other styles. I was torn between powered headrest vs. lumbar support. But ultimately the looks and higher WAF led me to choose the Streamlines.
captainsensible2002
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The Streamlines are AWESOME! I got mine at the beginning of December (row of 3 curved, in Bonded Leather) and I could not be happier with them - the finish of the bonded leather is superb, better than any other bonded leather finish I've seen elsewhere. They're damn comfortable, and the added extras like the USB ports, aluminum trays & lumbar support are fantastic. Assembly was really easy too, just slot the backs on, line them up and plug them in.

Roman was also a pleasure to deal with, plus delivery was great (probably made it easier that I was relatively local, as they were delivered on a Saturday by a guy in his Dodge Caravan - my wife and I were thinking there's no way they could fit in there but they did!).

Anyone who is considering the Streamlines should go for it - I was torn between them and the Escapes and I truly believe that I made the right choice.
bigjoexxl's Avatar bigjoexxl
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Thanks for the detailed review. I'm strongly considering. How tall are you captainsensible202?
captainsensible2002
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I'm only 5'7 but my stepson is 5'10 and he loves them too!
bigjoexxl's Avatar bigjoexxl
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I'm 6'5" ... I know most chairs won't fit my size so that's what I'm a little worried about.
Cryptic1911
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I have escapes, and my feet don't touch the floor.. I'm 5'10". The streamlines are probably similar in size I would guess
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I went over to the warehouse today to look at these chairs. They are indeed very nice. My space only really has room for the narrower Jive chairs. Unfortunately I sat in all of the different chair models, and while the Jives are nice, the escapes are REALLY nice.

I'm thinking maybe I could squeeze 2 escapes(configured as loveseat) and 2 jives into a row instead of 4 jives. Has anyone done this? I wonder how it would look, does anyone have pictures?
rsh's Avatar rsh
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I'm thinking maybe I could squeeze 2 escapes(configured as loveseat) and 2 jives into a row instead of 4 jives. Has anyone done this? I wonder how it would look, does anyone have pictures?
It can definitely be done, but I am not sure it will look good. I had some customers who mixed and matched different style groups, but each of them was in its own row, and it looked fine, but putting the different style chairs in the same row will look odd. No one has done that yet. Not that anything wrong with it, and you may be the first?


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Any thought of coming out with a chair that has dimensions like the jive, but also includes a power headrest? For me that would be the ultimate.
Jeff in Canada's Avatar Jeff in Canada
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One of my chairs stopped working today after 18 months, but I've e-mailed Roman. I'm sure I'll go through the process others have of swapping components and I"ll get the correct one sent to me. Roman's reputation for service is amazing.

I'm glad I got the 5 year warranty on my chairs. I've only used them for 4 months of the 18 months I've had them since I had to redo my theater. (13 months) and spent a month in China.
rsh's Avatar rsh
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Jeff,

I found your email in my gmail trash box after reading your post here. Please in the future use sales@rtheaters.com email account, so I can get it right away.

Anyway, I have replied to your email.
BamaDave's Avatar BamaDave
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What does it mean when your controller lights blink and the functions don't operate?
rsh's Avatar rsh
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Dave,

Are you talking about the LEDs on the cup holder? It could be a faulty cup holder.

Contact me via email or phone, and I will help to diagnose the problem.
Jeff in Canada's Avatar Jeff in Canada
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Thanks Roman. I'll put a claim into the warranty company.
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Jeff,

You are welcome.
DrZaus's Avatar DrZaus
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Originally Posted by captainsensible2002 View Post
The Streamlines are AWESOME! I got mine at the beginning of December (row of 3 curved, in Bonded Leather) and I could not be happier with them - the finish of the bonded leather is superb, better than any other bonded leather finish I've seen elsewhere. They're damn comfortable, and the added extras like the USB ports, aluminum trays & lumbar support are fantastic. Assembly was really easy too, just slot the backs on, line them up and plug them in.

Roman was also a pleasure to deal with, plus delivery was great (probably made it easier that I was relatively local, as they were delivered on a Saturday by a guy in his Dodge Caravan - my wife and I were thinking there's no way they could fit in there but they did!).

Anyone who is considering the Streamlines should go for it - I was torn between them and the Escapes and I truly believe that I made the right choice.
How is the bonded leather comfort and strength vs the leather vinyl combo? I'm still comparing with other out there..
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Roman:

While out the other night, I met a friend of a friend who is in the middle of building his 2nd home theater. He is looking for at least a half dozen chairs for his HT. I told him all about my experience with you, your customer service, etc. I sent him links to your website, brochures, configurations, etc...and told him all about the Fusion Line. He's got a link to this thread as well for the sake of reading reviews and experiences. Hopefully he will reach out to you in the coming weeks, months...
rsh's Avatar rsh
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Hopefully he will reach out to you in the coming weeks, months...
Much appreciated...

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