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post #121 of 929 Old 02-20-2012, 05:39 PM
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They are the black. I'm 6'2". My legs do hang over by a few inches, but they are very comfortable and that does not effect the comfort level of the chairs. Hope that helps.

Perfect, we are similar in height, good to know. They look fantastic, congrats. I need this same configuration of 4, straight.
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Would love some pics and your impression of the bonded leather - still on the fence on which material to get. I'm cheap so if I can save a few bucks I will.

If you are undecided, ask Roman to send you some sample swatches of each material and color.

Feedback FWIW,

The real leather is thin, soft, has some texture/grain so it is not completely smooth. Low sheen / not shiney. Stress test with a pair of pointy scissors: sliced the top surface with some effort (not easily) and was near impossible to poke a hole through it. Cuts maintained their coloring throughout. No markings left when attempting to scratch it with finger nails or lightly with the scissors. Seemed to resist water fairly well. Took some effort to soak the leather and did not leave ugly marks or stains or warp after drying. Espresso brown is very dark and somewhat burgundy.

The bonded leather material is about twice as thick as the leather, soft, has light "goose bumps" and almost no sheen. Stress test with a pair of pointy scissors: sliced the top surface with some effort (not easily). Surprisingly, with the scissors it was easier to poke a hole through the material than the leather, even though the bonded was a thicker compilation of various material layers. Cuts can show some cloth/fiber. Backing material wet easily and held the water for some time. No apparent fabric issues after drying. Espresso brown is dark brown.

Both materials seem to be of equal visual and tactile appeal. There is the smell of leather and sitting on a more natural material vs. whether or not you care about having more plastics in your home and the higher possibility of absorbing those through direct contact. Our preference is likely the leather at a higher cost but less "Toxic Tommy's Theater" to think about. All these Fusions are made in China.

I have not ordered chairs yet, as I am working out the layout details for my small HT room.


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Thanks for your thoughts on the different coverings.
I am in the process of ordering a set from Roman as we speak and it reinforces my decision to go with the genuine leather w/ leather match over the bonded leather.

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I just ordered 3 of the escapes in black bonded leather with installed butt kickers. They should ship out tomorrow. I will post some pics when they arrive.

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I just ordered 3 of the escapes in black bonded leather with installed butt kickers. They should ship out tomorrow. I will post some pics when they arrive.

Dan,

If you can get me a picture of where they installed the buttkickers I would appreciate it.
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Dan,

If you can get me a picture of where they installed the buttkickers I would appreciate it.

I will post a few pictures next week. I decided to splurge and have them install the buttkickers, they also put isolation feet inplace of the regular feet on the chairs. It was 225 a chair. By the tiome i buy everything it is nearly as nuch as roman charges to install it. This way i know they are put in the perfect place. I have cheaper ones in my lane chairs that i installed myself and they are not nearly as good as other chairs i have sat in with the real buttkickers in them.

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I know i'm preaching to the choir here but I just received my shipment of 3 Fusion Lagoon's in leather today and couldn't be happier. They are soft to the touch, supportive, and just plain comfortable. They do not look 'shiny' at all. I am glad I went with leather though I do trust Roman that the bonded is great too but since I had never seen or touched a bonded compound, I just went with the known quantity instead.

Per usual Roman was incredible easy to work with and never steered me wrong at any point. Can't wait to order more chairs in the future when I graduate to a bigger home and hopefully bigger theater!!
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I have been reading these posts for a while to see what issues people are having with these chairs.

I was one of the first buyers of the Escape 1019's leather. Here's my review:

I have 3 curved pattern chairs set up in my living room. I probably spend about 5 hours a day in them. My 1 year old 40 lb. Boston terrier probably spends about 6 hours a day sleeping and bouncing all over them.

Pro's

Headrest: All I can say is Awesome
Cup holder controls/ Led: I prefer the blue led's not to bright and looks cool. Controls work consistently
Leather durability: Holding up great with a lot of abuse.
Cushions: Once again a lot of use with very little wear.

Con's

Only one: The back of my ankles lay right where the seat ends and makes it a little uncomfortable but by no means a big deal.

Summary: I love these chairs as well as everyone that sees them. I think my Boston has adopted them as his surrogate mother. If these last a few years I would defiantly buy them again.

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I have been reading these posts for a while to see what issues people are having with these chairs.

I was one of the first buyers of the Escape 1019's leather. Here's my review:

I have 3 curved pattern chairs set up in my living room. I probably spend about 5 hours a day in them. My 1 year old 40 lb. Boston terrier probably spends about 6 hours a day sleeping and bouncing all over them.

Pro's

Headrest: All I can say is Awesome
Cup holder controls/ Led: I prefer the blue led's not to bright and looks cool. Controls work consistently
Leather durability: Holding up great with a lot of abuse.
Cushions: Once again a lot of use with very little wear.

Con's

Only one: The back of my ankles lay right where the seat ends and makes it a little uncomfortable but by no means a big deal.

Summary: I love these chairs as well as everyone that sees them. I think my Boston has adopted them as his surrogate mother. If these last a few years I would defiantly buy them again.

Bill

Bill, how tall are you so we can get a perspective regarding the ankle hitting.
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answerme2,

You gotta have some long legs if your ankles reaching that far

I am 6' tall proportional guy, and I do not have such a problem...

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Still no pics of either the Lagoon or Escape in bonded leather? Really would like to see these to help me decide...
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Here are some pictures.

Each picture has a description of what cover the chairs are in.

I also have some HI-REZ picture. If you need to check them out contact me offline...

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Anyone put an order in for the Fusion Tributes? Thoughts? I like the styling and the manually adjustable headrest is appealing. For the money with the 5 year warranty thrown in, it doesn't put them that much more than the lagoons I was considering. My concern obviously is that they are a new line with no reviews yet.
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Anyone put an order in for the Fusion Tributes? Thoughts? I like the styling and the manually adjustable headrest is appealing. For the money with the 5 year warranty thrown in, it doesn't put them that much more than the lagoons I was considering. My concern obviously is that they are a new line with no reviews yet.

I spoke with Roman yesterday and was set to order the Lagoons, but he doesn't have them in the configuration I wanted. I am now seriously considering the Tributes, but I am with you on concerns nobody has them yet to give opinions. From what Roman was saying, they are quite a step up in comfort and function from the Lagoons, and even though I was already at the max $ I wanted to spend, I may take a leap of faith on these, number one reason being the adjustable headrest. Time will tell that the mechanism and the leather at the pivot point hold up with continuous use, I guess that's where the 5 yr warranty eases the concerns a bit.
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I spoke with Roman yesterday and was set to order the Lagoons, but he doesn't have them in the configuration I wanted. I am now seriously considering the Tributes, but I am with you on concerns nobody has them yet to give opinions. From what Roman was saying, they are quite a step up in comfort and function from the Lagoons, and even though I was already at the max $ I wanted to spend, I may take a leap of faith on these, number one reason being the adjustable headrest. Time will tell that the mechanism and the leather at the pivot point hold up with continuous use, I guess that's where the 5 yr warranty eases the concerns a bit.

Just ordered 4 seats, straight config, brown leather of the Tributes. Will report back once received. Same concerns laketrout but for the money i figure its worth it. Looking forward to the manual headrests.
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Just ordered 4 seats, straight config, brown leather of the Tributes. Will report back once received. Same concerns laketrout but for the money i figure its worth it. Looking forward to the manual headrests.

Sean,

I promise you - you will not regret it. I just came back from the warehouse. We put one of the Tribute-1015 recliners on the floor, and to my taste it is one of the most attractive recliners, and comfort wise along with the Escape-1019 is one the best ones out there...

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Just ordered 4 seats, straight config, brown leather of the Tributes. Will report back once received. Same concerns laketrout but for the money i figure its worth it. Looking forward to the manual headrests.

Are there any pictures of the Tributes? I am actually interested in this chair in Brown, so please post pics of yours when you get them.

Are these the same as the escape, less the cooled cupholders and powered headrest?

Also, does anybody have a gif or a vid of how the powered headrests on the Escapes work?

Thanks all!
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It is all available... Check your PM

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You need to delete some of the old messages - your PM box is full...

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You need to delete some of the old messages - your PM box is full...

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Visions are setup in the media room and we absolutely love them. We have two rows of brown bonded, 4 in the back and 3 in the front. The only regret I have with them is having to Cary them upstairs (mostly myself) and clean up all the trash from them. In other words, get the damn white glove!

I'll post pictures when I'm not on my iPad

Thanks again Roman!
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I got 3 of the escapes in black bonded leather delivered yesterday. I liked them so much i ordered another one today from Roman These 3 take up less room than my previous lane recliners so i can fit four across. My father also liked them and ordered one for his living room. My son also ordered one for his room to sit in while he plays video games. I was a little concerned about getting bonded leather. I have had quite a bit of real leather furniture. I was looking for a very durable material and this bonded leather looks great. Nice and soft but it looks and feels like very durable leather. I am sitting in them right now.The quality seems to be excellent. The power headrest is great, My father fell in love with it. I actually could not get him to leave this afternoon. He did not want to get out of the chairs.
I will post some pictures when i get the 4th chair next week. I know some people have commented on the lighted controls on the cup holders being distracting. My theater is a bat cave if i want it to be and i did not find them at all distracting. I actually like the blue glow from the cupholders. The buttkickers they installed are a huge upgrade form the aura shakers i had in my lanes. With the aura shakers i could feel the shake in the seat. With the buttkickers the whole chair shakes. Nice improvement.

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I got 3 of the escapes in black bonded leather delivered yesterday. I liked them so much i ordered another one today from Roman These 3 take up less room than my previous lane recliners so i can fit four across. My father also liked them and ordered one for his living room. My son also ordered one for his room to sit in while he plays video games. I was a little concerned about getting bonded leather. I have had quite a bit of real leather furniture. I was looking for a very durable material and this bonded leather looks great. Nice and soft but it looks and feels like very durable leather. I am sitting in them right now.The quality seems to be excellent. The power headrest is great, My father fell in love with it. I actually could not get him to leave this afternoon. He did not want to get out of the chairs.
I will post some pictures when i get the 4th chair next week. I know some people have commented on the lighted controls on the cup holders being distracting. My theater is a bat cave if i want it to be and i did not find them at all distracting. I actually like the blue glow from the cupholders. The buttkickers they installed are a huge upgrade form the aura shakers i had in my lanes. With the aura shakers i could feel the shake in the seat. With the buttkickers the whole chair shakes. Nice improvement.

I have been eyeball'n these chairs for over a month now. Cant decide on what I want. So is it safe to say you have ZERO regrets about going with the bonded over regular leather? That is one decisions I have yet to make.

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No regrets about the bonded leather, my father was going to get the leather match until he saw the bonded leather. He really liked the look and feel of it.

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No regrets about the bonded leather, my father was going to get the leather match until he saw the bonded leather. He really liked the look and feel of it.

Awesome. Roman assured me the same, its good to hear it from the customer side as well. Thanks.
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I'm debating between a fusion escape or the headliner at best buy. Basically something with plush comfort that won't become a crater in a year...
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This is not a fair comparison. I believe you are comparing apples to oranges...

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Ok. Just received my four Tribute Chairs, Brown, Leather/Vinyl match. I pulled one out of the box because I could not contain myself. The other 3 are waiting until we get the new theater room carpeted before they are unboxed.

First 5-minute impressions:

The color is fantastic, love the brown. The leather feels very nice and good quality. They look absolutely fantastic in person. This chair definitely gives off the vibe of "classy" and has a nice touch of style. The stitching looks incredible.

Seating:
They are very comfortable, plenty of room in the seat, the arm-rests feel very nice and are quite wide for a space saving chair (I'm 6', 220lbs). They have a nice firmness when you sit in them, not too hard but you definitely feel they have good support. When they recline they are very smooth and quiet. I also VERY VERY MUCH enjoy the headrest cushioning. At first I could not figure out how the "manual headrests" worked, so I e-mailed Roman. After a couple back and forth e-mails, I realized my mistake. You actually pull on the top portion of the chair headrest and it actually bends. My error was that I was afraid I would break the chair but you definitely have to give them a little nudge and they bend quite a bit. When you get to the reclined position you want, you reach behind the headrest/back of chair for that matter and bend it forward and it will actually bend. The pivot point or where it bends is about 12" approx down from the top of the cushioning. (Should be able to tell from the pics). This will allow you to be fully reclined and prop your head up just like you had a pillow. The nice thing is that it will stay like this even if you have to move your head, unlike a pillow. My only concern might be how well the bending of the headrest holds up to every day use.

I like the tray tables although they are just plastic and feel a little cheap. I also notice that when you put the tray tables into the storage of the arms you need to make sure the top portion (wood grain side) is against the chair closest to your body, otherwise the door will not shut. The mechanism hits the table. NO biggie though.

The storage door arm is a bit anxious to pop up sometimes, especially when I was trying to carry the chair. They seem to lay down ok once you get the chair positioned.

The cup holders feel fine and look nice.

Again, I can't say how nice it is to be fully reclined and have your head perfectly positioned to watch the screen. My only concern is that I will probably be falling asleep in these things.

Feel free to PM me if you have more questions and once I get them fully setup in the theater room, I plan to give some feedback once I get to using them. I would not hesitate to recommend these.
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