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post #1 of 4 Old 02-06-2014, 03:00 PM - Thread Starter
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Does anyone have an opinion on Coaster pavillion seats?
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I had a set a few years ago and I flipped them on Craigslist after a little over a year. They're nice budget seats, and the ratchet headrest is a nice feature, but two things: 1) I realized I wanted power seats because I got tired of kicking down the footrest when I wanted to get up, and 2) the bottom of the footrest hit me right in the Achilles tendon and drove me nuts. They're in a slight curved configuration, they connect together, and they seemed to be built fairly decent. I suggest going for power seats, however. FWIW, they're made in Malaysia.
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I'm running them in my front row. I've been very happy with them in relation to their cost. For the price you are not going to find much better quality wise. The adjustable head rest is a nice touch. I was worried about them not being powered, but once adjusted they stay put with no issues.

I'd buy them again if I was shopping for a seat at that price point.

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I had 4 of them for almost a year and they held up very well. I had no issues with the quality of the material being worn out and the cushions never sagged. The mechanical itself was very easy to use and didn't have any issues getting in or out of the seat(s). As the poster above said about the adjustable-headrest that was a nice touch and depending on seating angle it came in very handy and east to adjust when sitting in the chair.

I got mine from StarGate Cinema and they were excellent folks to deal with.
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