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Anyone have Seatcraft seats?

post #1 of 18
Thread Starter 
I'm new here. I just started getting my media room ready. I am just about ready to get my chairs. I don't really want traditional theater chairs. I would like something that I can lay down on. I have a limited budget for the seating and I found this online. I have been searching around the forum and internet but I cant find any opinions on this brand.

http://www.theaterseat dot com/productselect.asp?categoryid=12&productid=85



Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.
post #2 of 18
Thread Starter 
Nobody?
post #3 of 18
Did you see any dimensions on there? They look nice...
post #4 of 18
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post #5 of 18
I wish they had a three built like the two without arm rests....

I don't have a lot of room in my front row at all.
post #6 of 18
Any update?

Did you go with the seatcraft brand? I my self am considering it.
post #7 of 18
Bumping to the top interested in this as well. Looks like it may be remarketed Coaster parts.
post #8 of 18
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Originally Posted by Savedsol View Post

Bumping to the top interested in this as well. Looks like it may be remarketed Coaster parts.

Thanks for bumping this. I don't have any info on the quality of the sofa, but its exactly what I'm looking for too. I wanted something sort of theater seating-like, with reclining capability, but also that one could lay down on. I was also looking for cloth rather than leather. I love the look of leather, but long hours on a leather chair can get sort of hot after awhile. This pretty meets everything I want. They even make it in the color I want (black). Now if I can only find it for a bit cheaper.

Edit to add that in a short bit of searching, I did find another seller with a lower price here, but looks like they only sell them in leather.
post #9 of 18
Sorry for bumping this old thread, but I was wondering if anyone knew of any good deals on the Vesta, or any comparable theater-type seats that owners can fold the arms up on and lay down on if they want.
post #10 of 18
I am bumping this because I too am wondering if anyone has any of these Seatcraft brand seats. I have been doing a lot of searching for more "budget" seats compared to the Palliser brand and what not, and came across the Seatcraft Venetian seats which i like the style of.

I don't see many reviews or anything online of these seats so I thought I'd just ask here if anyone in general has any experience with Seatcraft seats, and if so, how do they like them?

Thanks.
post #11 of 18
I saw both Seatcraft and the Palliser seats in person at a local store. From afar, Seatcraft looks nice. In fact, they look more like real furniture than other available models. However, upon close inspection, the manufacturing quality and attention to detail isn't there. And I pretty much discounted them after I saw the visible mechanical parts and the way the footrest looked when extended. I think I sat in one anyway but it didn't leave enough of an impression on me either way--at least not enough to be memorable. But if budget is your primary concern, perhaps they would be a good choice as they are significantly less expensive than your Palliser options.
post #12 of 18
I ended up getting some Berkline seats from Roman with his closeout deals. Hope to get them by Monday.
post #13 of 18
A quick picture from my phone. Ignore the purple couch. Eventually, we will get a matching set of loveseats like the ones in the front. I think they look awesome.

These just came in yesterday.

I purchased these from theaterseat online.
They are SeatCraft Executive Series Nemesis. All bonded leather...all power. You can pick material type and color for these. They are completely custom made here in the USA.


post #14 of 18
I'm resurrecting this old thread I found to ask if anyone has actually used the Seatcraft Turino. Actually, any thoughts on the Seatcraft Signature line would be good. The only places I can seem to find them are 4seating and TheaterSeat, both with no reviews. They appear to be fairly new. The design itself I think would be polarizing (I like them) but what I'm interested in is the comfort level. Seatcraft seems to not be used by many here because it's pretty hard to find reviews on any of their seats. I'm wondering if that's because they're of poor quality or just because they're not sold by either of the two dealers here (both of whom seem to be great, btw). Thoughts?
post #15 of 18
We like ours. They seem to be of good quality. I really like that they are custom made in the United States and you can choose your colors.
post #16 of 18

I recently bought a Seatcraft sofa and loveseat, the Innovator line and am pretty happy with them so far (only had them for about a month) so I haven't spent been able to spend much time in them yet. They are very comfortable, have power recline and power movable headrest that can tilt one's head forward when fully reclined to bring your head into a slightly more upright viewing position and drink holders, of course. Also, the sofa's middle seat back can fold down to expose a table which between the two outer seats and it includes two power outlets and two USB ports. 

 

here's a link: http://4seating.com/seatcraft-theater-seating/seatcraft-innovator-home-theater-seating.html

 

Good luck.

post #17 of 18

calrickster,

 

Hello! Hey I am new to the site and have been looking at the same sofa you bought.  I have been trying to locate a sofa that serves as both theater seat as well as sofa. I have been unable to find one on any show room floor in my area.  So I was hoping you could answer some of my questions regarding the sofa:

1.  I was curious if the sofa is comfortable to lie down on as in across all three seats like you would a traditional sofa?  I like to lie down at times across a sofa and fall asleep is the reason for my question.

2.  How comfortable is the sofa?  Is it a soft feel as in swallow you up or is it firm?

3.  Is there any other input you can provide?

 

Thanks for the information.

 

Twiles

post #18 of 18

Hi Twiles,

   I am barely 5'10 and fit across the three bottom cushions comfortably. My piece is still very new and not broken in at all. I also did not do as much research as I normally do (I usually take more time than a few weeks to find exactly what I want; that said, I did look at 4-5 stores near me for power reclining theater seating.) When I saw these with the adjusting headrest to "slightly push" one's head forward, I liked the idea instead of needing a pillow under my head.

 

1.  I was curious if the sofa is comfortable to lie down on as in across all three seats like you would a traditional sofa?  I like to lie down at times across a sofa and fall asleep is the reason for my question.

2.  How comfortable is the sofa?  Is it a soft feel as in swallow you up or is it firm? It is definitely more toward the firm side...I've kept the fold down table down mostly so the middle cushion hasn't really been sat on yet. It is nice and comfortable laying across the sofa but you'll need a pillow for sure as the armrests are firm. The recliner is definitely comfortable enough to fall asleep in and with a good pillow I believe laying out flat would yield the same result but this is not a soft, get swallowed up cushy piece, it's more of a really, comfortable, firm leather feel...again, I think it will get even more comfortable as it gets worked in a little.

 

3.  Is there any other input you can provide? I really like the fold down table with the power outlets.

 

Unsure where you live...I live in New Jersey and first saw it at Value City Furniture. I then looked for it online and found a similar chair in So. Florida at El Dorado Furniture; here's a link: http://www.eldoradofurniture.com/product/?pID=14385 I never called El Dorado but Value City could only get it in Black and I wanted the Dark Brown and so I ordered from http://www.****************/ which had the best price (I bought the sofa (with the convertible/fold down table and a (2-chair) loveseat.)

 

Lastly, I mentioned that I wish I had spent a little more time trying to find a store with different choices but I will be very happy with these for a long time!

 

I hope that helps; Good Luck!

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