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post #211 of 853
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Originally Posted by outlikealight View Post


It is not difficult to move the configuration around. The biggest pain is if you have buttkickers, rewiring them is tedious but not difficult. These are very solid chairs but I can manage them myself. Although two people makes it very easy. I initially had the loveseat in the middle and then switched to two loveseats. We have liked that configuration the best so we have left it that way.

Thanks for the info!
post #212 of 853
So here is a dumb question... Do the chairs bolt to each other?
post #213 of 853
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Originally Posted by BroncoSport View Post

So here is a dumb question... Do the chairs bolt to each other?

Mine did not. They just sit snugly up against each other. No problems here.
post #214 of 853
^^

They dont "hook" together like most other HT seating??? Which model do you have?
post #215 of 853
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Originally Posted by BroncoSport View Post

So here is a dumb question... Do the chairs bolt to each other?

Not a dumb question because some do. These do not hook together. I have the Escapes.

They are heavy solid chairs and have not moved since I set them up.
post #216 of 853
Hmmm..well I guess that's why its easy to move the config around. I thought they would be bolted together also.

Have you experienced any gradual separation in the center of the loveseat where you have to push them back together occasionally?
post #217 of 853
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Originally Posted by Iusteve View Post

^^

They dont "hook" together like most other HT seating??? Which model do you have?

I don't any seats ....yet. But I am leaning towards the Lagoon1011's. I need a narrow foot print for my 2 rows of 3 and those seem to "fit the bill". I was just wondering if they bolt together or what keeps them from sliding apart.
post #218 of 853
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Originally Posted by buggdog View Post

Hmmm..well I guess that's why its easy to move the config around. I thought they would be bolted together also.

Have you experienced any gradual separation in the center of the loveseat where you have to push them back together occasionally?

Nope. No problems with separation.
post #219 of 853
You do not physically attach chairs one to another. There is no need for that. The chairs are quite heavy and will not move while reclining especially if you put them on the carpet. When you placing the chairs on the hardwood floor or tile, you can get some rubber pads and place them under the chair feet, or use long wire ties and connect the frames together under the chairs. It is rarely done since in most cases the chairs are placed on the carpet.
post #220 of 853
I ordered a set of 4 straight escapes in bonded black from Roman. I thought it may take some time coming to western Canada, but the chairs arrived in one week, including the holiday weekend. When I checked the tracking info I found out they actually arrived in Calgary on the thursday before the holiday weekend, but couldn't be delivered until the tuesday after. The chairs actually spent more time in a shipping depot in Calgary than on the trip from NJ...

On to unpacking and first impressions - all the boxes were in good shape, and each chair and back is wrapped in a thin foam and plastic. No damage anywhere, and the bonded leather is quite nice. The material is soft but feels durable, and looks good too. A bit of a glue/new car smell which is now fading after a few days being setup. Attaching the backs was easy, and they feel rock solid - no wiggle or play in the backs whatsoever. Plugged them in and all is well. Before even sitting in them I am impressed and happy with them thus far.

I am just under 6', and these chairs seem to fit me perfectly. My feet just scrape the ground, and are well supported by the footrest. My wife (5'9") also loves the size of the chairs. Back support is good, and the power headrests truly make the chairs amazing.
I would consider them a medium firmness, as I have sat in much firmer and softer. Recline mech. is smooth and quiet. I wouldn't mind if they went back a little further, but I doubt I would really ever sit like that anyways.


As per instructions from my wife, they are currently set up in a center loveseat config. ie lOllOOlOl. The double armrest isn't an issue, and I can change them around quickly and easily when we have company. The lights don't bother either of us, and the cooling cup holders are a nice bonus. Like others have said, the snack tables aren't very robust, but they work.

Roman was great to do business with, very quick to reply and always helpful.

Overall I am quite satisfied, and look forward to many hours spent in them. For the price paid, even with shipping and duty to Canada, I can't imagine finding a better theater seat.


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The chairs are moved back about a foot since I took the pics. Next up is (finally) painting the walls/ceiling, and finishing off the 4th sub (another dual opposed lms-r 15").

I'll post some hires pics later from the 'real' camera.
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post #221 of 853
Some late pics of my 4 straight row Tributes. Love them.
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post #222 of 853
So this morning I placed an order with Roman on 4 Fusion Escapes in black bonded leather! Can't wait. Do the Cooling cupholders work well?
post #223 of 853
The cup holders will maintain your drink in a cool state longer but don't get super cold. They are a fan with a heat sink attached to the metal bottom side of the cup holder. The sound you will hear is from the fan spinning.
They will basically slow down you drink from warming up (depending on what kind of cup or glass it is in).
post #224 of 853
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Originally Posted by CombatChuk View Post

So this morning I placed an order with Roman on 4 Fusion Escapes in black bonded leather! Can't wait. Do the Cooling cupholders work well?

I've got 4 Tribute straights in black leather/match on a truck somewhere heading my way. I can't wait!
post #225 of 853
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Originally Posted by FolsomEJ View Post

I've got 4 Tribute straights in black leather/match on a truck somewhere heading my way. I can't wait!

I can't wait either! I'm hoping I get lucky and get them Friday instead of Monday (scheduled date)
post #226 of 853
^ If Monday is your "scheduled date" you will more than likely not see them until Tuesday. The trucking company that delivered mine called "on" the scheduled date to setup delivery the following day. Reason being is they load their trucks overnight the night prior to delivery in most cases. Just a heads up thats all.
post #227 of 853
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Originally Posted by Iusteve View Post

^ If Monday is your "scheduled date" you will more than likely not see them until Tuesday. The trucking company that delivered mine called "on" the scheduled date to setup delivery the following day. Reason being is they load their trucks overnight the night prior to delivery in most cases. Just a heads up thats all.

Boooooooooo lol
post #228 of 853
Being Power do you have to plug each one in or can you plug them into each other and just plug in the last one???
post #229 of 853
Each chair has its own plug and needs to be plugged into its own outlet
post #230 of 853
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Originally Posted by Iusteve View Post

Each chair has its own plug and needs to be plugged into its own outlet

Thank you, I am surprised with the amount of folks that build sectionals that is the case. I am sure there is a reason behind it. So I am guessing everyone has to run a Power Strip under them?
post #231 of 853
Carnut12

The reason the chairs are not being daisy chained is because of the cost involved and UL certification. We are working in possibly doing so, but it turns out not to be as simple as one would like it to be. You can as you suggested use an extension cord with the powerstrip and drop it under one of the chairs. You will be able to plug all of the chairs there.
post #232 of 853
As Roman suggested a power strip is key but also keep in mind the chairs have rather long power cords which is quite convenient.
post #233 of 853
My Fusion Lagoon seats from Roman are out for delivery to me today. We won't have to sit on pillows anymore!
I haven't seen the product yet but I must say the buying experience with Roman has been exceptional. VERY responsive both before and after the sale. Highly recommend him as a supplier. Photos and impressions of the product to follow sometime this weekend on my Build Link below.

Well, unless I'm too busy watching a movie.
post #234 of 853
I think I'm going to go for the Fusion Lagoon 3 seater also.
post #235 of 853
The Lagoons arrived today. Lugged them upstairs and assembled them. They are awesome. Watched Avitar with Crown and Coke + Popcorn. REALLY nice seats. I'm very pleased with the construction, comfort and cost. I don't think there could be a better value out there.
post #236 of 853
Can anyone comment on the comfort of the headrest in the Fusion Escapes? In particular, when sitting up-right.

When reclined, the motorized headrest seems like it would be ideal for propping your head up to see the screen a bit better... but what about when sitting up-right? My wife is rather short, 5'3, and since we cannot test these in person she is concerned with the headrest (at least form photos).

The headrest on the Escapes looks like they bulge out a bit even when they are in their furthest back position. As we would be buying unseen in person, we are curious if this causes your head to stick forward a little bit when not reclined, as that seems like it would be uncomfortable.
post #237 of 853
Wife and I went to BB yesterday. She come out of the Magnolia area and says... go sit in those HT seats in there. So I do. She says "Can you believe how awful those are?" LOL. Thanks for spoiling her Roman.
post #238 of 853
Anyone pre-order the Jives yet????
post #239 of 853
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Originally Posted by FolsomEJ View Post

I've got 4 Tribute straights in black leather/match on a truck somewhere heading my way. I can't wait!

So, they are expected for delivery today. It feels like forever they have been in transit to get here. (4/19 shipped date...12 days).
post #240 of 853
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Originally Posted by FolsomEJ View Post

So, they are expected for delivery today. It feels like forever they have been in transit to get here. (4/19 shipped date...12 days).

Yeah I ordered on the 20th, and I'm now getting them delivered tomorrow morning (5/2).
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