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Has anyone tried the HT Design Hamilton series? If so, what are your thoughts?
Below is something I posted yesterday in another thread that was directly asking about the Hamilton chairs. I have had 2 of these chairs for almost 3 months now.

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I bought two of the Hamilton style seats recently back in December, and I am 6'7" and 225 lbs, so I too had size/height concerns. The chairs are excellent quality, and so far after two and half months of use they appear to be durable and built for the long haul. The leather used is high quality. I honestly did not expect it to be that nice. I prefer a firmer chair with good support for my lower back, and while the chairs did soften up some over the first month, I have not really noticed any change since then, and they are firm enough for me with good support. Most of my height is in my long legs, so I was more concerned with my legs and feet hanging off the end when reclined and not having adequate support there, but this has not been a problem with the Hamiltons. With many chairs that I did sit in at local stores it was a problem for me. Ideally I could probably use another 1-2 inches of extension on the footrest when reclined, but I am happy with them as is. At 6'7" I am just not going to have everything in a chair be 100% perfect for my body type.

I have not had any issues with neck/head support, but if this is a major concern for you then you may want to look at chairs with an adjustable headrest. I have two older "Chandler" style HT chairs that I had bought from Bob's Discount furniture 2-3 years ago that do have adjustable headrests and it is probably the best aspect of that chair. However, the overall quality and comfort of those chairs are not in the same league as the Hamiltons. In fact, at some point in the not too distant future I will probably replace them with two more Hamilton chairs. My wife and kids also love the Hamiltons. The biggest issue on movie nights in my house is that nobody wants to sit in the older chairs now. Everyone wants the Hamilton chairs!
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Hi Guys,


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Your feedback will be highly appreciated. Am planning of buying Palliser Turbocharger Home theater seating 3 seated straight row, with power recliner. Just wondering of any advice, and type of material 100% leather? or bonded? which can last longer and cleanable. Hoping to hear from you. Thanks
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Your feedback will be highly appreciated. Am planning of buying Palliser Turbocharger Home theater seating 3 seated straight row, with power recliner. Just wondering of any advice, and type of material 100% leather? or bonded? which can last longer and cleanable. Hoping to hear from you. Thanks

Definitely get genuine leather, stay away from bonded leather.
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Your feedback will be highly appreciated. Am planning of buying Palliser Turbocharger Home theater seating 3 seated straight row, with power recliner. Just wondering of any advice, and type of material 100% leather? or bonded? which can last longer and cleanable. Hoping to hear from you. Thanks
Real leather is best but you can go leather match and save money. Leather match is leather on all areas your body touches. Power recline is a no brainer as it allows multiple recline positions.

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I would look at the star rocker it's in stock, ships right away, it has flip up arms also, it comes with hardware to bolt to the floor. The demo we show is an old style we had on a floor plate but you would just bolt into the riser. The star rockers come in a few different colors and it's first on on that page. Email with config and qty and I'll quote you.

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Are you referring to this?: http://www.htmarket.com/sthomothse.html
The website lists all dimensions for this chair except for depth. What is the depth with the seat down and seat up? Also, the site says recline depth of 5", does this mean 5" of clearance is needed behind the back, or something else. Thanks.
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Are you referring to this?: http://www.htmarket.com/sthomothse.html
The website lists all dimensions for this chair except for depth. What is the depth with the seat down and seat up? Also, the site says recline depth of 5", does this mean 5" of clearance is needed behind the back, or something else. Thanks.
Yes that's the star rocker, 31.5 inches depth, with seat up 22.84 inches. Yes it's 5 inches for the rocker mechanism, it really does not recline but rocks is a better way of putting it.


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Paget with real leather

I have spacing issues and a row of 4 pagets fit perfectly. However, it would be great to get real leather vs. bonded. Any chance that they will be offered that way in the future?
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I have spacing issues and a row of 4 pagets fit perfectly. However, it would be great to get real leather vs. bonded. Any chance that they will be offered that way in the future?
Maybe but not yet, right now we offer somerset in real leather and it's a spacesaver also. Perhaps you could fit somerset in with row of 4 loveseat, contact us with your dims and we can work with you on best configuration. We can also special order pagets in leather, it's about 90 day wait.

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Just got confirmation from the wife that my our four Southamptons have been delivered and are sitting in the garage waiting for me. Hard not to blow off the rest of the work day and get home to set them up! Can't wait to see them and try them out, maybe with a family movie night tonight. I'll try to get some photos of them and share as soon as I can.
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Just got confirmation from the wife that my our four Southamptons have been delivered and are sitting in the garage waiting for me. Hard not to blow off the rest of the work day and get home to set them up! Can't wait to see them and try them out, maybe with a family movie night tonight. I'll try to get some photos of them and share as soon as I can.
Great news, love to see them up here.

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Alan, just wanted to say, I got the 6 EastHamptons and they are so comfortable


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Alan, just wanted to say, I got the 6 EastHamptons and they are so comfortable


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I am glad you like them, post some photos when you have time.


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I am glad you like them, post some photos when you have time.


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Your seats look great. Do you guys actually mail the chairs in standard size packages, so that would take the cost of delivery down? Also do you guys deliver internationally? For example, London or Japan? Thanks.

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Your seats look great. Do you guys actually mail the chairs in standard size packages, so that would take the cost of delivery down? Also do you guys deliver internationally? For example, London or Japan? Thanks.
We can't mail chairs like small packages, the seats are packed in large boxes that go by freight and weigh about 100lbs each and measure about 4 feet tall by 3 feet wide and 3 feet deep, so it's a large box we ship, so we only ship USA and Canada on a ground basis, no air shipments. If you want you could check into a USA Freight forwarder to help you but it would be very high cost to ship to London or Japan. Contact us at our web site for more information.


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Below is something I posted yesterday in another thread that was directly asking about the Hamilton chairs. I have had 2 of these chairs for almost 3 months now.

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I bought two of the Hamilton style seats recently back in December, and I am 6'7" and 225 lbs, so I too had size/height concerns. The chairs are excellent quality, and so far after two and half months of use they appear to be durable and built for the long haul. The leather used is high quality. I honestly did not expect it to be that nice. I prefer a firmer chair with good support for my lower back, and while the chairs did soften up some over the first month, I have not really noticed any change since then, and they are firm enough for me with good support. Most of my height is in my long legs, so I was more concerned with my legs and feet hanging off the end when reclined and not having adequate support there, but this has not been a problem with the Hamiltons. With many chairs that I did sit in at local stores it was a problem for me. Ideally I could probably use another 1-2 inches of extension on the footrest when reclined, but I am happy with them as is. At 6'7" I am just not going to have everything in a chair be 100% perfect for my body type.

I have not had any issues with neck/head support, but if this is a major concern for you then you may want to look at chairs with an adjustable headrest. I have two older "Chandler" style HT chairs that I had bought from Bob's Discount furniture 2-3 years ago that do have adjustable headrests and it is probably the best aspect of that chair. However, the overall quality and comfort of those chairs are not in the same league as the Hamiltons. In fact, at some point in the not too distant future I will probably replace them with two more Hamilton chairs. My wife and kids also love the Hamiltons. The biggest issue on movie nights in my house is that nobody wants to sit in the older chairs now. Everyone wants the Hamilton chairs!
Thanks for the post on the Hamilton's, when you get a chance I would love to see some photos.

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Your seats look great. Do you guys actually mail the chairs in standard size packages, so that would take the cost of delivery down? Also do you guys deliver internationally? For example, London or Japan? Thanks.


Awesome thanks man. I mean I asked that because I want to install them in my HT, but another reason is to give you a business idea. I was actually just in southern Cali visiting my friends office chair and sofa business. My friend told me they save 70% in shipping costs just by designing a chair that can be put together easily but the pieces have to also fit into small standardized boxes that the UPS and FedExs of the world uses. Just a comment nothing more. Again very good looking products.


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Awesome thanks man. I mean I asked that because I want to install them in my HT, but another reason is to give you a business idea. I was actually just in southern Cali visiting my friends office chair and sofa business. My friend told me they save 70% in shipping costs just by designing a chair that can be put together easily but the pieces have to also fit into small standardized boxes that the UPS and FedExs of the world uses. Just a comment nothing more. Again very good looking products.

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It's been tried, as way of background I have been selling theater seating since year 2000 when I started HTmarket.com (our site up before google believe it or not), we were the first to sell theater seating online the bass line. In 2003 we became a palliser dealer and from about 2004 to about 2010 Palliser had a knock down theater seating product called "home theater in a box" and it was able to ship ups and fedex. The downside though was the stability and quality of the furniture was questionable at best and they went away from that concept to shipping assembled with bottom and back as a 2 piece assembly as we do with HT design. It could be done again but quality would not be as good as the 2 piece assembly in box. Interesting enough, during the time we sold that product it did not increase international business at all. The other interesting thing is that shipping cost was very similar ground to our current freight shipping costs, and it put the burden of assembling chairs on the customer. So in theory it sounds good, but in practicality it's not as good.

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I stand corrected. I never saw there web site until after I started HTmarket.com as our search referrals were coming from alta vista, yahoo, excite. I was talking more about when the actual search service went live which I was wrong on. I guess it was up there but none of my search referrals came from google back in the early days, must of been beta or top secret or did not catch on till early 2000's.

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Look what arrived yesterday! Shipping was so fast that they arrived before I even got a tracking number! They were packaged well, a breeze to put together, and VERY comfy. Love these seats and I'm glad I went with power recliners. I also really like that each seat includes a tray table and storage. The LED lighting and touch sensitive buttons are nifty. Thanks to Alan for the great customer service. I'm very happy with my purchase and will be buying another set in a few months.

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Question...the back seems like it's firmly in place, but it's not supposed to snap in is it? I think it's safe to say I installed it correctly being that it hasn't fallen off after reclining the chair multiple times

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What is the difference in leather between top grain leather and something like All Leather 4000 or All Leather 7000?
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Look what arrived yesterday! Shipping was so fast that they arrived before I even got a tracking number! They were packaged well, a breeze to put together, and VERY comfy. Love these seats and I'm glad I went with power recliners. I also really like that each seat includes a tray table and storage. The LED lighting and touch sensitive buttons are nifty. Thanks to Alan for the great customer service. I'm very happy with my purchase and will be buying another set in a few months.

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Question...the back seems like it's firmly in place, but it's not supposed to snap in is it? I think it's safe to say I installed it correctly being that it hasn't fallen off after reclining the chair multiple times
Thanks for posting. If you slid the backs on firmly that should of worked fine, you won't necessarily here any click when you put in, seats look good. Call us in a few months.

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What is the difference in leather between top grain leather and something like All Leather 4000 or All Leather 7000?
there is no standard for labeling or naming leather, so I can't really comment unless I know who the mfg of the leather is, the best way to compare leathers is to get samples from mfg. Top grain leather is the best part of the hide, all leather is does not describe a kind of leather just that the product is made of all leather might not be top grain but could be a split. There is lots of informaiton on the web on leather in general, but the best way to choose theater seats is to get samples. We have many seats in top grain leather and they are labelled as such.


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there is no standard for labeling or naming leather, so I can't really comment unless I know who the mfg of the leather is, the best way to compare leathers is to get samples from mfg. Top grain leather is the best part of the hide, all leather is does not describe a kind of leather just that the product is made of all leather might not be top grain but could be a split. There is lots of informaiton on the web on leather in general, but the best way to choose theater seats is to get samples. We have many seats in top grain leather and they are labelled as such.


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Do you know, for instance, what the difference is between your top grain leather and Octane's as they state it's very high quality but I've read from several people who said they were a little disappointed in the smoothness of their leather. Is your's similar to Palliser, for example?
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Do you know, for instance, what the difference is between your top grain leather and Octane's as they state it's very high quality but I've read from several people who said they were a little disappointed in the smoothness of their leather. Is your's similar to Palliser, for example?
I don't know there leather but ours is real smooth it's like Palliser grade 2000 classic, we chose a real good top grain leather, people comment on that the most. Email our web address and we can send samples free. You should get samples if you have time, if no time I can tell you our leather is real soft and smooth.


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Great looking chairs, no doubt!


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Got my new Southamptons in. Everything I expected. Chairs are awesome, great customer service and fast shipping.
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