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I am in WA as well, and am flying to Chicago in a few weeks to check out the showroom (and visit family). I will be getting 6 seats (not sure of exact config yet). Probably will be settling on the Hamilton, but didn't want to spend that kind of money without trying them first. I am also tall (6'4"), so the comfort/fit is most important to me.

After considering different brands and suppliers, I am glad I came across the HT Design thread on here. If they can withstand the firing line of questioning since 2014 from this group, it has to be a good product delivered with good customer service!
Great I think we just had somebody schedule appointment for 10/25 who lives in Washington. We look forward to meeting you.

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Hamilton Review

I wanted to leave some feedback on HTDesign chairs. I bought 8 Hamilton's for my home theater after reading so many posts here. It was a hard decision not being able to sit in the chairs. The reason I pulled the trigger was because Alan was great about answering every question I had and the entire process was very quick. Also, I have a lot of faith in the people of this forum. I've spent numerous hours researching and asking questions here. My projector, screen, paint on the screen, rises build out/calculations and many electronic accessories can be credited to this forum. The chairs were the latest addition and I couldn't be happier. I'm a 6'2/200lb guy and these chairs are really comfortable. Actually more than my Lazyboy recliner. The quality is top notch, from build to the leather. They are really heavy but were really easy to put together. Now we anxiously wait for movie night. If you are thinking of buying Hamiltons I'm more than willing to answer any questions about mine.

I've attached picture of the new chairs along with previous furniture setup. I went from 5 seats to 8 and the room design is much more cleaner because the theater chairs can sit closer to the wall and riser.
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I wanted to leave some feedback on HTDesign chairs. I bought 8 Hamilton's for my home theater after reading so many posts here. It was a hard decision not being able to sit in the chairs. The reason I pulled the trigger was because Alan was great about answering every question I had and the entire process was very quick. Also, I have a lot of faith in the people of this forum. I've spent numerous hours researching and asking questions here. My projector, screen, paint on the screen, rises build out/calculations and many electronic accessories can be credited to this forum. The chairs were the latest addition and I couldn't be happier. I'm a 6'2/200lb guy and these chairs are really comfortable. Actually more than my Lazyboy recliner. The quality is top notch, from build to the leather. They are really heavy but were really easy to put together. Now we anxiously wait for movie night. If you are thinking of buying Hamiltons I'm more than willing to answer any questions about mine.

I've attached picture of the new chairs along with previous furniture setup. I went from 5 seats to 8 and the room design is much more cleaner because the theater chairs can sit closer to the wall and riser.
The before after photos really do show how the room improved to look better and open space. Thanks for posting about your experience.

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Hamilton's

Really? Really?

Just got 3 Hamilton's delivered for my new theater/media room. So, I set the things up which maybe takes 20 minutes each. The things are wrapped perfectly (one of the boxes was literally falling off one of them but I inspected it before the delivery guy left and it was fine, perfect). So I'm playing with the thing, the power recline, USB port, the LED lighting and I'm thinking to myself "I'm sadly 300 lbs and I got these chairs for $780 a piece". I think to myself this is outrageous. Yes, an outrage!

How can a chair with all the amenities including power recline be so well made and comfortable? $780 each is almost like grand larceny. I almost feel like I held up HTMarket.

These are way better than the "Best Buy" chairs which have been thought of highly by many. I can't believe these aren't the number one selling theater seats in the U.S. Seriously, how they can make money on something like this is mind boggling. The design of this chair is nearly perfect and the bang for the buck is unreal. I am all ready dreading the day I'll need to replace these. What a chair.

In order to get an all leather chair with separate power controls for the feet and back you will have to pay at least double for that luxury. I'm telling you, if you are thinking about these chairs don't hesitate. I have been looking at theater chairs for, seriously, three years. The width of the seat, lighting, usb port, cup holders and power recline and the leather match make this an affordable top-notch chair. I am a huge guy and if I'm comfortable in this chair that means 90% of you will be as well.

Every once in awhile something turns out better than you had hoped and these Hamilton's were that for me. I am totally in shock on how nice these things are. I am not overdoing this review, these chairs are really that good.
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Really? Really?

Just got 3 Hamilton's delivered for my new theater/media room. So, I set the things up which maybe takes 20 minutes each. The things are wrapped perfectly (one of the boxes was literally falling off one of them but I inspected it before the delivery guy left and it was fine, perfect). So I'm playing with the thing, the power recline, USB port, the LED lighting and I'm thinking to myself "I'm sadly 300 lbs and I got these chairs for $780 a piece". I think to myself this is outrageous. Yes, an outrage!

How can a chair with all the amenities including power recline be so well made and comfortable? $780 each is almost like grand larceny. I almost feel like I held up HTMarket.

These are way better than the "Best Buy" chairs which have been thought of highly by many. I can't believe these aren't the number one selling theater seats in the U.S. Seriously, how they can make money on something like this is mind boggling. The design of this chair is nearly perfect and the bang for the buck is unreal. I am all ready dreading the day I'll need to replace these. What a chair.

In order to get an all leather chair with separate power controls for the feet and back you will have to pay at least double for that luxury. I'm telling you, if you are thinking about these chairs don't hesitate. I have been looking at theater chairs for, seriously, three years. The width of the seat, lighting, usb port, cup holders and power recline and the leather match make this an affordable top-notch chair. I am a huge guy and if I'm comfortable in this chair that means 90% of you will be as well.

Every once in awhile something turns out better than you had hoped and these Hamilton's were that for me. I am totally in shock on how nice these things are. I am not overdoing this review, these chairs are really that good.
Thanks for the nice write up. Post some photos when you get a chance.

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Oh Boy, Hopefully I won't have buyers remorse. I had really wanted the powered headrest and after researching for several months finally pulled the plug and ordered 4 Pembrokes last month. I do like the design and the size (especially the back height) of the Warwicks but the Power Headrest was more important to me. Kind of wish I had known about this new line a few weeks ago. Oh well just my luck.
Pembroke does have power headrest and it's actually larger chair than warwick with more storage space in arms as the arms are bigger and pembroke slightly wider seat. It has great reviews as well.

Both seats are great so you can't go wrong.

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Great I think we just had somebody schedule appointment for 10/25 who lives in Washington. We look forward to meeting you.

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Alan -

Yes, that is me. Looking forward to it!

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Yes, that is me. Looking forward to it!

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We will see you then. Thanks for making the appointment.

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Pembroke does have power headrest and it's actually larger chair than warwick with more storage space in arms as the arms are bigger and pembroke slightly wider seat. It has great reviews as well.

Both seats are great so you can't go wrong.

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Shout out to anyone in Central Florida that have Pembroke Chairs, would love opportunity to see them in person, Thanks!!
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Alan,

I am in the market for some HT chairs and I contemplating between HTmarket & Fusion. Since I live in the Chicagoland area, I thought to stop by your showroom and sit in the chairs. Do you have regular business hours or do I need to schedule an appointment? Also, what is your address?

I look forward to meeting you.

Have a great day!

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Alan,

Since I live in the Chicagoland area, I thought to stop by your showroom and sit in the chairs. Do you have regular business hours or do I need to schedule an appointment? Also, what is your address?

I look forward to meeting you.

Have a great day!

Ron.
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Just give us a call, our local number is 773-728-8140, address is on web site under customer service link on top, it's not a drop by retail store but appointments only in showroom, we are open mon-fri 9 to 5 and saturday 10am to 1pm. Call today, and Tom or TJ can help you set up appointment. We can give directions.

We have all the HT design seats here and a couple palliser ones. Where are you at in the area?

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Thanks Alan for you follow up

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Just give us a call, our local number is 773-728-8140, address is on web site under customer service link on top, it's not a drop by retail store but appointments only in showroom, we are open mon-fri 9 to 5 and saturday 10am to 1pm. Call today, and Tom or TJ can help you set up appointment. We can give directions.

We have all the HT design seats here and a couple palliser ones. Where are you at in the area?

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Alan,

I spoke with TJ and he was very helpful! I look forward to stopping by in the coming weeks.

Have a great day!

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Hey Alan,

I'm a couple weeks away from ordering 4 chairs, and am about 1/3 of the way through reading this entire thread. I'm hoping you have a suggestion for me. I need chairs which will be very comfortable whether reclined or not. I have a couple members of my family with back problems who often prefer not to recline or raise their feet, depending on how their back chooses to torture them that particular day. I read some comments in this thread, and I can pretty much see visually on some of the models that some chairs might be a bit uncomfortable when not reclining due to the headrest forcing you into an awkward forward angle in a fully upright position. (Coach domestic seats on American Airlines cause that problem for me)

Which of your chairs would you consider the most comfortable in a fully upright position? I realize this is primarily a thread for your in-house design, but if there is a Palliser or Jaymar model you consider superior in that respect (or any other brand/model you sell) I would be most interested.

Thanks much, and I've enjoyed watching your videos and reading through your thread.

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Hey Alan,

I'm a couple weeks away from ordering 4 chairs, and am about 1/3 of the way through reading this entire thread. I'm hoping you have a suggestion for me. I need chairs which will be very comfortable whether reclined or not. I have a couple members of my family with back problems who often prefer not to recline or raise their feet, depending on how their back chooses to torture them that particular day. I read some comments in this thread, and I can pretty much see visually on some of the models that some chairs might be a bit uncomfortable when not reclining due to the headrest forcing you into an awkward forward angle in a fully upright position. (Coach domestic seats on American Airlines cause that problem for me)

Which of your chairs would you consider the most comfortable in a fully upright position? I realize this is primarily a thread for your in-house design, but if there is a Palliser or Jaymar model you consider superior in that respect (or any other brand/model you sell) I would be most interested.

Thanks much, and I've enjoyed watching your videos and reading through your thread.

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All of our chairs are still comfortable when upright. None will force your head forward really. You should be aware though that some chairs we have sit higher than others meaning if your shorter in height your feet may not hit the floor if your upright. I would say the most universal chairs we have meaning they fit the most body types male and female would be warwick and southampton. Those seats sit a bit lower so that most everybody will touch the floor with there feet when upright. If your in Chicago area ever you can come sit in the seats. I would work backwards though in selection, meaning how large is the room? what is viewing distance to screen? how many seats do you want to put in? If we know your space we can narrow the selection down to a few then narrow down from there to the most comfortable for you and your family. You can always call our toll free for free advice.

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All of our chairs are still comfortable when upright. None will force your head forward really. You should be aware though that some chairs we have sit higher than others meaning if your shorter in height your feet may not hit the floor if your upright. I would say the most universal chairs we have meaning they fit the most body types male and female would be warwick and southampton. Those seats sit a bit lower so that most everybody will touch the floor with there feet when upright. If your in Chicago area ever you can come sit in the seats. I would work backwards though in selection, meaning how large is the room? what is viewing distance to screen? how many seats do you want to put in? If we know your space we can narrow the selection down to a few then narrow down from there to the most comfortable for you and your family. You can always call our toll free for free advice.

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I had not even been considering seat height, and every member of my family has short legs (even my 6'1" father wears 31" length pants). I have a client in suburban Chicago, but am not visiting them till December - and hope to have my room completed well before then or I would indeed take you up on the offer to schedule a visit.

I'll give you guys a call, as the whole seat height thing leads me to suspect there are other considerations I hadn't thought of.

Thanks much for your quick response,
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I had not even been considering seat height, and every member of my family has short legs (even my 6'1" father wears 31" length pants). I have a client in suburban Chicago, but am not visiting them till December - and hope to have my room completed well before then or I would indeed take you up on the offer to schedule a visit.

I'll give you guys a call, as the whole seat height thing leads me to suspect there are other considerations I hadn't thought of.

Thanks much for your quick response,
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No problem, most people recline in our seats so seat height not much of an issue for most people. I will say though with power recline you can put the recline in the most comfortable position so you can even just recline it a few inches off the floor. That makes it easy for people to get comfortable.

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Seating Dilemma

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I am almost complete with my HT build. I had purchased HT market seats about 7-8 years ago and loved them. Sold them when I moved, so am looking to purchase more. I had decided on the Hamilton's in a curved row of 3. I was told that configuration is out of stock till 1st or 2nd week of December. I was really trying to get these in before Thanksgiving as we are having both mine and my wife's family over. Anyway, I am torn on if I should just get the straight row of Hamilton's or go with curved row of South Hampton's or Pembrooke's. I am 6'4 and 230 so I loved the bigger Hamilton chairs. I wanted the curved setup because it had the wider armrests and outer seats would face a little in towards the middle of the screen. I also felt with my old chairs, the curved orientation allowed a better view from the 2nd elevated row as I have a full size couch there. I don't think I need the curved too much for viewing as I have a 150 inch screen and even a straight row would fit within the screens width for the most part. So, I am torn on what to do. Wondering if the South Hampton's are a noticeable drop in comfort from the Hamilton's? Are the Pembrooke's more comfortable than the South Hampton's and Hamilton's or is the motorized headrest the only difference? Thanks for any advice anyone can give.

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Alan, do you ship your chairs internationally? (europe).

Update: Never mind, found the answer (yes) on your site.

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Another endorsement for HTmarket. Alan and Thomas are the most responsive guys you will ever come across. They also go above an beyond in customer service.


Hesitant to make a big seating purchase like this site unseen, but I've read every page of this thread and was finally comfortable based on all the rave reviews. Received the Warwick seats in brown leather with loveseat packaged very well. I opted for the curbside delivery. I got 4 boxes (110 pounds each) down in my basement all by myself in les than 30 minutes. I was too excited to call over a buddy for help and I saved $279 on the white glove delivery.


Once out of the box, I had all 4 seats assembled in less than 10 minutes. It really is that easy.


I am impressed with the quality and the leather is top notch. Recline mechanism is smooth and the led lighting, cupholders and tray tables are all very functional and quality. For the price you pay and what you get, this set was a bargain.
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I am almost complete with my HT build. I had purchased HT market seats about 7-8 years ago and loved them. Sold them when I moved, so am looking to purchase more. I had decided on the Hamilton's in a curved row of 3. I was told that configuration is out of stock till 1st or 2nd week of December. I was really trying to get these in before Thanksgiving as we are having both mine and my wife's family over. Anyway, I am torn on if I should just get the straight row of Hamilton's or go with curved row of South Hampton's or Pembrooke's. I am 6'4 and 230 so I loved the bigger Hamilton chairs. I wanted the curved setup because it had the wider armrests and outer seats would face a little in towards the middle of the screen. I also felt with my old chairs, the curved orientation allowed a better view from the 2nd elevated row as I have a full size couch there. I don't think I need the curved too much for viewing as I have a 150 inch screen and even a straight row would fit within the screens width for the most part. So, I am torn on what to do. Wondering if the South Hampton's are a noticeable drop in comfort from the Hamilton's? Are the Pembrooke's more comfortable than the South Hampton's and Hamilton's or is the motorized headrest the only difference? Thanks for any advice anyone can give.

Chris
Chris for you I would stick with Hamilton's. They fit the bigger guys better. As for straight or curved? The arms are still pretty wide even in straight, your decision it all depends on your viewing angle you like. I would make your decision based on what you really want and wait it out if you want the curved. I know there is always pressure around holidays with family but you have to remember there visit will come and go and you'll want the best set up for the years to come.

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Alan, do you ship your chairs internationally? (europe).

Update: Never mind, found the answer (yes) on your site.
Our site says we ship internationally but we have a few exceptions and it's larger things like theater chairs. The only way we can get chairs to an international customer is through freight forwarder that you set up. We can get chairs to a few locations outside usa but not to Europe. You would have to arrange a freight forwarder in usa and then we ship there. We did have a recent customer use shopusa.com to do this.

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Chris for you I would stick with Hamilton's. They fit the bigger guys better. As for straight or curved? The arms are still pretty wide even in straight, your decision it all depends on your viewing angle you like. I would make your decision based on what you really want and wait it out if you want the curved. I know there is always pressure around holidays with family but you have to remember there visit will come and go and you'll want the best set up for the years to come.

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Thanks for the response Alan. Yeah, I have been leaning towards to just waiting on the curved Hamilton's to be in stock. Why make a decision based on one gathering.
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Thanks for the response Alan. Yeah, I have been leaning towards to just waiting on the curved Hamilton's to be in stock. Why make a decision based on one gathering.
Not a problem, I just noticed you did tell us to go with straight row. We will ship them this week. Thank for the business.

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Quick question for Alan or any recent Southampton owners. What color are the tray tables? Video and PDF spec sheet on website show woodgrain, but under features states black gloss. I assume it's the black gloss currently but used to be woodgrain and the video and spec sheet are older. Just want to clarify before I place an order tomorrow.
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Quick question for Alan or any recent Southampton owners. What color are the tray tables? Video and PDF spec sheet on website show woodgrain, but under features states black gloss. I assume it's the black gloss currently but used to be woodgrain and the video and spec sheet are older. Just want to clarify before I place an order tomorrow.
It's black gloss, our first version of the chair had wood grain tables now we use black gloss on most of our styles including the Southampton.

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Thanks Alan for the quick reply. Look forward to receiving the chairs. Just have to wait until tomorrow to place the order.
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Thanks Alan for the quick reply. Look forward to receiving the chairs. Just have to wait until tomorrow to place the order.
Sounds good, thanks for the support. We have them in stock.

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Another endorsement for HTmarket. Alan and Thomas are the most responsive guys you will ever come across. They also go above an beyond in customer service.


Hesitant to make a big seating purchase like this site unseen, but I've read every page of this thread and was finally comfortable based on all the rave reviews. Received the Warwick seats in brown leather with loveseat packaged very well. I opted for the curbside delivery. I got 4 boxes (110 pounds each) down in my basement all by myself in les than 30 minutes. I was too excited to call over a buddy for help and I saved $279 on the white glove delivery.


Once out of the box, I had all 4 seats assembled in less than 10 minutes. It really is that easy.


I am impressed with the quality and the leather is top notch. Recline mechanism is smooth and the led lighting, cupholders and tray tables are all very functional and quality. For the price you pay and what you get, this set was a bargain.
Thanks for the report on your room. The photos of the HT Design Warwick's look good.

Great suggestion on saving money on white glove if you have a friend to help.

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How long does it take typically to take delivery of Quick-Ship Chairs?
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How long does it take typically to take delivery of Quick-Ship Chairs?
If it's in stock, usually 2 to 3 business days from time of order not counting the day you order. Right now we are pretty good on stock on most styles, however holiday rush is coming and it would be best to order sooner versus later as we get many orders this time of year. You can always email your configuration to us and we can quote lead time, availability and pricing.

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