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post #61 of 67 Old 05-04-2020, 09:36 AM
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Thank you for your feedback. I’️m hesitant to make a purchase online without ever having sat on the chairs. I don’️t want to be stuck with something that is uncomfortable.
I understand we were the same way and decided to take a weekend trip and try them out first [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/smile.gif[/IMG]

My wife and I find the seats very comfortable even for extended sittings. Typically we watch one or two movies but have done three with no issues. FWIW I am 6'-2" and about 200 my wife is 5'2" and yeah even i'm not dumb enough to publish that LOL
Exactly what make and model you have? Will you be willing to share a picture or two?
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Exactly what make and model you have? Will you be willing to share a picture or two?
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I ordered some Valencia Venice seats today. I was set to get some Pavillions but wanted the most comfortable chairs vs features/looks. They should be here in a week or so. Looking forward to trying them out!

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Been looking hard at these Valencia Tuscany home theater seats for over a year now and just pulled the trigger on a row of three today during their Mother Day sale. I thought the price of $2,924.99 w/ free shipping was very fair given the quality of everything I have read to date. I will post up a review of these and pictures when they arrive.

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Congratulations on your purchases. Keep me posted and let me know what you think of the quality and value. Pictures will be appreciated. Best of Luck!
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Got mine today, setup and installed. They are really well made it seems. I think my only real gripe is, when they are reclined all the way back, their is too big of a gap between the seat and back. I can easily fit a closed fist on there.

That being said, I will never watch movies totally reclined but it's a weird design choice. As far as I can tell, that's the same on all models since my friend just got his Tuscany's and it's the same thing. Not a deal breaker but weird.

They are very comfortable, a little stiff at first but I know they will break in and if they are this comfortable now, they are going to be awesome in a month. The recline is very quiet and the lights on the bottom could be seen from space lol they are easy enough to unhook so you can just have the cup holder lights on though.

Now I'm just trying to figure out the best way to attach my buttkicker LFEs... I'm thinking front to back 2 x 4 or 2 x 6, drill some holes for some bolts and mount closer to the dront. Not 100% sure yet though.

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Got mine today, setup and installed. They are really well made it seems. I think my only real gripe is, when they are reclined all the way back, their is too big of a gap between the seat and back. I can easily fit a closed fist on there.

That being said, I will never watch movies totally reclined but it's a weird design choice. As far as I can tell, that's the same on all models since my friend just got his Tuscany's and it's the same thing. Not a deal breaker but weird.

They are very comfortable, a little stiff at first but I know they will break in and if they are this comfortable now, they are going to be awesome in a month. The recline is very quiet and the lights on the bottom could be seen from space lol they are easy enough to unhook so you can just have the cup holder lights on though.

Now I'm just trying to figure out the best way to attach my buttkicker LFEs... I'm thinking front to back 2 x 4 or 2 x 6, drill some holes for some bolts and mount closer to the dront. Not 100% sure yet though.
Thank you for the review. I was not aware that they do not have the mounting holes for buttkickers. The gap in between is also a concern. Does it give the proper back support? If you have a chance please post some pictures. Best of luck with them.
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