Customized Home Theater Seats Available At Home Theater Gear

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ID-10056690.jpgHome Theater Gear attempts to take some of the guesswork out of shopping for home theater seats online. By offering customers detailed information on the dimensions of each chair they hope to eliminate the need for customers to see a chair in person before purchase.

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With bonded leather, premium leather and manual or power recline, customers can now clearly see what products they want to buy at HomeTheaterGear.com.

Simpler choices are a key ingredient to such a complex purchase. "Most customers want to test out our chairs in person, however we reach out to buyers all over the US," says manager Mark Okelberry. "We made this change so that our customers could find and customize their chairs in the most intuitive and efficient way possible."

With detailed information on height, width, overall size and configurations, customers will feel as though they are at Home Theater Gear, physically sitting in their chairs. If you want to know whether or not your room will fit a certain amount of seats, Home Theater Gear's measurements will allow you to easily find the seats to fit your preferences.

Home Theater Gear says that it is important to offer what a customer wants, which is simplicity. Having an easier process for purchasing products will ultimately result in less confusion. Choosing between two options for leather and two options for colors is an uncomplicated process and customers can now focus more on the style and comfort levels they want, which are really the biggest factors when purchasing a home theater seat.

Wall hugger and ultra comfortable extra large seats are still available with luxury features and a wide variety of colors. To enhance the customers' experience, Home Theater Gear is offering to personalize chairs through their one-on-one chat feature or phone support.

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