Designed to provide homeowners with a combination of style and comfort, Seatcraft's Apex home theater seats enable users to comfortably watch their favorite video content.
Seatcraft says the Apex home theater seat features an independent power headrest, lumbar, and recline functions controlled by a new user interface, providing a choice of comfort options.
“We are extremely proud of the Seatcraft Apex and after months of design and development, are excited to reveal the chair,” states Rick Galvez, vice president of product design, Seatcraft.
“We only use the most premium materials and put a lot of thought into each design we produce, but the Apex elevates the home theater experience through our most luxurious design yet. We hope that our customers enjoy the plush relaxation and starling innovation found in the Apex as much as all of us here at Seatcraft do.”
Seatcraft Apex Seats Feature Hidden Storage
The Seatcraft Apex's power headrest adjusts with a push of a button into positions that reduce neck and shoulder strain. The power lumbar support is engineered to adjust evenly against users' lower back regions to reduce strain and provide higher levels of comfort for long hours, making it ideal for movie or TV watching.
The Apex seat also incorporates a USB charging port that can be used for any number of needs.
According to the California-based company, it also didn't ignore other design elements such as build quality.
Seatcraft says the seat employs the “finest quality leather used in theater seating,” and a crossed stitched diamond pattern that “sets the Apex apart in any room.”
The Apex seat also has the ability to be placed near a wall. Seatcraft emphasizes that integrators can place the seat as close as six inches from a wall without losing the ability to fully recline the product.
The seat includes in-arm storage that is hidden inside stitched padded armrests to provide space for remote controls, cables, and more. In addition, the Apex's arm accents feature sapphire LED glow that users can turn on and off from the user-interface panel.