6321 Porter Rd #4

Sarasota, FL 34240




Elite Home Theater Seating offers a chair designed with ergonomics and Home Theater viewing in mind.  If you are looking for more than just an overstuffed chair and want true comfort, then look no further.

Call us today for Pricing, Design Analysis for Your Home or Office, and Installation.

Addictive to the Touch

Elite Home Theater Seating is available in the finest Valentino Leather, Silk Leather or CineSuede, you can be assured that only the highest grade materials are used.  The tannery uses selected raw materials to attain a very soft hand and drape. Once upholstered, the natural grain provides a unique appearance and richness. A protective finish combined with waxes gives the added durability and excellent color consistency, without sacrificing an incredibly soft touch.  Elite offers enough leather, suede, and fabric color choices to fit in any decor, even provide your own fabric.

German Engineered Motor

All of the Elite Theater Chairs come standard with Power, Motorized recline that is whisper quiet. Manual recline is available upon request.

Power recline offers a great advantage to manual recline because the chair can be precisely reclined to virtually any angle position. This allows the occupant to position themselves to their optimum comfort position and viewing angle.

A lifetime warranty is covered for the motor and it can easily be removed and replaced if necessary.

Industrial Strength Steel Recliner Mechanism

One of the most integral parts of a theater recliner is the recliner mechanism. All of the different parts of a theater recliner including the arms, seat back, seat cushion and foot rest are all attached to the recliner mechanism. Since it acts as a foundation and base, it must be designed and crafted to withstand a lifetime of use. Weighing over 60 pounds, and made of solid thick steel, it would be an understatement to call our industrial grade recliner mechanism “heavy duty”.

A good quality recliner mechanism can be spotted by having thick steel arms, reinforced steel bracing, and a smooth, silky reclining motion. A poorly designed mechanism on the other hand will have thin, weak arms and a rickety reclining motion.

Solid, One-Piece Frame

One of the most common flaws of any type of recliner is a poorly designed frame. This can be the difference between a recliner lasting 2 years or 50 years. The main problems associated with a poor frame design are shaky/flimsy arms, excessive squeakiness and accelerated breakdown. Usually the main cause of this is the use of low quality materials and construction methods.

The main part of a frame is the base. Being hollow and rectangular in shape, it looks similar to a picture frame. Most recliners are built with multiple pieces and are joint fitted. This is common but very poor method of building the base.

With years of constant shifting and bending of the frame, nails and joints can become loose which will result in shaky/flimsy arms and excessive squeakiness. So to prevent this, our base is a solid block of high quality, premium lumber that has been hollowed out and cut on our CNC machine. There are no joints, nails or glue to hold it together. It is a solid piece that will last a lifetime.

The total weight of a chair can provide many clues to its quality and construction. Fully assembled, our chairs are the heaviest on the market, weighing an average of 152 lbs as opposed to entry level seating that only weighs between 75 to 100 lbs.