October 12, 2011 by Rachel Cericola
Not all chairs are created equal. In fact, not all Fortuny chairs are created equal. Cineak just announced the “Luxury Edition” of its Fortuny theater chair, which promises an even more exclusive selection of materials and finishes.
Cineak says that they use the highest quality leathers, including Boxmark Imperial & Classic Country and Stolz Select & Servo. They also add in Alcantara, which is what you’d find in some of the higher-end automobile brands. That Alcantara is applied in the middle portion of the backrest and the seat, as well as inside the armrests.
Speaking of armrests, you can choose between custom-made Tiger Eye wood, Mapa or Walnut Burl veneer, or a high-gloss piano-black finish.
Both recliner and incliner versions of the Luxury Edition chair are available. Other standard options include dual motorized, independent control of the footrest and backrest; an articulating headrest; a motorized articulating headrest; integrated push-button control; and hand-cut foam cushioning with ergonomic lumbar support.
Customized options include D-BOX Motion (incliner only), Crowson Motion integrated tactile effect systems, custom dimensions, cupholders, an inlay table, battery-powered operation of motor systems, and more.
Each of the Luxury Edition chairs will be marked with a special product tag to identify the uniqueness of the product. Contact a Cineak dealer for information about customization and pricing.
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