Bell'O International Offers New Home Theater Seating 
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Written by AVRev.com   
Wednesday, 23 August 2006

Bell'O International, a designer and manufacturer of A/V furniture, provides the next wave of sophistication for your media room with the ultimate in home theater seating: the HTS-100. With a contemporary and highly stylized look, the HTS-100 puts the finishing, luxury touch on the home theater experience. Most notably, it adds functionality to chic form via its ability to interlock with other pieces in the Bell'O home theater furniture collection to create an entire home theater sofa.

The Bell'O HTS-100 chair is designed with the customer's viewing experience as the primary point of construction. The headrest is engineered to place the head at the optimal viewing position and provide the consumer with additional neck support. Created with the highest quality, hand-selected leather, the HTS-100 is supple to the touch, yet durable to withstand the normal wear and tear. Additionally, the chair comes equipped with a compact recline mechanism that requires only 3'' of space for a full recline, as well as stainless steel cup holders for full functionality.

To maximize comfort for the whole family, the HTS-100 offers buyers the option to connect to other Bell'O pieces to create a home theater sofa. Reclining and upright chairs, wedge connectors, and under-seat connectors are all available to achieve the look and feel of a mini movie theater in your home.

"Bell'O is constantly looking to enhance the experience of home theater," states Marc Sculler, President of Bell'O International. "The new, chic HTS-100 is the latest addition that provides consumers with the luxury of high style and comfort in one piece of furniture."

This reclining chair retails for $999.

Source: Press Release







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