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Uniflex Meridian Church Chair – Ratings & Reviews

Bottom Line:  The Meridian church chair from Uniflex is a quality and classy wood frame chair that is both comfortable and impressive. Pros:  Lifetime warranty, quality construction, uni-body construction, hideaway ganging device, mortise and tenon joint construction, domestically produced, and a plethora of accessory choices. Cons:  Lengthy production time of three months for most orders. The Uniflex Meridian chair is …

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Comfortek 661 Church Chair – Ratings & Reviews

Bottom Line:  The SS-661 church chair from Comfortek Seating is a great chair for multipurpose use and for churches on a tight budget. Pros:  Low cost, 25 year warranty on frame, lumbar support, t-nut assembly for strength, work around table and in worship environment. Cons:  Seat width is a modest 19″, appearance not as elegant as a dedicated worship chair. …

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Hercules Church Chair – Ratings & Reviews

Bottom Line:  If price is the most important factor then the Hercules chair is hard to beat; but there are better quality church chairs. Pros:  Inexpensive to ship, low cost, card pocket included. Cons:  Assembly required, wood screws used, poor lateral stability, flimsy appearance, 18.5″ seat (depending on model). There is no doubt that finding such a low-cost church chair …

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Comfortek 7701 Church Chair – Ratings & Reviews

Bottom Line:  The SS-7701 church chair from Comfortek Seating is a high quality chair at a low price. Pros:  Low cost, 25 year warranty on frame, lumbar support, t-nut assembly for strength. Cons:  All upgrades such as card pocket, book rack, etc. will cost additional money. Looking at, sitting on, and handling the Comfortek 7701 chair immediately produces confidence that …