Spring systems are important to your club chair. They set the stage for how the seat cushion will be supported.
Quality of springs can vary and so can construction techniques. Knowing what to look for and what questions to ask will help you be assured of the quality of the reclining club chair you are considering.
The seat deck is the combination of the frame under the cushion, the springs, and the padding between the springs and the cushion. The seat decks of better made swivel club chairs will have one of three types of spring systems in it: sinuous, eight-way hand tied or drop-in springs. Most manufacturers usually install sinuous springs or drop-in springs because they easily connect to the frame and the seat deck. Both styles have a firm feeling when sat in, because of their limited movement of only up and down.
Sinuous springs are usually made with heavy-gauge steel springs, and form a continual "S" Drop-in springs are pre-assembled manufactured coil systems. They attempt to duplicate the effect of the eight-way hand tied variety. Though high quality, mass-produced springs are not ideal for custom-grade upholstered club chairs. For the utmost in quality, club chair seat decks should have eight-way hand tied springs.
Eight-way tied springs give the seat a full range of motion that conforms to each user. That is why high caliber leather club chairs are comfortable for nearly everyone. These springs move in eight ways: front to back, up, down, and on each diagonal. It is called hand-tied because the process must be done by hand. Time consuming as it is, it is worth it because the comfort given supersedes all other types of springs.
Many of the club chairs offered here at ClubChairs.com have eight-way hand tied springs. You will enjoy relaxing in these chairs using these high quality springs. Other chairs we offer also are quite comfortable, and you can find fantastic club chair seating in accordance with your budget.