Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 15
Rated 4 out of 5 by Robboat Great looking seats. The color was a little darker in person than in the photos. The plastic bases went together pretty easy but they do rock a little once installed in the boat. The actual seating is comfortable. They recline easily and are comfortable to lay down and enjoy the sun on.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ttypemike Good seats for the money. Makes the boat look nice again.
Rated 4 out of 5 by april68 ease of install
These seats were very easy to install and are a great product for the value.
Rated 5 out of 5 by paly265 great price
seats were great bargain love the price
Rated 4 out of 5 by superdavetheman good quality,easy assembly,great price,early deliv
I installed both seats in about 1 hour.they look factory and dressed up our glasstron nicely!
Rated 2 out of 5 by MichRN way too small
We purchased two of these bucket seats to replace the old ones in our 21 foot sea ray. They are significantly smaller than the old seats with short depth in the seat and very straight backs. There is no way a regular or larger size adult would ride comfortably. They were also several inches shorter when folded out consequently so would not work for a bed either. We were really hopeful, but they have to go back.
Rated 2 out of 5 by granitebaylb cushion was good.....
Cushion was good, good condition what I wanted... however the "base" was broken and cracked upon delivery... good value in the cushions but be prepared to either how to wait for new base or build your own
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lynnie Nice
This seat is not tall. But I do love the pull out bench for more seating
Rated 5 out of 5 by QueenoftheNile Seats
Got 1 set, ordered 2, still have not received the other set, But super easy to install. I pulled out of the box, put together, and installed less than an hour.
Fit my 17' Stingray just fine!
Rated 5 out of 5 by Golfnfool great value
Easily assembled. Great value. Perfect.
Rated 4 out of 5 by oldfisher123 Ski Boat Lounge Seat
The colors where what I had expected ( Blue n Gray ) material is soft and seems to be durable. The base is plastic and once it was togeather seems to be sturdy.
It was quite easy to assemble the base with just a screwdriver.
Rated 4 out of 5 by JBStrider Back to Back Boat Seats
Well they sure look good and the price was right $150.00 each and no shipping to deliver them to my home in two days was all great! I mean how can you beat that??
They were easy to put together. Took about 5 minutes per seat. Installing them in the boat was easy as the base cross bars have holes for the mounting screws/lags but I did drill through the front and rear inside edges of the base so I could use 8 lag bolts to bolt them down instead of 4 just in the cross bars.
However, they are not real strong. I have not broken them yet but I think they will break as they seam flimsy compared to seats made with wood. I do weight 230 lbs so I am sure that's not helping. Wood does rot so if these last 3 or 4 years then maybe their just as good.
I believe the weakest part is the cross bars that hold the base to the floor and the seat to the base. These are made of plastic (their all plastic) and not very thick.
Here's what I mean by they may break .
With the boat at the pier, when stepping down from the pier to the boat I always step on the gunnel then the seat using it as a step. I felt something give but I could not find anything broken.
I guess if you weight under 200 lbs. they will be a great replacement seat. They will not rot that's for sure. I do not know if the vinyl colors will fade or not in the sun as I have only had them a few weeks.
Yes, I would buy them again at least for now I would say that.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Logan Great seats
These are a great value. well built.
Rated 3 out of 5 by BubbaEd Price should have told the story.
Needed to replace the seats in our boat. Ordered a pair of these bad boys. The seats themselves seem to be ok but the plastic bases were cracked. Walmart refunded part of the purchase price so that made up but then we had to rig up the bases so they would work. Here is crossing our fingers to at least make it through the boating season.