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Chromcraft Classic

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Chromcraft has 1" thick 4.0 density memory foam on top of the 3" base 1.8 density foam, whereas Douglas just has the 3" base foam

Chromcraft has premium soft caster wheels whereas Douglas has standard wheels.

Chromcraft chair fabrics are sourced from US mills and are customized, completely cut/sewn, upholstery, assembled in the USA. Douglas chairs are overseas parts but assembled in the USA

Yes, meets & complies with CA117-2013 & CPSC requirements for upholstery furniture flammability. It is bought in the USA and registered by CertiPUR-US

Yes, meets & complies with CA117-2013 & CPSC requirements for upholstery furniture flammability.

300 pounds

The mechanism tilt tension spring is set at 180 pounds. The range can be adjusted from 90 pounds to 300 pounds.

Cold roll steel at 2.2mm thick- equivalent to 13-14 gauge

ASH wood

Yes, and they are adjustable.

Tables use metal ball bearing cable-assisted metal slides. the leveling pins are metal with male and female fittings. Window sash locks are used to lock leaves into half tops. Inside edges of tables where the leveling pins are at have a long groove along the edge for gap contraction space.

CR uses the highest standard in industry with 1mm thick HPL (high pressure laminate) layered surface. It is pressed on high density particleboard or MDF with balance of laminate on bottom.

Laminate can stand heat to up to 300 degrees F. Not bullet proof but can withstand minor scratches from dishware. Once scratched with sharp utensil, it cannot be fixed.

When placing leaves in and out, but careful not to hit edges or metal levelers onto top surface of laminate which can chip edges.

Yes, meets all TSCA Title VI compliances

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