View Full Version : add-a-seat

04-17-2009, 09:48 PM
whats everyones opinion on theses that own one ,and where is the cheapest place to buy one if somebody decided too,thanks

04-17-2009, 10:38 PM
Don't have this one. I use the stainless "legs" that makes a seat portable. I love it in my CC. No holes and I can move from side to side. Very stable. I have fallen asleep in mine at night.

04-18-2009, 07:23 AM
Here's the deal, if anyone wants to write up a review about the Add-a-Seat, I can provide discount coupons for $50 or $75 to you for any add-a-seat product. PM me for details.

Just trying to help.

Yadkin Guide
04-18-2009, 08:07 AM
I sell and use the Add-A-Seat. I am a fishing guide and have been for 15 years. When I first saw the Add-A-Seat I ordered one and have used it ever since. My clients love it because they can move it any way they want to. It also does not keep you out of rod lockers or storage areas because you just move them easily out of the way. You do not have to take it down while trailering because it is very secure. I loved it so much that I am now a distributor of this product. Check us out at Extreme Fishing Concepts (http://www.extremefishingconcepts.com) where I have them for $185 with no shipping. They are in stock for immediate shipment. BPS sells them for $169.95 without shipping and they do not stock the item. When you add it up I think I am about 50 cents higher than BPS but you will get it about 10 days quicker.

Yadkin Guide
Extreme Fishing Concepts (http://www.extremefishingconcepts.com)

04-18-2009, 08:33 AM
I wonder how they would work on a non skid boat deck with no carpet?

04-18-2009, 10:17 AM
i love my add a seat, its easy to use , and it keeps my 7 year old right beside me while we are fishing, and still have plenty of room to fish..its a great product...

04-18-2009, 12:28 PM
Yadkin guide, What is the distance between the seat post at the widest point, and is it stable when you lean back in your seat?

04-18-2009, 06:45 PM
I love my add-a-seat. I use it when spider rigging off the front and for pulling cranks off the back. They are very stable and well built.

Yadkin Guide
04-18-2009, 07:30 PM
The Add-A-Seat is two arms that go into your present seat pedestal hole and have their own pedestal for your seat. From the center of the pedestal hole to the center of the arm's pedestal is 16 inches. Therefore if you put the seats apart as far as they would go it would be 32 inches from pedestal center to pedestal center or center of seat to center of seat. I am 6 feet tall and weigh 230 pounds and I feel very secure in them. I can lean back or whatever with a secure feeling. As far as a non-carpet floor, I don't see as it would be any problem at all. The only potential problem would be that it might want to rub the paint or finish off of bare aluminum. A little rubber on the bottom and some glue and that problem is corrected. If you have anymore questions, let's hear them. If you go with me in the morning you can see the Add-A-Seat in action.

Yadkin Guide

Cane Pole
04-18-2009, 08:15 PM
I got the addaseat. Grand son likes em. He got bored fishing and pushed them foward some so he could sleep on the aft deck. I haven't tried them out myself yet. My arms ain't long enough to reach the steer wheel from the back.

Good unit. I give it an A.

04-19-2009, 07:27 AM
Thanks for all the information. I made a double seat rig that I really like, I just can't get into my rod lockers, which is a pain. The add-a-seat looks like what I need.

04-19-2009, 02:16 PM
slab pm sent ,thanks