Bass Pro Shops® Pro Qualifier™ High Back Boat Seat
WASTE OF MONEY
Purchased two of these two seasons ago. Used them about 20 times. The bases have too much flex in them and eventually broke. My old Wise seats look bad from years of use but at least they still work and have no flex. The thing I don't understand is that the plastic seat bottoms look almost identical to my old seats. Maybe the manufacturer changed and used inferior plastic? I am really disappointed spending DOUBLE the price of my cheaper Wise seats to have them break so quickly. They look really nice but what use is a broken seat! Because the bases look just like the Wise seats leads me to think the BPS seats are manufactured by Wise. I don't know what to do now. Maybe Tempress would be better?
November 7, 2014
I bought two of these seats for my 1996 Bass Tracker Panfish 16 that I just rebuilt. The seats are very comfortable but if you lean back in seat it flexes WAY to much. There is very little support for the seat back. These are awesome seats if you don't lean back at all but if you are the fisherman that likes to kick back and put his feet up this is not the seat for you.
October 11, 2014
Wright out of the box worth every penny even though you have to reinforce the base of it and put a little lock tight on the screws!! common sense!! To fix the seat go to a metal shop and get 1/4 inch aluminum plate THE SAME SIZE AS THE BASE OF THE SEAT a lot of times they will sell you a cut off or a scrap peace. I paid under $10.00 and they cut it for me!!
October 4, 2014
Don't Buy This
I was very excited to add these beatiful seats to my newly restored wood drift boat. Then I was extremely disappointed when one of them broke after only three days on the water and with relatively light fishing clients sitting in the seat. The bottom of the seat broke and the back came backward at a bad angle. Also, the screws started falling out before I'd even used it.
August 25, 2014