In 1949 a patent was issued for a kneeler design that made old-fashioned wooden kneelers obsolete. As with today's Atwood-Hamlin kneeler, the original Hamlin design featured sturdy, lightweight, metal construction with comfortable upholstered padding. After years of continuous use in churches throughout North America, Hamlin kneelers are still in service, thanks to flexible features like replaceable pads and legs. Over the years, these exclusive design features have been backed by Hamlin’s highest craftsmanship and materials.
Atwood-Hamlin kneelers stand up to years of use because the support frames are made of heavy gauge metal. Nylon bushings, rubber shock absorbers and newly designed integrated rubber foot pads combine to ensure silent operation.
The thick plywood kneeler base features specially formulated, non-crumbling Polyurethane foam padding, covered with wear resistant vinyl upholstery in your choice of colors.