- 商品尺寸: 66.7 x 88.9 x 91.4 cm
- 商品重量: 9.07 Kg
- 发货重量: 10.3 Kg
- ASIN: B003BKZ6KK
- 用户评分: 150 买家评级
Shine Company Westport Adirondack Chair 柑橘色 28.25W x 35D x 36H inches
- Made of high quality yellow Cedar wood known for its natural resistance to moisture, decay and insect damage
- Polyurethane paint protects against weather, heat and sunlight.
- Rust resistant hardware.
- Partial assembly required; instructions included
- Ideal for indoor or outdoor use.
- Max capacity: 250 pounds
- Available in 17 color options
- Made in China.
Made of high quality yellow Cedar wood known for its natural resistance to moisture, decay, and insect damage. Use of polyurethane paint for protection against weather, heat and sunlight. Rust resistant hardware. Assembles in approximately 25 minutes. seat and backrest are already pre-assembled. Assembly Required. 28.25 in. L x 35 in. W x 36 in. H (20 lbs.). This Chair features traditional, wide arm rests, curved seat, and high back support that makes the Adirondack Chair a pleasure to sit in.
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The seat and back were completely pre-assembled, with all construction being with screws - no nails or staples. The finish is very smooth and hard, and the assembled chair is very light.
Now, I admit that at just 204 pounds, I can hardly stress this chair to its limits, and it's large enough I sort of rattle around in it, but I'm sure it'll be fine for my largest friends. Both size and bolting are quite adequate. The use of plastic barrels in critical joints rather than depending on screwing into wood is a very good feature.
The only (very minor) criticism I have is that the assembly instructions (which were very clear - with drawings) have not been updated to reflect an improvement in design. There are 6 barrel joints rather than just 2 - but this is hardly difficult to figure out when you have 6 plastic barrels in hand and there are 6 holes for them.
Assembly took me about two hours - mostly because I spent 90 minutes removing, gluing, clamping, screwing, and then re-installing three of the "factory assembled slats" -- two on the back, one on the seat. Then I was able to assemble normally -- at which point I noticed another flaw I should have glued (and that's just the chair -- the stool required two crack repairs and additional screws so it didn't wobble).
Oh well, they were on sale, and they look nice from 20 feet away.
I know normally Amazon will take this kind of thing back, but a) these were purchased in the fall and not assembled until spring and b) Once I started the install I figured fixing them would be less of a hassle than dealing the with a manufacturer who's obviously in the business of making chairs as cheaply as possible.
At any rate, I expect two seasons, at the most, from this chair. I thought the Shine chairs would be a good option to replace (what I thought was a similar quality/comparable price point), 20-year old cedar adirondack chairs. Sure, that chair has required repairs over the years (refreshed hardware, the occasional slat replaced or glued, and refreshing of the finish every 5 years or so. I haven't minded doing that work because that's the price you pay for "outdoor wood." If I wanted no maintenance, I'd buy plastic chairs. So I wasn't expecting a lifetime of hassle free ownership from the Shine chairs. But I think it is fair to expect that they'll not require repairs straight from the factory, and that they'll be built with enough quality that you can reasonably expect to get a few years out of them -- and more if you're willing to put in some elbow grease over the years.