Assembling the first one was a bit of a chore. It helps to get the chair semi-assembled and propped up. I’d suggest a drill too, but if you operate too fast it could split the material.
Very frustrated and regretting my purchase. This company prides itself on these chairs. What a joke. Displeased with quality.
The seat and back are now an awful, dull maroon color. Also the red is not red like toe color crayon. The problem is with fading.
Hours of fiddling with this seemingly innocuous adirondack chair. Now we have to disassemble to fit into a box (and purchase new boxes) for a ups drop off. Serwall will be hearing from me is less than ideal circumstances.
Holes too tight for screws and holes missing where they should be drilled. No predrilled holes. Instructions are faulty. Just look at the breaks in the attached pics.
All you need is an adjustable wrench/socket or pliers to hold 2 nuts. Assembly takes only about 5 minutes for each chair. Be aware of the multiple pinch points as i learned this the hard way.
The teak color is really pretty and the color has the appearance of going all the way through the plastic. The polywood material is great. Pricey but comfy. Sturdy and durable.
We have seven pieces of polywood outdoor furniture for over 12 years. We have always found polywood to be extremely good at backing up their warranty.
They look amazing and are great for lounging on the patio and sipping a drink. However, they are much more comfortable when i added a cushion.
Adirondack chairs in general get a little uncomfortable after a long sitting, so be aware of that when you are buying any brand. It is very comfortable, very good looking, and i expect it to be more durable than a similar wooden adironack chair. I'm 9... Read More
The instructions have no words, only pictures, and it takes an inordinate amount of effort to get these (heavy) chairs put together. There's no mention of needing a hammer to put the pins in to keep the chair from folding by itself.