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LuxCraft 2' Adirondack Glider

$740.74
SKU 2APGDGB
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Watch the sunlight shift as the hours pass. You and your guests will love to glide, chat, and relax in this Adirondack chair designed by the Amish craftsmen of Holmes County, Ohio.

  • Long, relaxing gliding motion
  • Zero maintenance poly vinyl
  • Stainless steel hardware
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Requires assembly
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This smooth poly material is virtually indestructible and it’s exceptionally comfortable to sit on. Leave it outside all year, no need to cover or store this furniture. Rest easy against the curved, rounded back and settle into the sloping seat. Add a slide out cupholder for unmatched comfort and convenience!


Specifications

  • Width: 30"
  • Depth: 30"
  • Height: 43"
  • Seat Width: 23"
  • Seat Depth: 18"
  • Weight: 69 Lbs

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Warranty

  • LuxCraft Lifetime Warranty (residential)
  • LuxCraft 5-Year Warranty (commercial)

Customer Reviews

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G. Trommler of PA / Photo of 4 Gliders ordered and using in GA
Photo of the 4 Adirondack Gliders

Thank you. Already in use!

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Linda Warner
Gliders

They are so comfortable

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F.B.
Amish Yard LuxCraft 2' Adirondack Glider is awesome.

We ordered 2 of these Gliders. Some assembly was required, but it was no problem at all with the step by step instructions. Material quality is very good, and very durable. We have a Luxcraft Adirondack bench glider, that is about 9 years old, and with care, still looks new. These chairs will last us a lifetime. They are awesome and comfortable.

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Kristen Shubert

The product is great and the customer service is fantastic. My glider chairs have the look and feel I wanted.

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Patty Kumbera
High Quality Poky Furnitue

The craftsmanship of Amish Yard poly furniture product is high quality, which you can feel by touch and the glide of its mechanisms. Time will tell, but I’m confident it will last for decades.