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Turn back time with this simple highback glider. The back stands up straight and tall with a classic style and an elegant curve across the top.
Elegant, classic design
Virtually indestructible poly material
Stainless steel hardware
When you can’t get away for a weekend vacation but want to create some space and comfort in your own backyard, our Classic Glider Chair is the perfect way to keep things simple. An array of colors and clean lines pair well with any architectural style, completing your deck or patio in elegant fashion. Come on; sit a spell.
First off, there is more assembly required than may be obvious by looking at the picture. When you first pull out all of the plastic pieces and then dump out the bag packed with stainless hardware, you may feel dismay. But once you get started it actually goes pretty quickly. All of the holes line up (amazing) and it's all pretty logical once you see the first steps take shape. I built it solo but having a helper would be a plus for a few steps.
The chair is big and seems sturdy. It is comfortable and I don't think cushioning will be needed. The seat is wide and the back is fairly upright which I like. One thing to note. Even though the back is 42" high, the seat is also high to allow clearance for the glider portion. So if you are tall, then the back is not as high as you may like. I'm about 6'2" and the top of the back is about shoulder height. So no support for your head and neck if you are tall and need that in a chair.
But overall I'm very pleased with the quality and comfort. Time will tell if I feel the same once a few seasons pass!
Read the reviews before purchasing, so I was surprised that these were fairly easy to assemble for me! I'm not much of a handy man but put them both together rather quickly. They are comfortable, and I would highly recommend for the quality and price.
The glider rocker we ordered is wonderful. Very
pleased. Most comfortable. August 8, 2014
Great chair, very very comfortable. Love them
The phrase "some assembly required" is very misleading. The correct statement should be Significant Amount of Assembly Required.