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Western Red CedarAdirondack Chair Quality Craftsmanship & Design With its form fitting seat, thick, Oversized Arm Paddles, finely contoured back support and rear stabilizer struts, our handcrafted Adirondack Chair offers the ultimate in design and comfort... Clear Western Red Cedar 7" wide Paddles Finely sanded finish Fully routed edges Zinc plated hardware Cushions not included Handcrafted for snug-fitting parts Illustrated instructions Pre-drilled holes Quality Guaranteed! 32 x 35 x 39 in 19 Pounds Ships Quickly!
Form Fitting Seat
Oversized Arm Paddles
Contoured Back Support
39 x 32 x 38
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25 of 25 found the following review helpful:
So so Cedar UPDATEMar 22, 2011
UPDATED 4/4/12: Since my review below a year and a bit has passed. Both chairs mentioned below are fine, except the Western Red Cedar by All Things Cedar suffered the brunt of my little brother's big butt. He's bigger than me. First time he sat in this chair, the big gorilla snapped the arm rest right off. We switch chairs and he got into the Kilmer Creek chair and it held up to him without a creak or moan. So, for what it's worth, I'd still go Amish on the Adirondack.
I bought TWO cedar Adirondack style chairs from here on Amazon. One was this one ( Western Red Cedar by All Things Cedar), and the other one was the Folding Cedar Adirondack Chair by Kilmer Creek (Amish crafted). Let's just say my respect for the Amish rose a few notches.
The Kilmer Creek chair came 70% assembled (just had to attached the back to the seat to the arms). This chair from All Things Cedar came completely disassembled. We had to piece together the entire chair, part by part by part. I'm not above such a project, but since I ordered the same kind of chair from two different companies (which both arrived on the same day) the comparison had to be made between them.
I had the Kilmer chair assembled in 15 minutes. It took me an hour (maybe a little more) to understand and assemble this one from All Things Cedar. And that is fine, because in the end it's a good chair. Just as comfortable as the Kilmer Creek chair.
The problem, besides the stress and time of assembly is that a couple of the pre-drilled holes ended up splitting the adjoining wood part. The 'stress' I mentioned was just that there were no guides or definite 'fits' when screwing one part to another. There were more than a few guesstimates made when committing to screwing in the screws. Where as on the Kilmer Creek chair, everything fit right into a non-guessing pattern.
And on top of it all, besides the fact the Kilmer Creek chair conveniently FOLDS (the All Things Cedar does not fold), the Kilmer Creek Chair was about $20 cheaper!
And the Kilmer Creek seat opening is actually a bit wider. I'm 6'3' and about 260 lbs. Sitting in the All Things Cedar chair I'm a bit 'contained' whereas in the Kilmer Creek chair, there is 'wiggle room' for my big butt.
Twenty dollars cheaper, more solid construction, and less stress and wiggle room with the Kilmer Creek chair. If I order another Adirondack chair, it will most certainly be from Kilmer Creek.
Again, this All Things Cedar chair is fine. Nothing wrong with it now that it's assembled. But why pay more, get stressed more and not have a folding option when you could with Kilmer Creek's item?
Anyway, both chairs smell great.
5 of 5 found the following review helpful:
Amazing Quality and ComfortableNov 15, 2010
By Jessica Gallagher
My husband and I ordered 4 of these chairs. They come ready for paint, stain or sealer or to be assembled as is. We chose to stain the chair (recommendation by the seller). Assembly as always is a bit of a pain but our electric screw driver saved us a lot of work! If you follow the instructions step by step and lay everything out in the order in which the instructions recommend the chair comes together great. The only draw back of the chair is that it is a bit smaller than we imagined. My husband is 6' 2" and he is almost too big for the chair. Overall, we are very pleased with our purchase and can't wait to enjoy the chairs outside around our fire pit this fall, winter and spring.
3 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Nice chair, nice price, lot of workApr 10, 2011
By Denis S.
I recently bought two of these chairs. Once together, they're quite nice and very comfortable. The price is excellent.
On the other side, don't fool yourself thinking assembly will be easy. There are nearly 30 pieces and not all are pre-drilled. If you aren't adept at working with wood or assembling many pieces from minimal instructions, I wouldn't suggest these. The manufacturer should pre-assemble the seat and back and that would make a lot of difference. In this case, no two boards are attached.
I do woodwork as a hobby and actual built one of these chairs from the basic pattern of these after assembling the purchased ones. I can tell you the cost of materials was nearly half the cost of the purchase and the cedar on the purchased ones is very nice. So these are a good value.
One final tip: If you finish them (I used a penetrating oil because I don't like gray cedar), finish the pieces pre-assembly. It will save you time and far better protect the pieces themselves.
2 of 2 found the following review helpful:
margaretSep 30, 2010
By margaret hajdarovic
While a bit overwhelmed having to put the chairs together...it turned out easy...the product is very well made and very comfortable! We did make a decision to shellac to protect them--I have 5 now sitting in front of our outdoor fireplace!
Fabulous chair - would order again without a thought!Aug 17, 2012
First off, my husband has stressed how easy this was for him to put together. ALL the parts were included (a rarity these days!). The directions were simple and well written/illustrated. He had it put together in well under 30 minutes. He said one of his easiest projects ever! We all love taking turns sitting in it. It is the perfect height and looks great on our front porch. I know we will be using and enjoying this chair for years to come. The width does have limitations, however (due to the arms), so larger individuals may not sit with as much comfort.
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