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Made of Insect and weather resistant white cedar Made from a renewable resource and byproduct of the log home industry It has curved Seat slats for greater comfort Made in USA Easy assembly
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Made of Insect and weather resistant white cedar . Made from a renewable resource and byproduct of the log home industry . It has curved seat slats for greater comfort . Made in USA . Easy assembly
This extremely sturdy cedar rocking chair invites you to grab a glass of iced tea and relax on your porch. It has an appealing design similar to popular Adirondack chairs and, with its wide seat, is more comfortable than your typical cedar chair. Plus, unlike other rockers, the rocking motion of this one is controlled: when your feet stop going, so does the chair. It takes about one hour to assemble with a screwdriver, hammer, and wrenches we also suggest sanding this piece, especially if you'll be wearing shorts on those hot summer days. If you're looking to beautify your porch or patio with a complete cedar furniture set, check out the matching Lakeland Mills cedar t te- -t te, glider, and log swing.
Customer reviewsOne of the best values on Amazon IMO
One of the best values on Amazon IMO. Took me a few hours or less to assemble it alone but I also glued all the assembly joints with wood glue and let it sit 24 hrs. to cure before using. I highly recommend doing this as the chair is rock solid and makes no creaking noises when rocking or sitting down. It will also likely last longer by doing so. Of course, it isn't perfect - it's rustic There are a few long splits in the wood which is to be expected for solid cedar and does no harm and it is a bit on the rough side but that is to be expected as well and just adds to it's charm. I planed sanded the top of the arms a bit flatter for a more comfortable surface and sanded down a few rough spots on the seat. I used a cordless impact driver for assembly but a drill/driver would work nearly as well. All in all no big deal to get done and I'm 65. Very comfortable with it's curved seat and the backrest is comfortable as well. Feels roomy and rocks well. For the money, which includes shipping, I think it's a rockin' deal