Cedar Adirondack Chair with Ottoman, Model# CS-001KD-O
Adirondack Chair and Ottoman
This product was great value for the price. It was easy to assemble and I especially liked that it was unfinished cedar wood so that I can stain it. It also has a flat back which is easy to paint whereas other chairs have a curved one. The chair comes with the back and seat partially assembled. It is lightweight, yet sturdy. I will purchase more in the future. I wanted to try the ottoman with it. It is very comfortable to sit in with this addition.
August 13, 2012
Great for the value
Definitely not the $199 chairs sold elsewhere, but a fantastic buy for the value. They look great on the back deck.
January 16, 2012
Adirondack chairs with ottoman
Very delighted with these chairs. Ottoman is a little lightweight and flimsy so when I ordered the 2nd set of chairs I got the ones without the ottoman. The chairs are very comfortable. Also, very nice wood...stained very nicely.They were very easy to put together. The holes were lined-up very well.
June 6, 2011
comfortable and easy to assemble
This chair was easy to assemble. I bought one with the footstool and one without. One of the footstool pieces was cracked and the company was very good about sending me a replacement.
The chair is comfortable and attractive on my balcony. The only thing is because the wood is unfinished, it may not weather well and/or may need to be sprayed with a protective finishing coat.
Overall, a good product.
March 14, 2011
a little on the fragile side.
I really like the chair design and its very comfortable. It could have been built a little sturdier though. A heavier guage of cedar would have been better. I would not recommend for someone too much over 200 lbs. I did like the fact that it took a stain nice and I could pick my own color. I bought two chairs twio of the matching tables. They really look nice on the front porch.
September 2, 2010
Cedar Adirondack Chair
Easy to assemble and stain. Very comfortable. These chairs are ideal for a covered porch. We have 4 on our porch and they look great. The whole family can sit outside and enjoy the weather. A great classic look.
August 30, 2010
Built with good quality cedar and fasteners, the chair and ottoman look great and are easy to assemble. Some Watco oil and sealer and it gleams....
The chair has a design flaw:
The arm rest is joined to the frame by screws going up from below. Those screws only have about a thread & ½ hold in the relatively soft wood. NOT nearly enough. I moved the chair on my deck, using the arm rest, and the joint just parted. That is a 'factory' joint and not part of my assembly process.
I will through-bolt it, and accept the countersunk head in the otherwise finely grained cedar, but this should be a better piece of joinery.
Note: I liked it enough though to buy a second set!
August 28, 2010
Nice Chair for the money
This is a very nice chair for the money. Seems well made. We decided to stain ours and this added a lot to the look. Would recommend.
August 23, 2010
The Chairs are OK
I purchased two chairs and two more chairs with ottomans. I like the look of the chairs and they were very easy to put togehter. It did not take long at all to assemble all 4 of them. However, I do not like the fact that I got a chair with an arm rest that is two pieces of wood glued together. it is already cracking and it will undoubtedly break first. I hear the other chairs making noise as they are handled by the arm rests (being moved, or getting up out of the chair). I think they could have made them a little heavier duty to last longer. I will likely sure up the arm rests with an additional support underneath to keep them from breaking too easily. I also intend to treat them with Thompsons water seal to protect them from the weather a bit. Other than that, I like the chairs.
June 21, 2010
Cedar Adirondack Chair with Ottoman
Easy to assemble, cheaper than local stores, fasteners work loose after a week or so, tighten them up one last time after that. Pre-Sanded smooth, ready for finishing if so desired, good deal for the money.
June 2, 2010