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These Mainstays Sand Dune Chaise Lounges are an exceptionally comfortable pair of patio lounges. They fit perfectly near any swimming pool or garden area. Constructed of sturdy steel, and finished with a flagstone powdercoat, these outdoor chaise lounges will last a long time. You can adjust the backrest of the double chaise lounge to suit your comfort needs or let it lay flat. Each Mainstays lounge requires a space of 3 by 7 feet. The height of the chair is less than 40 inches. This chaise lounge furniture is made with polyester fabric and includes a PVC coating that dries quickly. It is also stain-resistant. Assembly is required. See coordinating Sand Dune Collection pieces.
Mainstays Sand Dune Chaise Lounges:
- Set of two chaise lounges with arms
- Constructed of steel with a flagstone powdercoat finish
- Back adjusts to different positions or can lay flat
- Supports one person up to 250 lbs.
- Chair height: 39.37'' to 25.59''
- Chair width: 26.18''
- Recommended space for each chaise lounge: 3' x 7'
- Polyester with PVC coating
- Mildew- and stain-resistant; dries quickly
- UV treated
- Chaise lounge furniture model #KTS127W
- Assembly required
- Outdoor furniture will arrive in 1 box
- Shipping dimensions: 61.2"H x 26.6"L x 15"W. Shipping weight: 85 lbs
- Includes manufacturer's 1-year limited warranty
- For more information about this outdoor furniture, please call 1-877-539-7436
We love this set! They are comfortable loungers, which accommodate a 5'8" female and a 6'4" male! They were EASY to assemble and have been thoroughly enjoyed by us as well as numerous friends this season! The "set" is placed near our waterfront channel patio....see our pictures! We enjoy!cottagechicMI
Poor design means laying flat is painful
I bought these mainly because I wanted a chaise that would lay completely flat. Unfortunately, the design used actually raises the "back" portion of the chair about 1.5" above the bottom - making it uncomfortable at best when lay on your back - and virtually impossible to lay "face down".
Otherwise the chairs are decent. I can see that over time the "pinched" design of retaining the fabric is going to result in the fabric tearing away, but for now it's fine. In short - the heavier you are the shorter you should expect these to last (I am 6'3" / 220#)
Assembly was not hard - some of the alignment was a little off, but nothing that wasn't easily overcome with a slight amount of force. I don't foresee the caps and plugs provided staying in place for long as the chair ages, but at least they included. I did not need any tools beyond what was included. I had both chairs together 20 minutes or so.
I'd still recommend them for the price - but it's really sad to see that with just a little more effort in the engineering the design could have been such that the chairs lay COMPLETELY flat.MyPermanentNickname111
Decent enough for the money
Needed to replace two rickety old plastic chaise lounges, and these are fair to good. One of the legs didn't fully attach, as a welded section partially covered the hole that a bolt was supposed to go into (yikes). Also, getting the legs properly attached and aligned so that all feet on each of the legs were flush with the ground is unnecessarily difficult. That said, I'll bust out the drill and fix the partially-covered hole on my own versus dealing with a new leg being sent to me -- which smells like a hassle waiting to be had. Overall, good-looking, clean lines and far better/preferable to chaise lounges that require cushions which get funky and gross over time.Lo76
these chairs have a design flaw. when you try to lay them flat, there is a 2 inch step between the seat and the back. the tabs that hold the back should have been welded on the underside of the bar and not the top. You will not be able to lay flat on this chair.01camper
Surprised, this is amazing!
This is very sturdy. I feel very relaxed on it. It looks great. I listened to the negative and positive review and decided to get it anyway. So far I am happy. I only wished that the instruction had said start putting the arms in from the back instead of front. It was frustrating trying to set up the chair, because it was almost impossible to line up. Luckily we decided to do the opposite of what the instruction said. Having done that, it took about 20-25 to set up. Sorry, just set up getting pool ready so chair is in garage.Tara