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|Product Type: Chair||Primary Frame Material: Wicker/Rattan|
|Secondary Frame Material: Steel||Woven: Yes|
|Style: Contemporary||Powder Coated Finish: Yes|
|Weather Resistant: Yes||UV Resistant: Yes|
|Cushions Available: Yes||Cushions Included: No|
|Arms Included: Yes||Rocker: Yes|
|Commercial Use: No||Country of Manufacture: China|
|Assembly Required: Yes|
Katie from Ladera Ranch, CA– Verified Buyer
These chairs are very nice. The rocker part went on easily. They look great on my covered porch. As an added bonus, my 6'4 husband finds them comfortable!
Nice wicker rocker
Michele from Coarsegold, CA
Really fast delivery! Nice looking and nice feeling. Only problem is some marring of paint on the metal runners. Good for the price and free shipping.
Love my rocker!
Sharon from Baraboo, WI– Verified Buyer
This rocker is really nice looking and sturdy. Some of the metal paint on the rockers does come off though.
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icconeandrew from bear, DE– Verified Buyer
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Lisa Adams from Holt, Michigan– Verified Buyer
This is a nice chair, very comfortable. The only problem was putting the rockers on the bottom. The plugs the rockers screwed into were not fit properly and would fall all the way into the chair. I had to go buy something to fit better.
Debra from Clinton, SC
This rocker looks great and is very comfortable. It really accents my front porch.
Sue from Choudrant, LA– Verified Buyer
Wish I could have gotten white, but the chairs are comfortable with or without cushions. They are well built and sturdy
Bonnie from Belvidere, IL– Verified Buyer
Love the rocking chair. Beautiful soft color. Can't wait to use it.
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susan from st. petersburg, FL– Verified Buyer
They look beautiful, but they are made of steel and they rust. The rockers hold water terribly and they are made out of some cheap metal. I tried sealing where the rockers go in, but some how even on my porch I have to drain them. Uch! Uch!. I had to take the plastic off to much condensation. Rust all over the tile on my porch. Idon't even give them one star They are not pratical in Florida. My last wicker resin furniture lasted for 20 years. They had aluminum frames. I don't give these two years.
Great Addition To My Front Deck
Melodie from Eugene, OR
We live in an Over 55 Park where neighbors walk daily and visit on the way. It is really the Sociable Walk more than an Exercise Walk. These two rockers on my front porch afford them a place to sit out of the sun and visit. They are not too big, are really light weight, and quite comfortable with or without a cushion. I chose the dark brown and was not worried about it being too dark for the porch because the pretty light wicker shows plenty of daylight through the rockers.