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Bradley White Slat Patio Rocking Chair

  • Quick and easy assembly
  • 6-month manufacturer warranty on the finish
  • 1-year manufacturer warranty on the construction
$99.00 /each

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With select grade solid hardwood and a white finish, the Bradley patio rocker makes an attractive addition to any front porch space or backyard. It features an oversized seat and arm rests for added comfort. With a weight limit of up to 250 lbs., this slat rocker offers sturdy support.

  • Solid select grade hardwood construction for long-lasting durability
  • Oversized, contoured seat and arm rests for comfort
  • Sturdy slatted back rest
  • Extended rocker runners for preventing tipping
  • 7-step finish process
  • Assembly required

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Is this chair pre-assembled?

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December 27, 2014
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No, these chairs require assembly using provided screws. It is quite simple.
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November 4, 2014
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Chair was not pre-assembled when purchased online; picked up in-store in a flat-box.
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The left and right sides are preassembled. You have to assemble the rest of the chair. If you read through the directions and take your time on the first chair, any other chair goes together easily. You need a rubber mallet to put some of the pieces into the assembly. Also a tee handle allen wrench will make it easier to tighten the screws, but the provided allen wrench will work. When putting the second Read More
The left and right sides are preassembled. You have to assemble the rest of the chair. If you read through the directions and take your time on the first chair, any other chair goes together easily. You need a rubber mallet to put some of the pieces into the assembly. Also a tee handle allen wrench will make it easier to tighten the screws, but the provided allen wrench will work. When putting the second side on the chair, start at the top and work towards the bottom to alien the parts into the matching holes. A second person makes this step easier. When putting on the rockers, if the hole don't exactly line up use the rubber mallet to either tighten the leg or expand the legs until the holes in the rocker line up with the legs. If any of the hole don't line up exactly, check to be sure you have the correct part and it is positioned correctly. The seat holes do not line up, so position the seat and set the screws so the seat is positioned where you want it. Read Less
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No it requires assembly
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What is the overall width of this chair.. outside of arm to oiutside of arm ?

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December 27, 2014
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26 1/4 "
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The approximate width is 26 inches from outside of the arms.
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How wide are these rockers' seats, and do they come stained?

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18 3/4" between the arm rests. They have a white finish.
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The seat is approximately 19 inches wide between the front arms posts. The white chair is painted white on all of the surfaces including the seat and under the seat. I would assume a stained rocking chair, if available, would be stained on all surfaces.
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Can this white chair be painted red? If yes, what do you recommend.

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This chair can be painted red.
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Bradley White Slat Patio Rocking Chair is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 45.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Be very careful about where you put these chairs. The label clearly states that the chairs are "O... Be very careful about where you put these chairs. The label clearly states that the chairs are "Only for use outside of the elements in a protected area". And yet Home Depot displays them in the patio furniture area. Paint was also splitting by the time I got them home. Some signs of rust on the screws. Nail holes had not been sealed. Definitely not for use outside. That said they appear sturdy and fairly well made.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value After some reservation when reading the reviews on this chair I decided to order because I've been wanting rocking chairs for my front porch for quite some time and they would make a great Christmas present to myself. I was not disappointed they came out really nice and wasn't that difficult to put together much easier than I'd thought after reading some of the reviews. I assembled them both myself and I'm 5'2 female almost 60 yrs old... Get it you will not regret.
Date published: 2015-12-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from These look great on the front porch of a home. I purchased two of these rockers for the front porch of my home. The assembly instructions are clear but I did have some trouble putting them together. If you are not a handy person then you will have some trouble. The chair back and all of the spindles had a build up of excess paint which made it impossible to insert them into their respective holes. After removing the excess paint the assemby went pretty smoothly until the final step where you install the seat screws. The seat screws don't even come close to aligning with the predrilled holes in the seat. I had to drill my own holes to complete the seat attachment. Assembly of the first chair took me about 2 hours. The assembly of the second chair took me about 1 hour. TIP # 1 - Sanding the excess paint from the spindles by hand takes too long. I just carefully used the wire brush wheel on my bench grinder.... quick and easy! TIP # 2 - I applied self-adhesive felt strips (1/2" x 34") to the underside of the runners to protect the painted floor of my front porch.... see photo.
Date published: 2013-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful Rockers I'm so happy with these rockers (purchased 4 for porch). They are easy to assemble - my husband and I used a drill. The color is a nice bright white, which looks great. The quality is very good; especially at a $99 price point. Additionally my husband is very satisfied with the purchase.
Date published: 2016-05-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Rocking chair has the exact features that I wanted and good seat height. I gave it a fair rating for quality because both chairs arrived with a nickel sized dent on the left slat in the same place on both chairs. The paint was also chipped on both of those places. Paint is starting to chip off arms. These rockers sit on a covered porch. This is not the quality I expected especially after owning them for 4 weeks.
Date published: 2013-04-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bradley white rocker That rocker was exactly as expected. However it was difficult for me to put together. I had one 90% put together when i gave up and took it (and one still in the box) to HD in Fuquay Varina NC. I was expecting a hassle but definitely not the case.! Al was very pleasant and very helpful and put both chairs together in no time. He also said anytime i needed help to have him paged and he would help me. Now that is extreme customer service!
Date published: 2015-01-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Rockers The rockers were easy to put together, but I did use a bar clamp before screwing it together. I also paint mine before putting together and I do have to say they came out great. Paint the white chair with LSU colors and the black chair with Saints colors
Date published: 2014-11-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Nice to look at I have been wanting some white rocking chairs for quite a while as I'm from the south and spent a lot of my time outside and wanted to bring some "southern charm" to the mid-west and my front porch. These were bought as a gift and I was excited when they arrived. It mentions assembly time of 15-30 minutes, but over an hour later, and thinking I had assembled wrong, we still couldn't get the chair together. The pre-drilled holes didn't align and there was so much paint on there that we had to use too much force (we wrapped in a hand towel and used a rubber mallet) to insert each piece. I didn't like that because I was convinced the wood was going to split and the paint, even as thick as it is, was already chipping from the force used to make a clean connection.(I'm sure it can be sanded or filed down, but that seemed like a waste to me) So, before trying to assemble the 2nd chair we had, we took the one we partially assembled to our local store for other options. They had some already assembled chairs we considered for exchange, but they were assembled differently than ours (more nails) and we were concerned that with the harsh weather conditions we incur that because these weren't made of a better wood quality to withstand for more than a year, so we needed something a little more durable. We just returned them for a refund. These are very nice to look at and for our mid-west location, maybe better suited for a sunroom or protected from rain/snow. I think if they had been made with a better quality wood (and thinner coating of paint) this would have been a successful purchase. I'm sad this didn't work out for me, but I don't think my experience is enough to say that these aren't a good buy.
Date published: 2013-05-14
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