Rated 4.3 out of 5Â by 68
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Whitney Absolutely beautiful and sturdy patio set
This patio set is extremely well made and very easy to put together. A little bit darker color in person than in the ad picture, but looks great and is very functional. Chairs turn 360 degrees without any problems and very comfortable. Table glass already set in place and thick/doesn't scratch easily. Assembly instructions are very easy to follow and patio set can be put together in a timely fashion even for those who aren't mechanically sound.
January 26, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by alti Sit and enjoy the backyard in comfort
The 5 piece patio set looked great coming out of the box. Very easy instructions to follow. I put the table and chairs together in less then an hour. All the holes are predrilled, and the tools needed are supplied with the set. It has a rust resistant steel frame, weather resistant body. 4 chairs with a 360 degree motion. The chairs also swivel and have a rocking motion. The scratch resistant tempered glass is great for what ever you set on it. I would recommend this set, the furniture is comfy and adds class to any back yard.
January 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Deegirl Ready to enjoy my new dining set!!!
LOVE this set....just what I was looking for....not too large and very attractive. Not cheap looking at all. Just the look I was trying to achieve with the rug...rug really completed the look!!!
June 27, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Moose BIGGEST BANG FOR THE BUCK
Due to our age, we had someone assemble it. Quick put- together. We have had our for over 3 years. I have read the other reviews, so, this is a senior citizen comment. The arms on the chair aide support in getting up and the fact that it swivels, means less chair re-adjustment. The chairs are light enough to move over the pool deck and at the same time provide enough weight for stability in getting up. To all you "young ones", the "getting up & down" process becomes an EVENT the older you get. The care and upkeep is very simple and easy. Mild soap and water and hose off. Since we are in Florida, we are able to hose off at least one a month. So far, no fading from the sun, but since one chair is in the direct sunlight more than others, we do rotate the positions.
April 6, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by paxfax Good Value - Still From China
The adage "you get what you pay for" still applies with this set, however it remains an excellent value. Heed the warning to use your own tools as what they supply is laughable. Also, be careful about not to over tighten anything as the China metallurgy and frame receiver threads are not robust. The front edge seat flanges are not bent to meet the rails exactly so split the difference and snug them up evenly. Don't crank them down to flush or you risk stripping the threads. Some of the bolt holes on the seat tilt assembly do not line up exactly, so put them all in loose and let the nuts pull it together evenly. The table legs need to be squared as you tighten them to the center hoop, so again, assemble loose and have a partner hold the leg square and tighten as you go around. Same tightening rules apply here as well.
So when everything was completed and I flipped the table over, the glass rattled and made it seem cheap and poorly made. I was able to tighten it up some by repositioning the little blocks that hold it in, but ended up sliding slivers of a wooden tongue depressor (or popsicle stick) in-between the glass and the block. Once it was secure, it was acceptable, although I discovered a small flaw in the glass (I let it slide). Note that each leg has a leveling screw which helped make up for the somewhat less than square assembly.
Once I installed the umbrella and base I purchased, it ended up a looking quite nice, particularly for what I paid. You can't find 4-swivel rocker chairs and a table for anything close to the $399 I paid. Sure Brown Jordan is way more solid with welded joints, but from standing back it looks just as good, and these chairs are way lighter which reviewers have enjoyed...as have I. So lets see...Brown Jordan at $3800 (each chair would have been $700), or this for $400...you let your pocket book decide. My wife and I had dinner on it last night and were thrilled at the affordable and significant visual upgrade to our patio. Chairs are comfortable, swivel and rock as advertised, and if the one reviewer who has had it 6 years is any indication, will continue to be impressed with the value for some time.
May 26, 2014