Rated 3.8 out of 5Â by 4
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Laurie Nice Bench!
Easy to assemble, looks great and terrific price! Saw the exact same bench listed on-line for literally 3 times the price for the exact same bench! Very happy with the bench, the short time it took to get to us and it looks great! Thanks!
September 29, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Shotsie My Polo Park Bench
This purchase was so convenient. The sales clerk helped me pick out the bench from her computer, I paid, and it was delivered to my home on time. I had someone assemble it for me. I am very satisfied.
June 24, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by swan920 beautiful but flimsy
Ordered two of these and the delivery was quick, came in 3 days after purchase. This bench looks beautiful in the ads and it does look nice when put together. I'm a bit disappointed with the quality of this product, the woods aren't as sturdy, they feel they'll break if not being sit on lightly. Assembly was relatively easy with power tools, a knot and bolt didn't fit on one bench. I haven't put together the second bench yet, have thought about returning the second one, but I think I'll just keep it, as for this price it is still acceptable, they do look nice in the yard. I'll just have to get some other sturdier chairs for heavier sitters.
April 8, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5Â by Cv897d Chinese quality...but it can be a good buy with some help
The castings are cheap and don't fit flush to sides or the slats. One of the brackets on the casting actually snapped off during assembly. The assembled bench legs on the casting flex from side to side a little making me concerned about them snapping off...but for all of this it is inexpensive. I chose to supplement the bench by building a criss-cross support between the back legs and the bottom seat...this made the bench MUCH more sturdy. I used a hard drying caulk between the seat slats and the side castings. Then I lacquered the final assembly for weathering. When I was finished I had a nice bench for the price. I couldn't have made the slats or the casting for the price I paid...so it was a good place to start. I wouldn't use the kit as-is...so you need to be handy to really make this a practical piece of useful furniture.
February 7, 2012