Internet #202996155

Model #11061-1

Store SKU #853563

Unfinished Wood Patio Adirondack Chair

  • Add your own finish
  • Durable wood construction
  • Holds up to 400 lbs.
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
33.20 in
Assembled Height (in.)
35.00 in
Assembled Width (in.)
29.20 in

Details

Assembly Required
Yes
Chair Design
Armchair
Collection Name
Adirondack
Commercial/Residential
Residential
Frame Finish
Unfinished Wood
Frame Material
Wood
Frame Primary Finish
Unfinished Wood
Patio Furniture Features
No additional features
Product Weight (lb.)
17.60
Returnable
180-Day
Seating Type
Without Cushion
Style
Coastal
Weight Capacity (lb.)
200

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
The frame to be free of manufacturing defects to the original purchaser for one year.

Product Overview

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Buying Guide
While it's true you can't move mountains, you can bring a piece of the mountain lifestyle home with this Adirondack chair. Rest in the slant-back chair and enjoy the mountains, a beautiful lake or your own backyard. The heirloom-worthy piece comes unfinished, letting you put your own stamp on it. Durable fir wood construction holds up to 400 lb. weight capacity. Requires screwdriver for assembly (not included).

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Questions & Answers

19Questions24Answers

Does it come in lots of pieces? My son loves to build thing, so the more pieces the better.

Asked by Teresa May 27, 2019
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Most of the slats are pre-assembled so I believe it came in 12 pieces (not counting hardware).

The highlights at the top of the page say "Hold up to 400lbs" but in the specifications it lists ...

Asked by Matt December 22, 2018
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It held 400 lbs, although we didn't try that weight for a long period of time.

Seat height?

Asked by ppptx May 2, 2018
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35 inches

Your website says 400 lb capacity in the description and 200 lb in the specifications. Which is correct?

Asked by Stacey May 1, 2018
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200lbs is even pushing its limits, these are very cheaply made

What are the dimensions of the box that the chair comes in? I'm trying to figure out if it can fit it in my car.

Asked by AH February 25, 2018
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I don't know the dimensions, but I was able to fit two unopened boxes on the back seat of my car.

How much does it weight? Does it come in a box or something ? I want to send it oversea, can I ...

Asked by George January 25, 2018
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It comes unassembled in a box. It is much lighter than you'd expect (esp compared to the other similar chairs. It weights just under 21lb.

One description says "400 pound capacity", the other description....the chart, says "200 pound c...

Asked by Tellthetruth May 29, 2017
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I highly doubt 400 lbs is possible. I weigh 200 and feel like I might be pushing it. I can move the chair laterally while sitting in it.

Where is the chair made

Asked by Derek99 May 15, 2017
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China

The text description say the chair hold 400 lbs weight capacity while the specification say 200 l...

Asked by PaulInPasadena April 14, 2017
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We've had our 3 chairs for 3 years so I can't remember what the box said, but I'm pretty sure we wouldn't have purchased them if they said 200 because my husband weighs 240. We both sit in them and we haven't had any issues. I hope this helps!

since the wood isn't pressure treated, i am concerned about just leaving outside in the elements ...

Asked by outtamyleague February 22, 2017
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Well, think about it, a house that has wood siding in simply primed and painted. No doubt would need occasional redoing just like a house. :-)

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The chair was fairly easy to assemble. The chair is VERY lightweight. I'm not sure what type of...
The chair was fairly easy to assemble. The chair is VERY lightweight. I'm not sure what type of wood it is made of, but it is very reminiscent of balsa wood--only a bit thicker. Even in the course of assembling the chair, one of the arms got a bit bashed up on a corner. Even though the price was pretty good and I want another chair, I'm not rushing out to buy another.
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The chair was easy to assemble and was quite light. But the wood was full of splinters, so I had ...
The chair was easy to assemble and was quite light. But the wood was full of splinters, so I had to spend a lot of time sanding it down, but even then I couldn't get it completely splinter free. Painting the chair helped reduce the splinters a bit. But for the price, it's decent value.
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Great for the price point!
Needed cheap and unfinished wood chairs for a project. Assembly was easy. I am not an expert by any means with that kind of stuff and was able to assemble in less than 30 mins. Once together tou do need to sand the wood before painting. Some rustoleum outdoor paint and gloss seal spray and these were ready to go!
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The simple design, light weight and strength of the wood stood out when I opened the box. (I boug...
The simple design, light weight and strength of the wood stood out when I opened the box. (I bought two.) The box says "Solid Fir Construction," probably Asian fir, since it comes from China. I understand that Asian fir is comparable to a species of teak, which is resistant to damage from insects, fungus, and moisture decay. The wood smells like cedar, a sign that it contains some kind of natural protective oil. I was pleased that the seat and back slats had already been assembled, but when I began checking the screws for tightness, some were loose. Also, the middle six seat slats had only two screws, one at each end. The slats would wiggle when I tested them, and the #6 1 ¼” screws were too flimsy for my taste. I replaced the smaller fasteners, with #8, 1 1/2" screws, countersunk. I filled in all the screw holes throughout with wood filler and sanded. I used a (noisy) new Ryobi finish sander, which helped a great deal, especially in removing some factory tool marks on one of the arms. After assembly, I tightened all the carriage bolts and gave it test sit. It was perfectly fine, but I wanted a bit more stability; so I free-handed a cross-brace in back made of scrap red cedar. The color didn’t match, but the brace will be out of sight. After I was completely satisfied, I applied a liberal coating of Teak Oil. Notice all the screws have disappeared. Had I thought ahead, I would have used stainless steel screws to prevent rust. It should not be a problem though because my patio is covered.
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very easy to put together. I changed all the screws and bolts with galvanized so they would not ...
very easy to put together. I changed all the screws and bolts with galvanized so they would not rust, and sprayed it well with a sealant.
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I own two of these chairs which I purchased a few years ago to place at an off-grid cabin.  They ...
I own two of these chairs which I purchased a few years ago to place at an off-grid cabin.  They were very easy to assemble and were cut perfectly.  I did not need to sand or modify either of the chairs to get them together.  In fact, I assembled them in a field and used only basic tools. Even though it looks great unfinished--the wood is pine--so it definitely needs a top coat to protect from the elements.   I used a rich espresso stain on both and they look great. I would definitely recommend staining the wood before assembly, as the narrow gaps make it challenging to get a consistent coat.  Of my two chairs, I kept one outside and one inside and you can definitely tell the difference now after several years.  The one inside remains perfect, the one outside requires an upkeep coat. I did not encounter any of the issues other reviewers noted regarding the chair being flimsy or loose.  Mine fit snugly and do not wobble.  I've had several people sit in the chairs, some with a rather large build, and there have never been any complaints.  My chairs see periodic use, yet when used they are treated roughly as makeshift holders for all sorts of gear when not accommodating people.  They stand up well and should last for years to come. I am happy with the purchase.
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Terrible. Super loose and wobbly upon assembly, and actually got worse as the season went on. End...
Terrible. Super loose and wobbly upon assembly, and actually got worse as the season went on. Ended up discarding two of these after almost no actual use because they felt unstable.
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Illinois
disappointed!!!
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Once the chair is complete it looks crooked and cheap! Only after taking the time to sand and paint the chairs did I realize that the pre-drilled holes did not line up!!! To add to my further disappointment was that two of the chairs broke only min. after assembly, the screw holes were stripped! Not likely to support the 400lb weight limit, the back of the chair seems to frail and unstable. My dog on the other hand...loves the chair!
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Sleepy Hollow, NY
Covered in mold, gross, had to return
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When I took the kit out of the box, nearly all pieces were covered in green, gray and black mold, some quite thick.
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Portland, OR
When they say unfinished, they mean it!
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This chair required a lot of finish work in order to get it up to snuff for stain. There was a lot of chip out, especially on the screw holes and none of the edges are eased, meaning the corners of the boards are pretty sharp out of the box. It's pine though, so it's not hard to smooth everything out. I also added some woodglue at all the mating surfaces and I haven't had any issue with racking or wobbling. I sanded mine up to 220 grit, finished with some danish oil that I had laying around and I've been very happy with how it turned out. If you're willing to put in some time and sweat to save a few bucks, then this is the chair for you. If you're lazy and just want to save a few bucks (especially if you don't have abrasives or finishes laying around) I would look elsewhere.
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