Reviewed by EmilyShaw1949 from NYC on Wednesday, June 11, 2008
I purchased one of these chairs in the hope that it would look good enough to use for an extra chair when we had company. I live in an apartment without a lot of floor or closet space and wanted a chair that could double as guest seating in the living room and an extra chair for the dining table. ...
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Reviewed by Montana girl from Montana on Tuesday, October 22, 2013
These are high quality, sturdy chairs. My husband who is a physical therapist is very particular about body mechanics and likes the design of them. I bought 3 chairs several years ago and they are like new despite lots of use. I just bought 2 more as gifts. The only drawback is that it requires some strength to fold and unfold them. With that said, my kids manage fine.
Reviewed by ccclarsen from mississippi on Thursday, October 17, 2013
thai is a very nice quality chair but im 6'1" and 260 lbs and the back was too low when leaning back it kinda rolled up aand under not good support for relaxing id you were sitting up eating or palying cards would be fine the back just a bit to low for proper support
Reviewed by wzl from slc, ut on Sunday, October 13, 2013
Ordered three of these. They're great, comfortable and built to last. Nice that the arm covers are removable for washing. I did have a little trouble figuring out how to re-fold them (you place the chair on its side, push down and outward on the floor bar and seat bar at the same time). They are a little heavy but not enough to be a problem.