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Average UMA Review (based on 12 reviews)
Reviewed by NW local from Walla walla on Wednesday, March 7, 2018One had a broken board in the seat and a broken glue joint in another part when received. Will try to repair, however somewhat concerned about the seat being fixable. Several of the screwed had fallen out of both chairs ordered, but found missing parts in the box and reinstallled. A few of the small screws had rust. The chairs are rustic with rough surface and do not sit flat until one gets in. Does not appear to have any finish applied, which should not be a
Problem for teak. The description say 49 pounds, which lead me to believe they would be sturdy, but shipping box says 18 pounds. I think they are closer to the 18 pounds, which is disappointing. Wood is thinner in some areas than I would have desired. However if they last for 5-6 years I will be happy and consider them fine, very suspicious they will make it more than 2-3 years of infrequent use.
Reviewed by RCO from CA on Wednesday, March 7, 2018UMA polystone dog statue arrived chipped and broken
Reviewed by Mom from Here on Tuesday, March 6, 2018I sent the following to STP: "...the weather vane isn't a weather vane. The spheres and directional indicators spin, but not the arrow and cow. I even had the technology major son look at it and he says it is properly assembled and there is no way the arrow with cow can spin. On a real weather vane the directional indicators are fixed and the arrow spins. This is more like some bizarre wind spinner made to resemble a weather vane. Either this one is made very wrong or your description is inaccurate."
The response I got back is that it is supposed to be that way. I wrote back and hopefully they will change the description, but in the meantime, you've been warned. It's also flimsy and very poorly constructed - crooked as can be, bent, with joints that don't even line up. Will be sending it back.
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