Darlee Ten Star Chaise Lounge ChairItem # HN-ELIT206
- Dimensions: 81L x 26.5W x 38H in.
- Crafted with weather-resilient, cast aluminum
- Hand-finished, antique bronze powder-coating
- Lattice design seat and star medallion detailing
- Comfortable neutral sesame seat cushion
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Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Hassle Of Finding Parts
- Missing Parts
I had high hopes for this chair. This is the most money I've spent on a piece of lawn furniture but I wanted a really nice lounger. The chair arrived and I started putting it together. I got to the part where you place the wheels on and realized I didn't have the wheels. They were good about sending them right out. Meanwhile I tried to attach the back of the chair to the base and the screws provided weren't long enough to go through the two pieces and put the bolts on. I'm now waiting for replacement bolts. Because I wanted to use the chair by now, I went to the hardware store and found some screws (and of course the threads don't match up because they can never make it easy for you so I had to get new nuts too). Now I see in the photo that there's a bar that goes through the back of the chair to connect to the base. There was nothing about this in the instructions and I didn't receive this part either. Another call to the company. Would you spend almost $700 on a piece of porch furniture and have to go through all of that? I'm on the verge of sending it back, but I'd have to take it apart and get it back in the box, what a hassle. This whole experience was one big hassle and I still don't have a working chair yet. Once I put the wheels on the middle legs now don't touch the ground until you sit on the chair, which makes me wonder how long before the axel starts to bow. This is ridiculous.
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