Reclining Garden Chair with Footstool Poly Rattan Light Grey

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SKU: 313304

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$409.46 $511
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Description

This comfy reclining garden chair is an excellent choice for chatting with family and friends or just enjoying the soothing sunbathing in your outdoor living space. This outdoor recliner, featuring a powder-coated steel frame covered with round PE rattan, is sturdy and easy to clean. The thickly padded cushions add extra comfort in your lounging time. The cushion cover is equipped with a zip and is easily removable and washable. Thanks to the gas lift mechanism, the backrest is also adjustable to fit your positions as per your convenience. By touching the button on the side, the backrest can recline, for a comfortable lying position. The chair is perfect for relaxing in and putting your feet up with a matching footstool. You can also place it anywhere as per your preference. Important note: We recommend covering the chair and footstool during rain, snow and frost for its best service to last.

  • Colour: Light grey
  • Colour of cushion: Black
  • Material: Round PE rattan, powder-coated steel
  • Material of cushion: 100% Polyester cover with foam filling
  • Chair dimensions (not reclined): 57 x 88 x 100 cm (W x D x H)
  • Chair dimensions (reclined): 57 x 121 x 80 cm (W x D x H)
  • Seat width: 50 cm
  • Seat depth: 59 cm
  • Seat height from the ground: 39 cm
  • Armrest height from the ground: 60 cm
  • Footstool dimensions: 57 x 45 x 45 cm (W x D x H)
  • Seat cushion thickness: 6 cm
  • Back cushion thickness: 10 cm
  • Features reclining function
  • Assembly required: Yes
  • Delivery contains:
  • 1 x Chair
  • 1 x Footstool
  • 2 x Seat cushion
  • 1 x Back cushion
  • EAN:8720286156124
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