POLYWOOD AD5030GR Classic Folding Adirondack Chair, 38.5″ x 31.25″ x 33.5″, Green

November 6, 2019 - Comment

The POLYWOOD Classic Folding Adirondack (AD5030) is a comfortable, stylish deck chair made from solid, heavy-duty, marine-grade HDPE POLYWOOD to mimic the appearance of painted wood. The weather-resistant chair comes with a 20-year warranty against splintering, cracking, chipping, and peeling. Weighing 34 lbs, this chair measures 29×35.75×35.75 inches and folds down for easy transportation and

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The POLYWOOD Classic Folding Adirondack (AD5030) is a comfortable, stylish deck chair made from solid, heavy-duty, marine-grade HDPE POLYWOOD to mimic the appearance of painted wood. The weather-resistant chair comes with a 20-year warranty against splintering, cracking, chipping, and peeling. Weighing 34 lbs, this chair measures 29×35.75×35.75 inches and folds down for easy transportation and storage. Made in the USA, the Classic Folding Adirondack requires no staining, painting, or waterproofing and is available in a variety of different fade-resistant colors. The contoured chair pairs well with POLYWOOD’s OT53 Ottoman, XPWS0008 seat cushion, the XPWP0106 headrest pillow, and the XPWF0010 full cushion.

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Anonymous says:

Comparing 3 different brands I tried all 3 synthetic material Adirondack style chairs I saw on Amazon – the Highwood, the Polywood, and the Trex. They were all good to very good, and similarly priced from. Specific pros & cons: Highwood has 3 different back recline settings, and the most comfortable armrests. It was slightly less expensive than the others, but required more work to assemble, taking 25 minutes vs. the others taking 5 minutes tops. If you’re good at assembly, you’ll have no problem with the Highwood; if…

Anonymous says:

Only “Folding” if Disassembled While I do like the chair, I think it is somewhat misleading to market it as a folding Adirondack chair when you have to disassemble it in order to fold it.

Anonymous says:

Five years in, as good as new We’ve had a pair of these for five years, sitting out in the elements year-round with no protection whatsoever (though to be fair, this is Southern California elements, so it’s mostly heat and sun, with occasional rain — no snow or ice). We just bought another pair, so we’d have a total of four. The first pair has held up so well over the past five years that it’s almost impossible to tell which chairs are the new ones and which are the old ones, when sitting side-by-side. This is by far the…

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