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Coleman Patio Sling Chair

When you're looking forward to a night of relaxing with friends, the Coleman Patio Sling Chair is the go-to for style and support.  Every detail—big and small—is designed for incredible comfort.  The high, angled back offers ergonomic support while relieving tension and allowing your muscles to relax.  The GLASSP cup holder fits just about any drink—including a wine glass or coffee cup.  When you're ready to pack up, the chair  folds compactly into a sling bag for easy transport and s
  • Comfort-designed portable chair
  • High-back relieves tension in the muscles
  • Ergonomically-angled back for incredible support
  • Fully-supported seat
  • Cup holder fits just about any drink-wine glass, coffee cup, can, bottle or cup
  • Sling bag for easy storage and transport
  • Durable construction, lightweight aluminum frame and weather-resistant fabric support up to 225 lbs. (113.4 kg)
  • Unfolded Dimensions: (28 in. x 22.5 in. x 37 in. (71.2 cm x 57.15 cm x 94 cm)
  • Folded Dimensions: 5.1 in. x 5.5 in. 44.3 in. (13 cm x 14 cm x 112.52 cm)
  • Carry Weight: 7.5 lbs (3.4 kg)
  • 1-year limited warranty

List Price : $ 32.99

Price : $ 32.99

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There are homeowners who keep dragging their patio chairs in and out of their homes. If they can’t bring them indoors, they try to put them in the roofed areas of their property like the garage or the shed. Some homeowners care so much about their outdoor furniture that they exert so much effort and energy trying to protect them by housing them in. You’d think this is absurd but these cases do happen. Little do these homeowners know that there’s an easy way to provide protection to their outdoor chairs and all they need to do is just invest in patio chair covers.

Patio chair covers will provide a layer of protection to your cherished outdoor chairs. By covering the chairs up, you can shield them from exposure to the various weather elements. Too much exposure to sun and rain, as we all know, will hasten the wear and tear process that the outdoor chairs undergo. If the outdoor chairs are made from not-so-tough materials, they will succumb to total damage in no time at all. Rainwater will often cause the wood materials to warp and rot while metal-made outdoor chairs will eventually rust. The sun’s rays can also cause damage to the paint and finishes of the different outdoor chair materials.

Aside from providing protection from the weather elements, the patio chair covers also gives the outdoor chairs the necessary protection from dirt and debris. Being exposed outdoors, the patio chairs can easily collect dust on their surfaces. It becomes dreary and tiresome sometimes to go out and see the chairs covered with filth. Instead of going out to relax and lounge out, you need to exert effort and spend precious time to wipe and clean these things up. But if they have these protective coverings you can be sure to expect clean outdoor chairs every time you step out into your patio area.

Protect your outdoor furniture with these cool patio furniture covers.

Building an Adirondack Chair -  woodworkweb

In this video I show you how to make an Adirondack chair.
Building an Adirondack chair is not difficult, and it’s lot of fun to make a good quality wooden chair. For anyone starting out in DIY furniture woodworking or for season veterans, this chair looks good and is comfortable to sit in during those long warm summer days outdoors.
The plans we used for this are directly from the Fine Woodworking 2013 Outdoor Projects magazine that can be found in any good news stand and is normally available throughout the season, so pick up the magazine and start building.

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