Garden or Patio Wooden Rocking Chair
Constructed from Chinese Pine, this Garden or Patio Wooden Rocking Chair is durable, attractive, exceptionally comfortable with its wide armrests, and available at a bargain price. Help you to rock the summer away.
The Rocking Chair is delivered to your door as a flatpack. It is made from Chinese Pine and assembly is straightforward. They are remarkable comfortable. This attractive chair is ideal for a little nap or just 40 winks
Can be used to sit outside or inside.
I strongly recommend treating the chair with Teak Oil at the beginning and end of each season. Treat the wood before assembly. Put the chair away in a garage or cover it during the winter. By following these simple tips this will ensure this Rocking Chair gives many years of service.
The dimensions once assembled are as follows
- Weight: 16 KG
- Seat base width: 510mm (20 “)
- Width between arms: Narrowest point: 460mm (18.5″)
- Widest point: 560mm (22″)
Some customers comments include
- This is a great chair for the money
- There is total consistency of high quality fit and finish
- It took about 40 minutes to get 2 chairs assembled
- Used a Phillips head screwdriver and an adjustable wrench to tighten the bolts
- I’m so pleased with this rocker I am tempted to buy another.
Now is the time to start thinking about the summer. Buy a Garden or Patio Rocking Chair in Natural Wood now.
Your comment is valid. MS does vary so much from person to person. I do not have a problem sitting in a rocking chair or keeping my balance. I would almost definitely need someone to help me get out. The idea of a rocking chair in the garden caught my imagination. I could not enjoy the sun because I have Uhtoffer’s syndrome but I would be OK in the shade.
ISC problems have cleared up, fully recovered. The whole episode gave me a dreadful shock, the time taken for my temperature to rise was frightening. I was so lucky being so close to a hospital. Imagine if I had been at the cinema or at a friends house.
I’m afraid I don’t really think this rocker would be a good idea for someone with MS – so I wonder how you cope? Couple a moving object (the rocking chair) with an MS sufferer – not good balance, difficulty sitting and standing without holding on to something STABLE – even if you have a carer/partner to hold/steady the chair it sounds like a recipe for disaster! I do love being out in the garden, but don’t think I could get on with this chair.
Hope the ISC problems have ceased!