Rated 2 out of 5 by deddoc boring colors
When are you bringing back the fun colors? These washed out ones are really boring. I have the side tables in the bright vivid colors you used to have and was prepared to drop quite a bit of $$ to buy several chairs, but I won't do that now unless you restock the colors you used to have.
June 17, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Clothesseeker Too uncomfortable to sit on
...so that's really a problem given this product is a chair. I had owned the wood versions of this chair but after about 8 seasons, the paint was chipping off badly and to have the chair sanded and sprayed would have cost most of the price of a new one. So, I bit the bullet and got the All-weather chair.
The positives: it requires simple assemby and goes together quickly. It doesn't chip or peel
The cons: the most uncomfortable chair on the porch, or in the whole house. The back is not curved; it's perfectly flat. The seat has very little curve. And because the chair is plastic, no give is available.
This year, I bought similar all weather chairs from another company, for about 25% less and they are fabulously comfortable. The difference? the back of the chair is concave and the seat has a real ergonomic curve.
I've been a big fan, and frankly beneficiary, of LL Bean's quality for many years. This chair is a big, expensive disappointment.
June 16, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ihatepickingnames Looks great but not as comfortable as the original
I bought 2 of these last fall for my new patio but didn't get one out of the box till yesterday. I've had 2 white wood folding Adirondack chairs from LL Bean for years which I love but I haven't taken them in in the winter. I had them repainted once a couple of years ago but they're peeling again and worse, the wood is starting to crack, which makes me sad. I love those chairs - they're the most comfortable outdoor chairs I've ever been in without cushions. I thought I'd get the same chair in low maintenance material.
The All-Weather chair I put together yesterday took some effort to get screwed together by myself but it looks like it will last a long time. It is not, however, the same chair. The back is more vertical - it's just not as comfortable. Had I known, I probably wouldn't have bought them but I'm unlikely to send them back - that's too much of a hassle. They just won't get used as much as the old ones.
June 10, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Magpi Love them!
Just bought two of them for our deck all with the cushions, they are wonderful! Just what we were hoping for, comfortable, look great and will stand up to the coastal Oregon weather
June 6, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by newengland25 No maintenance, sturdy, easy set up
Love having these maintenance free chairs on our patio. Out of the box and ready for use in minutes. Great construction and durability. Well worth the extra money to never have to sand and paint. We went back and purchased the matching stools for even extra comfort. You won't be disappointed!
May 20, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by KPAlias great looking!
I was tired of working with old furniture and trying to refurbish. I purchased the table and the adirondack chairs and love them! The light green just feels like summer. I bought the foot rests as well - great combo! Very comfortable and good looking!
May 7, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by SidneyD Can hardly wait to buy more!!!
These all weather chairs are absolutely the best on the market. The new one arrived a week or so ago, and took less than five minutes to assemble and start sitting in it. Now I feel they are a bit pricey, but on the other hand they are worth it. I started out buying Bean's wooden Adirondack chairs and tables about 8-9 years ago, and they do wear out, not from usage, but from the wood deteriorating over time after sitting out on the patio for 8 Michigan Springs, Summers and Falls. As I can afford to, I will be replacing 4 more of the old chairs with the all weather ones. Attractive, indestructible, comfortable and impervious to weather.......Query: what more can you ask of patio furniture?
May 6, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by rubytuesdaysmom Too Small
Good quality which is why I would order from LL Bean, however, the
chairs are smaller than I would have expected. We have had similar chairs made in Vt but were made from wood and needed painting and some repair on occasion. Wanting to avoid the work each year, I decided to order these chairs and was disappointed in the size. We will keep the two chairs since it is too much trouble to send back. They look "cute" on our porch but would have been so much nicer if they were a bit bigger.
April 23, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Lovethehills Not comfortable.
The chair was easy to assemble and the color (sage) was nice. The back of the chair is not curved like many Adirondack chairs are, so it is not comfortable. The center board hits your spinal cord, with no support for the rest of your back. The seat depth is only 17 1/4", so there isn't room for a back cushion. The width of the seat is 20" which is fine for a small to average person, but I doubt a large person would fit without a bit of persuasion. With a cushion on the seat, the chair is slightly more comfortable, but not enough to keep. We will be returning it.
April 19, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by ride4806 Fabulous!!!
Not only does this look wonderful, it is comfortable and and has lasted through our first of what I am sure will be many New England winters with none the less wear. I love it, DH put it together very easily, and I could have actually done it, looks terrific on the deck and we will enjoy it for many years to come. I have ordered the glider because we were so impressed with this chair and will order another chair and table next summer. Thanks for making such high quality products!!
January 25, 2015