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chairs are great
 May 14, 2010

Chairs are terrific - they are pretty comfortable for a folding chair, feel a bit flexible (not stiff) when sitting on them. They are very cute too- they are "bright" & frosty looking. tres modern for folding chairs!

  • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
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Just a Ok Chair
 from Cleveland OH,  Feb 26, 2010

this chair is a little bit good looking than ordinary folding chair, but the slack is made of plastic and i feel is not durable and I believe in the long time it will broken and the color will fade way. and you need chair pad to make sitting on it comfortable. I think it's more suite outdoor than indoor. BTW I submit the review before but don't know why it doesn't show here

  • Would you recommend this to a friend? No
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GREAT chairs
 from Dallas,  Feb 3, 2010

For the dollar these are GREAT chairs. Work well for extra guests or packing in the car for a picnic. Very well packed for shipment. Look like they are very costly French designed chairs. EXCEPTIONAL VALUE. Highly recommend.

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cute chairs
 from Milwaukee, WI,  Nov 10, 2009

I purchased these chairs as extra seating for a extending dinning table and patio. I chose the granite color, they are handsome, easy to unfold and put away when not in use. I find them to be comfortable and study enough, but you dont want to be overly rough with these. Im happy with my purchase -they work well for what i need them for.

  • Would you recommend this to a friend? Yes
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