We wanted a rocker for the front porch that complimented our almost 200 year old home; this did the trick. It's sturdy and is easily wiped down after an upstate NY rain. We had considered purchasing chair pads for the seat but the rocker is comfortable without pads and we will most likely be purchasing at least 1, if not 2 more of these rockers before summer 2017.
Bought two chairs. Took less than 30 minutes to put them both together. Did have an issue with one screw on each chair lining up correctly. Just used some pressure to screw it in anyway and it worked perfectly. Neighbors and family made quick use out of them the first day they were on the porch.
Got two chairs for my porch. The first came together ok, just a little damage on the arm, but not enough to warrant a return. The second, however, was different. One of the two screws needed had no threads (luckily, I had one that would work). Had a hard time getting the chair to come together and when I finally assembled it, I realized that the seat on the second one had more, but narrower, slats than the first one. The one with wider and fewer slats is more comfortable. Oh and another thing, you'll need a phillips head screwdriver. Not sure how the directions expect you to use an allen wrench to do that. The overstock folks were happy to issue a new one, but it wasn't worth my time