At the age of 67, I have assembled many pieces of furniture, either to save money, or to get the features I wanted. This chaise was the WORST assembly experience ever! The "instructions" were vague, and the sketches were so vague that you could not tell where to attach each piece. After much trial and error, I then discovered that the pieces did not always match up to the holes, and had to force parts together while at the same time inserting the screws. That said, this is exactly what I wanted in an outdoor chaise. The material is more comfortable than a solid plastic or wood surface would be, and the back DOES fold down flat for sunbathing on your stomach, contrary to what the Q&A section says. That answer may have been to indicate that the chair can't fold up for storage. I will post photos of the misalignment of parts, the actual instructions, and a shot of how the chair can go down flat.
This is one of the most comfortable lounge chairs I've owned, especially for a product that is made entirely out of wood. It's surprisingly comfortable to lay down on and it folds in half taking very little storage space during those colder months when it's not being used. This also extends the life of the product when it can be folded in half for storage. The open spaces between the wood provide decent airflow for those hot summers days too!
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