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[Home Depot] Blue jays adirondack chair $50

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dealswithit wrote:
Aug 11th, 2017 4:20 pm
Repost. (Original post doesn't have the latest price in its title though, but the $50 price is mentioned in the thread)
tk1000 wrote:
Aug 11th, 2017 6:17 pm
fyi, that thread is in the 'Expired Hot Deals' forum
home-depot-meadowvale-hd-blue-jays-chair-2111141/
Fyi, that thread is in the expired hot deals now but it wasn't expired earlier today when dealswith it mentioned. You even posted in that thread also.
No big deal though. Strange how it went to expired deals. Oh well
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Bought a pair of these a couple weeks ago at $100 each on clearance. Assembled them 2 days ago. These things are amazing. Really good quality. The sling fabric seating is also incredibly comfy. My wife and I absolutely love them.

I wouldn't blink twice for $50 each.
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Just assembled mine and sat in it/had a drink to celebrate my success. Love it. Super comfortable.

The front panel that you screw in was a massive pita though. My hand is red as hell now.
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scotty01 wrote:
Aug 11th, 2017 9:55 pm
Bought a pair of these a couple weeks ago at $100 each on clearance. Assembled them 2 days ago. These things are amazing. Really good quality. The sling fabric seating is also incredibly comfy. My wife and I absolutely love them.

I wouldn't blink twice for $50 each.
Is the material designed to handle some rain (in BC, a LOT of rain)? I plan on having this on my deck that is partially covered, so its whatever blows in from the side. Chairs that I had out there for 5+ years (some sort of vinyl or plastic type material?) have black mold on them. Time for a trip to the dump...

Thanks
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Timbo420 wrote:
Aug 11th, 2017 10:27 pm
Is the material designed to handle some rain (in BC, a LOT of rain)? I plan on having this on my deck that is partially covered, so its whatever blows in from the side. Chairs that I had out there for 5+ years (some sort of vinyl or plastic type material?) have black mold on them. Time for a trip to the dump...

Thanks
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I honestly can't answer that question. My deck is completely uncovered and I'll just be leaving them on there through the rain and what not. Only time I'll put the chairs into covered storage will be the winter.

But regardless these things are heavy duty. It's no surprise that their regular price is $200 to $300 as they look and feel like an expensive chair. Exceptional quality.
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scotty01 wrote:
Aug 11th, 2017 9:55 pm
Bought a pair of these a couple weeks ago at $100 each on clearance. Assembled them 2 days ago. These things are amazing. Really good quality. The sling fabric seating is also incredibly comfy. My wife and I absolutely love them.

I wouldn't blink twice for $50 each.
Do you know if the blue sling is reversible if you don't want the blue jays logo to show? TIA
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kuzi wrote:
Aug 12th, 2017 11:05 am
Do you know if the blue sling is reversible if you don't want the blue jays logo to show? TIA
Yeah it is. You just feed the sling through the top and bottom slats and then feed through a stick on each end to hold the sling in place.
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nasa25 wrote:
Aug 12th, 2017 11:28 am
Yeah it is. You just feed the sling through the top and bottom slats and then feed through a stick on each end to hold the sling in place.
Might buy a couple now. What about the headrest? Would you still have that on the non Bluejays side?
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dogdayafter12 wrote:
Aug 12th, 2017 11:54 am
Might buy a couple now. What about the headrest? Would you still have that on the non Bluejays side?
Yes. Basically with the headrest you have two Velcro stickers that you apply to the back slat. Then you attach the pillow via the Velcro to the back slat. So the pillow attaches at the back and sits above the sling.

So first you attach the sling, apply the Velcro stickers to the back top slat and then Velcro attach the pillow to the back slat and drape it over the front.

If you look at the above pic you can get a sense of what I mean
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give lots of head for sick knee fadez, give lots of lap dances for ca$h wallet fades. Always pop that leg when kissing for dope honey combs, knee lots of mans in the crotch for killer whiskers, low ride like an og for them stacks. And traintracks? Only achievable by a legend in the denim game
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Only thing with turning the sling on the other side. I think you’ll still be able to see the blue jays logo. The material isn’t thick enough that it’ll be invisible on the other side.

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Firebolt wrote:
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give lots of head for sick knee fadez, give lots of lap dances for ca$h wallet fades. Always pop that leg when kissing for dope honey combs, knee lots of mans in the crotch for killer whiskers, low ride like an og for them stacks. And traintracks? Only achievable by a legend in the denim game
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Thanks OP. I was able to snag two of these chairs. I hope to get them together this afternoon.
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Melkor wrote:
Aug 12th, 2017 12:37 pm
Thanks OP. I was able to snag two of these chairs. I hope to get them together this afternoon.

As mentioned earlier, the instructions mention using a ROBERTSON bit to install 4 screws into the front piece. I wanted to however suggest doing as I did and use a cordless tool with a Robertson bit instead - to not only speed things up drastically, but also to eliminate wrist strain turning a manual screwdriver for some time.
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scotty01 wrote:
Aug 12th, 2017 12:41 pm
As mentioned earlier, the instructions mention using a ROBERTSON bit to install 4 screws into the front piece. I wanted to however suggest doing as I did and use a cordless tool with a Robertson bit instead - to not only speed things up drastically, but also to eliminate wrist strain turning a manual screwdriver for some time.
Yup. My forearm was hulk hogan sized after installing those 4 screws. Cordless is definitely the way to go for that. Especially if you’re assembling multiple chairs.
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give lots of head for sick knee fadez, give lots of lap dances for ca$h wallet fades. Always pop that leg when kissing for dope honey combs, knee lots of mans in the crotch for killer whiskers, low ride like an og for them stacks. And traintracks? Only achievable by a legend in the denim game
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Website shows in stock in my local store
Price is not bad but looks a bit ugly....

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