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Classic Adirondack Chair - $169.99 (3 colours in stock)

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Oct 14, 2003
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MRGMRG wrote: Meh - they're $10 cheaper versus other retailers, and even cheaper in store as others have highlighted.

This is why people don't post, too many internet geeks caring about internet points.
Upvote to bring up your points bro! I got you!
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May 18, 2009
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Jeez, leave the guy alone. If there was a mediocre deals forum he would have posted it there. Unfortunately, there is not.

I, for one, am moving next week and need some new chairs so it's nice to get them at a cheaper than usual price, even if it's not a great deal.
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RandomSanity wrote: Jeez, leave the guy alone. If there was a mediocre deals forum he would have posted it there. Unfortunately, there is not.

I, for one, am moving next week and need some new chairs so it's nice to get them at a cheaper than usual price, even if it's not a great deal.
Agreed, the hot part of this deal is that they are AVAILABLE at Costco regular price. Try finding this quality of chair anywhere else for under $300. These are WAY better than wooden chairs, mine have been left out for two winters and are still bullet proof. Even the recycled plastic ones from HD are NOT the same quality.

I have been waiting for them to come back in stock but wife wants the light blue so we wait some more.
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Jul 11, 2008
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MRGMRG wrote: Not exactly a "deal", but patio furniture has been difficult to get throughout the pandemic.

Costco has Leisure Line Adirondack Chairs (finally) in stock. Made in Canada, 3 colours available.

Cheers
I saw these too. They are fully plastic - super high quality - not wood. They seem like they will last a long time and zero rotting!!
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Nov 21, 2013
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MRGMRG wrote: Meh - they're $10 cheaper versus other retailers, and even cheaper in store as others have highlighted.

This is why people don't post, too many internet geeks caring about internet points.
My comment was not about internet points, it was about posting this thread on the right forum, just like you said... "Not exactly a deal, but...
MRGMRG wrote: Not exactly a "deal", but patio furniture has been difficult to get throughout the pandemic.

Costco has Leisure Line Adirondack Chairs (finally) in stock. Made in Canada, 3 colours available.

Cheers
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May 11, 2009
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Am I the only one that finds these really uncomfortable and awkward to sit in? Never understood the appeal of these chairs, apart from the scenic look of them at a lake on a dock.

There goes my Canadian citizenship for saying that!
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Nov 6, 2014
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Gloucester, ON
Great find, these have been OOS all summer and hard to find. I even tried through the manufacture in Brampton.
Upvote for posting and ignoring the keyboard warriors.
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Jul 6, 2005
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SomeGuyNamedBob wrote: Somehow these particular chairs are very uncomfortable. A very unnatural shape for your back. Not sure how they screwed it up. All of our guest have make the same comments -- the look is great, material is great, but not fun to sit in for more than a few minutes.
I agree. We found them to be hard on the lower back if you sit in them for an extended period of time. I ended up buying some small outdoor pillows to help support the lower back which makes them much more comfortable.
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M1K3Z0R wrote: Am I the only one that finds these really uncomfortable and awkward to sit in? Never understood the appeal of these chairs, apart from the scenic look of them at a lake on a dock.

There goes my Canadian citizenship for saying that!
Trapper wrote: I agree. We found them to be hard on the lower back if you sit in them for an extended period of time. I ended up buying some small outdoor pillows to help support the lower back which makes them much more comfortable.
We buy these cushions at Home Hardware which fit these chairs perfectly for those folks who don't find them 'comfortable'

https://www.homehardware.ca/en/solid-na ... code=10936
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Do these chairs get too hot to sit in when left out in the sun on a hot day?
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I love these chairs. Sold in store for 149.99. Available at the Nepean store in Ottawa.
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Aug 11, 2021
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Are these chairs comfortable or will your back hurt after a while? They look good tho.
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Jul 19, 2012
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I think they're comfortable but the problem is trying to get out of one after you've sat down in one.

They are hard to escape if you are not so fit.

Perfect dock or porch chair though. Zero maintenance is hot.
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Dec 24, 2009
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Are these electro static like the really cheap plastic ones, these are also plastic. I thought real ones are made of wood?
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Nov 6, 2014
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Gloucester, ON
Home Depot sells the foldable version as well. Saw some at Scarborough HD today for 178$. Have been OOS all Summer so YMMV like these Costco ones.
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Nov 23, 2019
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Home Depot sells the same bear chair brand chair but under the HDG name. This one is $64.98, unfinished and requires assembly. The included instructions are horrible but a quick YouTube search yields some good videos that are helpful.

I’ve sanded then stained my chairs and am happy with the outcome.

Muskoka Patio Chair - Unfinished White Pine

https://www.homedepot.ca/product/hdg-mu ... 1000718612
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SomeGuyNamedBob wrote: Somehow these particular chairs are very uncomfortable. A very unnatural shape for your back. Not sure how they screwed it up. All of our guest have make the same comments -- the look is great, material is great, but not fun to sit in for more than a few minutes.
Weird....I have no issues with mine. I find them super comfortable and the they aren't too inclined and easy to up from.
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zoomzoom wrote: Do these chairs get too hot to sit in when left out in the sun on a hot day?
Ours are in direct sun all day and I have never noticed an issue when sitting in them. I find them very comfortable. No one who has tried them has complained yet.
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zoomzoom wrote: Do these chairs get too hot to sit in when left out in the sun on a hot day?
If they're anything like the dark brown ones I got at homedepot a few years ago - no. There's some kind of UV repellent/sparkle added to the plastic to keep it cool to the touch. Else it would be on fire.
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Nov 28, 2013
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Can't rave enough about these chairs - They're about as close to a buy-it-for-life patio chair that I've come across. My folks have had these for 5+ years now, they sit by the pool in full sun from early spring till late fall, then are stored in an unheated shed all winter, and they still look and feel brand new.

We're furnishing a house and backyard currently so I very recently went down a poly-lumber wormhole. Similar chairs with the same materials and weight sells for 350+ a piece. Closest in price are these at Canadian Tire, which are a slightly different style and made in Canada, but don't come with the killer warranty. https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/canv ... p.html#srp

Might not be technically a deal...but these are a great deal. Thx OP, finally managed to snag a couple for myself.

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