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[Costco] Plastic Resin Muskoka Chairs - $159 - all colours available

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[Costco] Plastic Resin Muskoka Chairs - $159 - all colours available

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$159.99 online
$149.99 in store - if you can find the colour you want. These are heavy so $10 shipping seems very reasonable.


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Made in Canada, Available in 10 Colours: Red, White, Brown, Tan, Light Blue, Green, Yellow, Black, Grey or Royal Blue

These are the plastic resin chairs that have been available in Costco for the past number of years on a seasonal basis.

The ONLY reason I am posting this, is that all colours are now available online. These sell out every year and certain colours always seem to be in demand.

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Just wondering, how comfortable are these relative to other builds? Can anyone that owns them verify?
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These Adirondack/Muskoka chairs are very comfortable. $150 is a good price for these resin type chairs as they require zero maintenance and ready to use out of the box.

I got the $50 cedar build yourself version. It required wood glue and stain. 2 chairs, glue & stain probably cost me $150. Then I probably spent 3hrs or so assembling and staining (multiple coats).

If I was to do it again, I'd just go with the resin for convenience. Though, the wood look does look much better.
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nathangl wrote: Just wondering, how comfortable are these relative to other builds? Can anyone that owns them verify?
I like the back angle - not too reclined. I find some of the CdnTire cheap plastic I find they recline too much.

I do wish the leg area was one piece smaller. Just a little long for me, but still pretty good.
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We have two of these. We find them quite comfortable but we do add some 1" foam padding to increase the comfort level.
They came as a flat pack and did require assembly but that was quite simple, we had no issues putting them together.
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So these are non-folding ones?
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How durable are these going through the weather elements? Do folks just leave it out all 4 seasons?
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gr8dlr wrote: So these are non-folding ones?
Very definitely non-folding.
michiebaby wrote: How durable are these going through the weather elements? Do folks just leave it out all 4 seasons?
Yes, we have left ours out for two winters, so far I see no degradation at all.
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Also 3x the aeroplan points right now on costco.ca Had been looking at these in store, seem pretty comfortable. Might pick one up for the summer.
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Well I'm sold, thanks guys. Will report back how cozy they are to pass out on when it thaws enough to crunk out with my junk out. *sagenod*
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