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[No Frills] No Frills Wooden Adirondack Chair $29.94

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[No Frills] No Frills Wooden Adirondack Chair $29.94

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Adirondack Chair $29.94

Saw this at the No Frills at Finch and Jane. Thought it was a pretty good deal.
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Anyone find it anywhere else?
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max1234 wrote:
Jun 11th, 2018 7:14 pm
Anyone find it anywhere else?
Yeah, I value my life & my car as well... maybe I can get the wife to go to Jane & Finch.
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max1234 wrote:
Jun 11th, 2018 7:14 pm
Anyone find it anywhere else?
DrunkenStupor wrote:
Jun 11th, 2018 7:21 pm
Yeah, I value my life & my car as well... maybe I can get the wife to go to Jane & Finch.
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We have had them in new Hamburg for weeks. The ones that were on display outside from the beginning are scuffed up pretty bad with a lot of areas with chips falling off.

A decent deal for a wooden Muskoka chair but you may need to be very careful with them.
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canadianclub wrote:
Jun 11th, 2018 7:47 pm
We have had them in new Hamburg for weeks. The ones that were on display outside from the beginning are scuffed up pretty bad with a lot of areas with chips falling off.

A decent deal for a wooden Muskoka chair but you may need to be very careful with them.
nothing says 'relaxing cottage getaway' quite like scraping wood splinters off your ass while you regale your family with the tale of how you barely survived jane and finch
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is this same quality as the costco ones? no frills and quality don't really go together lol.
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I saw it as well at the No-Frills at Islington and Norseman. Not sure about the quality.
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aquariaguy wrote:
Jun 11th, 2018 8:03 pm
is this same quality as the costco ones? no frills and quality don't really go together lol.
These have been this price in Orleans for a few weeks. Definitely NOT anywhere near the quality of Costco...in fact, I probably would not recommend these for sitting, ornamental display use only. The wood is fiberboard so I imagine it will soak up water once the outer casing is breached.

I gave this deal a pass..
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dogbolter wrote:
Jun 13th, 2018 11:49 am
These have been this price in Orleans for a few weeks. Definitely NOT anywhere near the quality of Costco...in fact, I probably would not recommend these for sitting, ornamental display use only. The wood is fiberboard so I imagine it will soak up water once the outer casing is breached.

I gave this deal a pass..
There is no way they'd make outdoor furniture out of MDF, it'd be ruined almost immediately. They are likely cheapo pine. I bought a few of these years ago for like $25 at RCSS, they were crap. Made out of thin pine that stared to crack and warp and peel the first summer. Looked pretty though, but never trusted sitting on them really. These are likely similar. I'd say save your money.
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Here is a photo I took for my wife. there is no woodgrain or knots etc. If you download it and zoom into the screw holes you can see that it is some sort of composite material.

Regardless, if you look at the thickness of the legs you can see that it would not safely support much more than 100 pounds.
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dogbolter wrote:
Jun 13th, 2018 12:33 pm
Here is a photo I took for my wife. there is no woodgrain or knots etc. If you download it and zoom into the screw holes you can see that it is some sort of composite material.

Regardless, if you look at the thickness of the legs you can see that it would not safely support much more than 100 pounds.
Dang that does look like a piece of crap. Worst than IKEA.
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aquariaguy wrote:
Jun 13th, 2018 1:31 pm
Dang that does look like a piece of crap. Worst than IKEA.
Hey hey easy there...some of Ikea's stuff is crappy, yes. But some of their good stuff, is REALLY good and very well priced. #ikea4lifewhenitsgoodstuff
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This chair is definitely not made for outdoor use in the weather.

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