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OOS- NLA 2-Pack Hampton Bay Laguna Point Wicker Patio Lounge Chairs (Brown w/ Red Cushions) $329 + FS

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Home Depot [homedepot.com] has 2-Pack Hampton Bay Laguna Point Wicker Patio Lounge Chairs (Brown w/ Red Cushions) for $329. Shipping is Free.
  • Sturdy powder-coated steel frame
  • Each chair supports up to 300 lbs.
  • Overall chair size 30 W x 32.5 D x 33 in H
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Is it just me the cushions look orange not red? Frown
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Quarry Red the new Orange.
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Quote from joeam :
Quarry Red the new Orange.
Oh ok too bad.
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Bummer frames are steel and not aluminum.
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That vinyl wicker simply doesn't last in Florida for more than a couple years. It starts to break where under stress (e.g. arms) due to the heat and humidity, even if used in the shade. I've started looking at Polywood as a more resilient, though less attractive, alternative.
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I have these in the same build / color but with a gliding style - very durable and comfortable, although I added HD matching lumbar cushions for lower back support - after 4 years they have held up quite well, even here in the northeast outdoor year-round (under a covered porch)
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I have this product family in two sectional sofas. It's been on my screened porch for 15 months. We love it. It's great and comfortable and seems like nice quality. I'm in a hot humid climate and no issues.
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Quote from USFmarine :
That vinyl wicker simply doesn't last in Florida for more than a couple years. It starts to break where under stress (e.g. arms) due to the heat and humidity, even if used in the shade. I've started looking at Polywood as a more resilient, though less attractive, alternative.
We had a bunch of these and they lasted only 2 years. It's not just FL... it's anywhere they're left in the sun. UV kills the material.

I just got back from a posh hotel in the tropics where all of their wicker type chairs were actually made out of a rope or cord material. Half of them were blue and the other half were green. I was really tempted to turn them upside down and look for a name brand to see where they were sourced from. It would just be expensive to get them here because this was already halfway around the world.
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