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Costco Members: Timber Ridge Zero Gravity Lounger (Dark Blue) EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for their Members: Timber Ridge Zero Gravity Lounger (Dark Blue) for $79.99. Shipping is free.

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Features:
  • Aluminum Construction. Lightweight
  • Easy to Fold Up and Take 'On the Go'
  • Kick Back Feature
  • Reflective Ribbon Makes it Easy to Find at Night
  • 350 lb Weight Capacity

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    • Rating of 4.6 from over 2,000 Costco customer reviews.
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I was shopping for a zero gravity chair, this looks like a better deal considering aluminum frames. Original price was 109.99, there are so many brands on amazon with varying prices. Thought of buying two, 79.99 is ok price for a one. 350lb weight capacity, light weight.

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These chairs are available for a lot cheaper in-store. I saw them today, and they were too bulky for my liking. Plus, I don't have a lawn for the lawn furniture.

I think they were $59.99 in-store.
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Got one of these a few years ago for $69 and it's held up well being left outside all summer long. Pretty comfortable chair.

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At 350lbs the next invention will be a model with wheels and after that, motorized transport, who can carrie more when you are always carrying that much weight? After that the Wall-E hoverloungers and pizza plants.
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Got one of these a few years ago for $69 and it's held up well being left outside all summer long. Pretty comfortable chair.
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For the money this is a better quality chair than you're likely to find elsewhere. The base tubes are larger and the seat is padded. It is somewhere between the regular chairs and the XL chairs in width. The padded seat may be personal preference since it's not very breathable, but is for sure more comfortable. I do wish it had the wood armrests, but if that's what it took to get to this price point, I guess better that than cheap out on construction.
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What I hate about these recliners are my feet hanging over the edge if I fully reline. It can actually be painful. I have to place a pillow on the bar at the bottom.
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Thumbs up, great deal. Well made and sturdy chair.

We got these cheaper ones from Amazon 3 yrs ago and they are still holding up well after many camping trips. We don't leave them out all the time but we don't really try to save them from the occasional rain or dust storm either.

I def like the Costco ones better. Beefier frame, locking mechanism is a lot more sturdier, the side table is bigger and stays in place better, and the "lacing" is covered. I'm going to keep rocking the cheapo ones for all their worth then will prob get the Costco ones in a yr or two because these type of chairs & the super simple foldable ones are the best while camping!


https://www.amazon.com/Gravity-Ou...B07CWT7W85
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Right?, free pizza if I just remember to water and fertilize? Awesome!
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At 350lbs the next invention will be a model with wheels and after that, motorized transport, who can carrie more when you are always carrying that much weight? After that the Wall-E hoverloungers and pizza plants.
this guy is living in 2055 laugh out loud https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3RCG3BajUE
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I got one of these types of chairs from Bed Bath and Beyond last week for about $25 after coupons etc. Other than not having the little thing on the side it seems like the same concept. Mine is pretty comfortable, has a nice pillow for the head and folds up flat.
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These chairs are available for a lot cheaper in-store. I saw them today, and they were too bulky for my liking. Plus, I don't have a lawn for the lawn furniture.

I think they were $59.99 in-store.
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Thought I would add that I had this exact model. It broke on the first camping trip where the backrest meets the handrests there is very thin metal and the bolts just ripped right through it while I was sleeping. And I am well below the weight limit.
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