Outdoor Interiors Adirondack Chair w/ Built-in Ottoman

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Outdoor Interiors Adirondack Chair w/ Built-in Ottoman
Price: $169.99
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Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Monday, Jul 06 to Thursday, Jul 09) + transit
Condition: New


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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
3/20/2014 - $169.99 - Click To See Discussion (13 comments)

3/30/2015 - $169.99 (Woot Plus)
7/17/2013 - $190.00 (Woot Plus)
5/27/2013 - $190.00 (Woot Plus)

Time to learn all about the care of your new chair

Comments from a previous offer

Any wooters from previous offerings care to weigh in with their experience 1+ year later?

Two years ago I ordered a chair from Woot, but when it arrived at my house there was an armoire inside the box instead. I called customer service and they said, “Well, it’s an occasional chair…”


Ok, yeah, I got nuthin to add about this sale. I just always wanted to use that joke.

I bought 2 last year and love them. I’m in the DFW area of Texas, and leave them out year round. They do need oiled with linseed oil or similar 3-4 times a year. If you live somewhere where you will bring them in for the winter (note that they don’t fold or stack) you could probably get away with oiling twice a year.

I bought two last time they were offered, and they’ve held up great. We oiled them with Linseed oil, and kept them under cover if it was raining. Very sturdy, and a bit heavy to move, but definitely quality construction.

I bought one of these just over a year ago. Some observations:
The geometry of this chair is somehow not quite a good fit for me. It’s not that comfortable for sitting long periods (say, reading a book). It’s better with a cushion, but I usually pick another chair. I have some cheap plastic Adirondack chairs that I find more comfortable.
The screws holding the slats are really easy to strip, leaving the slats loose. Some of them on the foot rest came pre-stripped from the factory.
I’ve kept it oiled and stored it on a covered porch over the winter, but the armrest boards are showing cracks/splits.
I would not buy this chair again.