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Made from 1 kiln-dried pressure treated pine. Mission slat styling is timeless. Contoured and rolled seat for added comfort. Smooth gliding range.. Authentic Amish handmade craftsmanship. Made in the USA. Requires assembly.. Thick slats attached by screws. Commercial quality construction is great for condos, resorts, etc... Available unfinished or in 4 eco-friendly soy based stain finish options. Advanced Bio-Based Technology, Penetrating Non Film Forming, Rejuvenates, Preserves Protects, Long Lasting UV Protection, No Stripping For Recoats, Green Building Compliant, Virtually Odorless, and Eco-Friendly.. 4 Ft. Outside Dimensions 51W x 28D x 36H inches. 4 Ft. Seat Dimensions 46W x 19D x 22H inches. 4 Ft. Weight Capacity 800 lbs. 4 Ft. Weight 70 lbs. 5 Ft. Outside Dimensions 63W x 28D x 36H inches. 5 Ft. Seat Dimensions 58W x 19D x 22H inches. 5 Ft. Weight Capacity 800 lbs. 5 Ft. Weight 80 lbs.
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Customer reviewsInstructions Please - In English
I m giving this glider 3 stars only because of the difficulty with the assembly instructions. I ve assembled countless items of furniture over the years, and the most common problem is the assembly instructions - either a lack of instructions, or inadequate instructions, or instructions that have been translated and have become almost meaningless. This glider included instructions that were wordy with very limited illustrations. The illustrations that were there were photocopied poorly and details were almost blacked out. No indicators existed to show front and back or top and bottom of the pieces, so one of the tasks that I had completed had to be taken apart and put back together. The glider is heavy and will accommodate those big guys who come visiting on holiday family gatherings. It glides nicely - the appearance is as shown in the picture. Real problems are the assembly...by the time I was finished, I was so darn irritated that I hated the bench to pieces. Had to take a few days to get over it. At least it s not a piece of junky workmanship It IS well built...but why on earth do these manufacturers keep cutting corners in their assembly instructions What would the cost be to them to have the explanations written by a person who CAN write and who has an understanding of the English language