Sit Back and Relax in a New Lifetime Adirondack Chair

Sit Back and Relax in a New Lifetime Adirondack Chair

Sit Back and Relax in a New Lifetime Adirondack Chair

adirondack chair.jpgLast month, Katie shared with you that we have lots of new products on the horizon.  I'm happy to tell you that one of these new products is a Lawn & Garden product that is now available… a Lifetime Adirondack Chair!
 
If you're still wondering what to get Dad for Father's Day, this is a perfect gift to give your Dad or husband to help him relax this summer in his backyard, on the front porch, or on the beach with his feet in the sand.  (It's also good for moms too, so don't feel guilty about purchasing a matching chair for her!)
 
What will Dad love about the new Lifetime Adirondack Chair?  Lots of things, starting with the way it looks.  It's manly - no fluffy cushions or dainty wicker.  This is a sip-your-beverage and admire-your-lawn-work kind of chair.   (But, as you can see, it still has a stylish look women like, too.) At first glance, it's difficult to tell the Lifetime Adirondack Chair is not made of real wood. The color variations and texturing are an amazingly close replication to the characteristics of natural wood grain. The Lifetime Adirondack Chair is constructed of weather-resistant polystyrene - a type of plastic. (If you are familiar with some of our other outdoor furniture products, this is the same material the Lifetime Convertible Bench and Lifetime Simulated-Wood Glider Bench are made of.)  It's a durable, UV-protected material that allows us to simulate the grain and texture of real wood.  But, unlike wooden furniture, this simulated-wood will not splinter, warp, or rot and never needs to be painted or varnished… which means Dad will also like that it's maintenance free! 
 
Finally, Dad will like its comfort.  The Lifetime Adirondack Chair features a traditional design with a low-to-the-ground and deep seat.  It classically combines comfort and style with a 31.25"w x 38.6"l x 14"h seat and 36.9" tall seat back
 
If you're a loyal fan of Lifetime, you're probably used to us inventing and introducing never-before-seen products.  We realize an adirondack is certainly nothing new.  What makes the Lifetime Adirondack Chair unique is that it is an affordable option for customers wanting the convenience of outdoor, maintenance-free plastic furniture, but the beauty and durability of real wood furniture.  (An affordable price for a quality product - yet another feature Dad will love.)  
 
adirondack chair 2.jpgThis is a perfect addition to your outdoor living space to enjoy an afternoon relaxing with family and friends. If you want to get the Lifetime Adirondack Chair in time for Father's Day, head to your nearest Costco Wholesale Club.  Or, you can also reserve yours today in the Lifetime Store online.

Darrin

Darrin

Name- Darrin 

Position at Lifetime Products- Product Marketing Manger – Lawn & Garden

How long at Lifetime Products- Since 2006

Topics I blog about- Gardening, Backyard & Garden organization, Home Organization, Garage Organization, Community/Service Projects. 

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