- Part list and Assembly - PDF, 331.31 KB
|Seat height||25 Inches|
|Depth||Seat area 20 Inches deep and 23 Inches wide|
|MSRP||$459.99 You Save: 19.6%|
solid furniture exquisite very good job well done
I bought two recently. I was leaning toward the $500 Brunswick chair, which I could get locally for $400 apiece or the chairs on Amazon for $250 or so. I also looked at some other brands that had high price tags $600+. Those were garbage. Then i found these a took a chance on them. I am impressed. Very heavy and very sturdy. I think they will hold up well for a decade+ with high usage. The drawers have nice rail system opposed to the junk slotted wood design that the more $$ chairs used. I like the 2 drink holders and the deep slots for the cues. A couple notes, they sit about 2" higher than advertised which is fine with me. I got the Walnut and it is darker than pictured. Also, the directions are not great. 4 of the bolts are shorter and no direction to where they are used. But assembly is easy and took about 30 minutes per chair with unpacking etc. I paid $315 each with no tax and no shipping! And shipping was fast! Great deal and I LOVE my chairs.
I have been shopping for a quality spectator chair for about a year. I had converted some old teak chairs that were okay(they went back outside after getting these chairs). I checked Brunswick, Costco (AHB), at least 5 other brands. I also shopped at several sites and looked at old chairs. These chairs were the best value for the money spent. I have an old Brunsick Anniversy (circa 1945) which goes great with the chairs and the half round table from Spencer Marston. The chairs were easy to put together and the door in the seat is well done with the slider. If you have a billiard or pool room check these chairs out.
I was thoroughly impressed with the quality and workmanship. This is a solid piece and looks very nice. I wouldn't have been surprised if I saw it selling for $1,000.