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Old 02-07-2013, 06:37 AM   #1
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Last Sunday I ordered two Strongback Elite folding chairs. Received them on Wednesday. I unpacked one to try so we'd know to keep both, keep one and return one, or return both. Last night we tried them while watching tv. As mentioned in a previous post, both my wife and I have very bad backs. We decided we'd take turns sitting in the unpacked one. We thought an ahour should give us a good idea if they'd be suitable for us. I went first and sat in it for an hour and was very happy with the comfort. My wife then tried it and ended up sitting in it for three hours. Today I'll unpack the other. They are miles better than ANY outdoor chair we've ever sat in. The only possible exception would probably be the zero gravity chairs but comparing them is sort of like comparing apples and oranges. I cannot recommend them enough. They're expensive for a folding outdoor chair but worth every penny. They're heavier than similar chairs with what looks to be better materials and better construction. What's really good for us is they have lumbar support. They cost $79.95 plus shipping. Google strongback chairs and you'll get the website. I got on to these through Chuck Woodbury's editorial in the rv travel email newsletter.
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Old 02-07-2013, 06:55 AM   #2
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good to hear bob,,grace speacily desearves a comfotable place to sit,,after her troubles with her back last year,,,and having to live with you,,,the poor thing....lol
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It sounds like your opnion of these chairs matches mine. Happy sitting!
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Old 02-07-2013, 08:11 PM   #4
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Thank's for the reviews Bob and Hazel. Much appreciated.
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Congrats and comfy sittings. If we are ever in the same CG together, I'll hope to try one out for a few minutes. I promise to give it back!
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