First let me say this: you get what you pay for, these chairs are inexpensive. We purchased two units to replace chairs in our RV. I saw them on an RV website when I was looking for recliners. They were priced well over $400. I put the brand name into my search engine and Wal-Mart popped up as having them in stock at $229. I wasn't expecting top of the line products and that is what I received, but they will suit my needs.
I have the patience s of a 5 year old, if I can assemble this so can you.
Assembly isn't easy, but here are some tips that may help you when putting this puzzles together. Before putting the base on the chair turn the chair upside down and screw the bolt into the claw nuts and make sure they will screw in easily. I used a little silicon spray to lubricate the nuts Place the base onto the chair and use an awe or Phillips screwdriver to aline the holes. Put the screws from bottom up instead of top down, it is much easier to aline the base. Those were the most difficult screw to install. The instruction are very confusing and hard to understand. Second most difficult part is attaching the back of the chair to the seat. Use and awe or screw driver to aline the holes, once alined take a pair of vice grips and pinch the attachments together then put the bolt and Teflon nut on. DO NOT over tighten the bolt. The rest of the job isn't that difficult. The first unit took just over 3 hours to assemble the second was done in less than and hour.
I do not recommend this chair for a daily users, if you are a big person over 250 pounds then this chair isn't for you. I would not let children use the chair e.g. is if they are like most kids and spin and play, the chair will not hold up to abuse. If you need a good quality chair spend a few extra bucks and buy a good chair.
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