PURPLE LEAF Outdoor Swing With Weather Resistant Steel Frame, Adjustable Tilt Canopy, Solar LED Light

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PURPLE LEAFSKU: ZY05-SWPPSBJ02-292

Size: Two Seat
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$799 $839

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Description

  • Adjustable PVC Canopy】Upgraded designed with an adjustable hardtop polycarbonate board canopy, which is built to last and is not easy to deform. The all-weather hardtop canopy protects against UV rays and rain.
  • 【Powder-coated Steel Frame】Metal frame construction with a weather-resistant finish ensures lasting use, for durability and low maintenance. Additional anti-slipping plastic end-ups improve stability and also prevent the floor from scratching.
  • 【Built-in Side Tables】This porch swing with stand includes built-in side cup holders, making it the perfect addition to any outdoor entertaining.
  • 【Individual Soft Cushion】 Includes a comfy roll pillow, perfect for adding extra cushioning to your armor back; removable cushions provide a cushy place to sit back on the patio swing, Ideal for outdoor lounging.
  • 【For Use Anywhere】This outdoor swing is easy to assemble, you don't have to hang the porch swing to the ceiling joists and move it wherever you want, suitable to set in porch, garden, backyard, lawn.

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Linda Larsen
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Nice looking swing. I would have liked the back of the seat to be much higher than it is. Definitely takes two to put it together. Threaded holes taking screws that don’t use washers could be improved upon. Hopefully those lightweight solar panels aren’t breakable or the first hailstorm will crack them. If I had it to do over again I’d have stuck with a canvas top. I like the heavy frame and am hoping the swing will stay put in hard winds.

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Linda Larsen
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Nice looking swing. I would have liked the back of the seat to be much higher than it is. Definitely takes two to put it together. Threaded holes taking screws that don’t use washers could be improved upon. Hopefully those lightweight solar panels aren’t breakable or the first hailstorm will crack them. If I had it to do over again I’d have stuck with a canvas top. I like the heavy frame and am hoping the swing will stay put in hard winds.