OUTDOOR USE: A blend of breathable sling mesh fabric on a strong steel metal frame offers comfort and durability in the steamer whether you’re soaking up the sun poolside at the beach or reclining in the shade.
ADJUSTABLE BACK: The sun bathing chaise recliner has an adjustable backrest with head pillow allows you to choose a level of personalized comfort. Pick your favorite and stick with it or adjust your position throughout the day adjusts from 0-180°.
STURDY FRAME: The lightweight steel frame supports up to 265 pounds while remaining light enough to bring with you on the go for relaxation or adventure.
DURABLE MATERIAL: Quick-dry mesh fabric material makes our patio lounger particularly well-suited for the backyard patio and other outdoor environments.
LIGHTWEIGHT DESIGN: This lounge chair features lightweight construction with a portable design that folds quickly and easily making it ideal for transport and storage.
Whether at the beach on the patio or at the camping grounds this chair by Outsunny is a great item to have. A comfortable seat with a sturdy frame this may end up being your go-to chair no matter where you are. Its ability to fold up into a small easy to transport size means you can toss this in your trunk and have a comfy place to rest anywhere you happen to find yourself.
- Built on a powder-coated steel frame with 2 supporting legs for extra sturdy
- Full reclining 4-level adjustable backrest for personalized comfort
- Breathable and quick-dry fabric is water-resistant breathable and comfortable
- Portable and lightweight for easy storage and transport
- A detachable pillow for extra comfort
- Perfect for camping hiking poolside or the beach
The State of California Health and Safety Coded Section 25249.6, et seq., commonly known as Prop. 65, requires products to be labeled if any of over 900 chemicals are present even in trace amounts.
WARNING: This product can expose you to di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), which has been identified by the State of California to be a causative agent of cancer and reproductive toxicity. For more information about prop 65, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov