Bass Pro Shops® Folding Rocker
- Folds for easy transport
- Powder-coated steel frame
- Durable water-resistant polyester fabric
- Opens or folds up in seconds
- Drawstring carry bag
- Cup holder
- Carry weight: 15.5 lbs.
Maximum weight capacity: 250 lbs.
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by OLMYERS Excelent Quality CONS; NOT A SIMPLE SET UP, WOULD PREFER THE OPEN MESH MATERIAL! PROS; OUTSTANDING QUALITY, EXTRA HEAVY DUTY CONSTRUCTION, AND EXCELENT DURABILITY!!!! I'VE OWNED THIS ROCKER FOR SIX MONTHS OR MORE, IT'S ALWAYS OUT IN THE WEATHER AND I USE IT OFTEN! WHEN IT RAINS IF IT'S OUT IN IT I HAVE TO DUMP THE WATER OUT OF THE SEAT AND WAIT A HALF HOUR BEFORE SETING IN IT. BUT IT DRIES RATHER QUICKLY. I WOULD RECOMEND IT TO ANYONE WHO ENJOYS SETING OUTSIDE SEVERAL HOURS A DAY AS DO I! WONDERFUL ROCKER WELL WORTH THE MONEY! MY OLDER BROTHER EVEN LIKES IT AND HE HATES ALL OTHER FOLD UP OUTDOOR FURNATURE! August 7, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by BrunswickChick Poor design I am not happy with these chairs. First the way the rockers are attached to the legs and fold up is difficult to maneuver. Then the plastic piece that attaches the rocker to the legs broke on one the first time it was used and the other one the second time it was used. Take off the rockers and the chair would be great. The seat is comfortable, roomy and great quality. June 22, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by SuperWagMan Replacing an Older One. We got this for my wife to replace the older Mac's one that was similar in design. We go this one because it will fold up to bag size like the old one. She likes the lower height since her legs are shorter than mine. I'm not too crazy about the pin in design where the rear legs go into the rocker base. The padding could be a little thicker/better. May 25, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by ccrew5523 campfire fun! I purchased this chair for my husband for our campfire fun times. We had a similar chair that broke, so we wanted to replace it with another rocking chair. LOVE the chair, hate the way it folds down to store. You have to unclip the clips on the legs, which is NOT an easy task. It took two of us to hold the chair open just to put the pin clips in! It should be a much easier design. Luckily we just keep it upright in our garage and won't fold it up until late fall when we need to put it away for the winter. May 16, 2012