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Wood Outdoor Chaise Lounge Chairs

When looking for relaxing furniture for your patio or by the pool one of these Wood Outdoor Chaise Lounge Chairs should be on your list.  I will look at two Eucalyptus wood types and one made from Appalachian Oak.  None of these loungers will come with cushions, all will be adjustable.

The Eucalyptus wood is a fast growing tree that will emit an oil that has been used in insecticides for many years, for more information on this type of tree see Wikipedia information here.  With proper treatment every two years or so, depending on your outdoor environment, this type of furniture will outlast its owner in most cases.

Appalachian Oak is a very hard wood.  With the proper sealing it will last a lifetime.  Follow this link to find out more about what is Appalachian White Oak.  The furniture made out of this material is made in the U.S.A. and has been used for making fine furniture for centuries.

Now let me give you the details of each of these wooden chaise lounges to let you make that decision on what will work for you.




Eucalyptus Wood Outdoor Chaise Lounge Chairs With Cushion

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Lancaster Eucalyptus Wood

 

Price when article was written: $199.95 plus $15 for shipping

This stationary lounger made of 100 percent Eucalyptus Wood, will recline flat or almost straight up in five positions.  A wooden bar on each side will control how the lounger is reclined.  A small wooden table will slide out of the base to give you some place to put your drink and snacks when relaxing.

Lounger is 78.75 inches long when laying flat, 23 inches wide and 34 inches tall when in upright position.  Seat is 11 inches off of the ground with out a cushion (not included).  It will weight 39 pounds, will take two people to move because of the bulk not the weight.

Some assembly is required, should not be much trouble to those that are mechanically inclined. Some customers stated that the included allen wrench was not big enough to tighten screws during assembly.

Weight limit for this lounger is 300 pounds.  This lounger is manufactured in Viet Nam.  Finish on the wooden surfaces is a multi step process to give it a great look.

Pros

  • Has slide out table for drinks
  • Eucalyptus wood very durable in outdoor environments
  • Adjust to five different positions

Cons

  • No wheels for mobility
  • Needs cushions for comfort
  • More difficult to move, will need two people

 

Claremont Chaise Lounge

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Claremont Eucalyptus Chaise Lounge

Price when article was written: $249.95 plus $40 for shipping

Much like the Lancaster lounger above, the Claremont has a few extra features.   Made from the same quality of Eucalyptus wood with multi staged finish.  It has wooden wheels to help with mobility, stationary wooden arms to aid in comfort while lounging.  The frames are made very similar with the same pull out side table.

This lounger measures the same 78.75 inches long when laying flat, 23 inches wide and 35 inches tall when in the full upright position.

Lounger is slightly heavier at 51 pounds, the additional weight from the wheels and arms.  Seat is 14 inches off the ground with out cushion (not included).  Lounger will support 250 pounds.

One person can move this lounger with little effort.  Assembly is fairly easy, included tools may not be heavy enough to tighten all of the screws was a complaint from some customers.

Pros

  • Has slide out tray for table
  • Wheels for easy moving
  • Eucalyptus wood very durable in most outdoor conditions
  • Other items available in this collection

Cons

  • Cushions not included
  • Wheels will wear quickly on concrete surfaces

 

Appilachian Oak patio lounger

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Appalachian White Oak

 

Price when article was written: $924.95

This premium lounger is made from kiln–dried Appalachian white oak.  It will be very durable in outdoor conditions when sealed properly.  Wooden wheels will help with mobility.  All joints are mortise and tenon for extra stability.  Entirely made in the USA.

The bed of this lounger is arched for better ergonomics.   Arms will swivel on bolts to adjust with the back.  When laying down flat the arms will not be used.

Lounger is 72 inches long when laying flat, 24 inches wide and 28 inches tall when in the most upright position.  This lounger will be a lot heavier than the other two, the wooden wheels will make it mobile with one person being able to move it.

Takes about 1 to 2 weeks for delivery.

Pros

  • American Made
  • Has wheels for mobility
  • Arms adjust with back

Cons

  • Needs cushion for comfort
  • Does not have shelf table pull out
  • Oak not as bug resistant or durable outside as Eucalyptus wood




Care and more comfort from your wooden patio loungers

Lounger cushions

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Cushions for wooden chaise lounges

You can purchase your cushions when you purchase your lounger.  The polyester chaise cushions are available in 18 color designs and have a hinged design that will allow it not to bunch up when the lounger back is elevated.  Tie straps will keep your cushion attached when in the upright position.  Cushions are 76 inches long, 23 inches wide and 3 inches thick.

Price when article was written:$89.95

 

 

 

Chaise Lounge severe weather cover

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Chase covers for wooden chaise lounges

These covers will fit all of the above chaise loungers when the backs are in the upright position.  They are 68 inches long, 34 inches wide and 34 inches tall.

Price at time of this article: $39.95

 

SunGuard UV protectant

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Treatments

A UV Protectant- SunGuard spray is available that will help your wooden outdoor furniture last longer in the harsh environments.  Treating once a year is recommended.

Price when article was written: $18.95

 

My final thoughts on these patio loungers

 

When you are looking for a Wood Outdoor Chaise Lounge Chairs for your patio or by the pool, one of these three will work great.  You just have to look at all of the options and see what is most important to you.  I prefer the Eucalyptus model with the wheels for mobility and side tray.  Add a cushion and a little sun screen and I am ready for a nap.

Hope you found this information helpful.  Any questions or if you would like to leave a comment about your lounger experience, please use the forms below and I will get back to your shortly.

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