What kind of Lifetime 60253 Outdoor Convertible Bench do you need?
Easy One-Person Conversion from Bench to Table in Seconds Durable Weather-Resistant Polystyrene - Slats Allow for Quick Water Drainage The Beauty of Wood Without the Maintenance Easy Access In and Out of Seating Area Two Convertible Benches Sold Individually Can Be Placed Together to Create a Full-Size Picnic Table
Do you know what is the superiority of this Lifetime 60253 Outdoor Convertible Bench?
Lifetime Convertible Bench – Easily converting from bench to table, the Lifetime Convertible Bench is constructed of weather-resistant polystyrene simulated wood Harbor Gray , with a Black frame. Conversion handles are located on each side. 2-year limited warranty. Comes in 1 box. Creating the perfect place to enjoy a nice afternoon, the Lifetime Convertible Bench is the ideal addition to your yard. Constructed of weather-resistant polystyrene simulated wood, the bench easily converts to a table in seconds. The Lifetime Convertible Bench is UV-protected and will not fade, crack, chip, or peel. Unlike wooden benches, the polystyrene will not splinter or warp, and never needs to be painted or varnished. The steel frame has a powder-coated, rust-resistant finish to ensure that your bench will last for years.
Customer reviewsLooks great until the Faux Panels start falling off
While this thing looks like a quality-made piece of furniture, it will deteriorate right in front of your eyes in the span of weeks. The "faux wood" slats, also comically referred to by the manufacturer as "weather-resistant simulated wood" panels are fastened with what looks to be "faux screws" that is absolutely "faux good quality" and will break off one by one and curl upwards into the person that sits on them and one by one will break off, until you are left with only a metal frame with no panels that you cannot sit on. What good is having something that won't "fade, rot, crack, chip, or peel" as they claim, when it also won't stay on the frame to allow you to sit on it because the tack screws or the holes they screw into easily breaks Unfortunately, I bought two of these sets and loved them for the first few months. Now only one set is useable, but two of the slats have broken off as you can see in the pictures, so you've got to be careful where you sit. Too bad they did not find a better way to fasten the slats onto the frame, because this thing was awesome and very much a conversation piece when I bought two of these benches. Five months later, I have one dead and buried and one left, with two broken slats and more to come. Very disappointing.