Was better than I expected.Anthony V.Was better than I expected. It was sturdy and looked nice5
Great chair at great price!SandyBought for family Christmas gathering and they were perfect. Worked well every size person, can get a lot around a table, and now easy to store. Will buy more now that I know how great they are.5
easy to use and storeJackieneeded these for a christmas party and they were great for extra chairs and sotre very easily in our smallish apartment5
Great product in reasonable price!👍👍StellaGreat product in reasonable price!👍👍5
Great for my classroom!LaTonjaGreat for my classroom!5
Awesome chairGeorginaAwesome chair5
Nice productAnil K.Nice product5
Great for small spacesHeatherGreat for small spaces5
Practical and strongAnonymousGreat quality chair. Very practical, light yet strong.5
Great ChairZACHERYGreat Chair! Beets sitting on da flo5
Great chairZacharyLightweight chair that is easy to pull out anytime you need an extra place to sit. Folds conveniently for storage.5
SturdyAlenaGreat for using at a desk for study or work. Holds at least 285 lbs.5
Not bad for a foldVickiNot bad for a fold up chair.5
Good chairQimingGood chair5
LightweightNikkiThese are perfect for a small class situation. Surprised how light weight they are. Easy to set up and sturdy.5
Chairs look good, however it’sKAROLChairs look good, however it’s flimsy, it’s has no support1
A great purchase!YanetA great purchase!5
Chairs for classroomKYLEI use these chairs for kids (up to 150lb) in classroom/lunchroom for camp. My floor is concrete and when kids rock in the chair (which they should not do) they easily slip and fall over. A rubber grip on the bottom would help, but they are sturdy so I will buy more.4
Poor qualityValeriePoor quality2
Great product… fabulous sizeJudithGreat product… fabulous size4
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Fold out and invite in
With folding chairs you always have extra chairs on hand for all your friends. When the party's over, just fold them up again and put them behind the door or under your bed. If you don't have much floor space you can also hang folding chairs on the wall with a hook.