CatFan2
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      • Review count
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      • Helpfulness votes
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      • Average rating
        4.0
        4 out of 5
      • First Review:
        September 26, 2018
      • Last Review:
        September 26, 2018
       
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          Said to originally be designed by Benjamin Franklin The chair that goes from a chair to a handy step ladder. Handy doesn't begin to describe how useful you'll find this 2 in 1 library ladder Chair. Use it as a chair until you need a step ladder. Simply undo the hinge and flip it over for a handy step ladder.
           
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          I bought this chair in September '18. It's not had a log of use yet but seems sturdy. It is a hea...
          PostedSeptember 26, 2018
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          4.0 out of 5
          I bought this chair in September '18. It's not had a log of use yet but seems sturdy. It is a heavy, well-constructed, attractive piece of furniture. The product was well packed, no damage in transit. The assembly was simple until the last step. Bolts were used in all connections with inset nuts simplifying assembly and assuring accuracy, until the final four. The last four items were wood screws with no pilot holes. I wasn't as careful as I should have been and as a result the alignment was off. The lock which holds the chair closed doesn't quite meet up and isn't easy to open or close. I plan to remove the screws, fill the holes with wood epoxy, and this time assure the frames all line up Read More
          I bought this chair in September '18. It's not had a log of use yet but seems sturdy. It is a heavy, well-constructed, attractive piece of furniture. The product was well packed, no damage in transit. The assembly was simple until the last step. Bolts were used in all connections with inset nuts simplifying assembly and assuring accuracy, until the final four. The last four items were wood screws with no pilot holes. I wasn't as careful as I should have been and as a result the alignment was off. The lock which holds the chair closed doesn't quite meet up and isn't easy to open or close. I plan to remove the screws, fill the holes with wood epoxy, and this time assure the frames all line up as they should, then mark where the screws should be and drill my own pilot holes.
          It is an attractive, functional item and I recommend it.
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          Said to originally be designed by Benjamin Franklin The chair that goes from a chair to a handy step ladder. Handy doesn't begin to describe how useful you'll find this 2 in 1 library ladder Chair. Use it as a chair until you need a step ladder. Simply undo the hinge and flip it over for a handy step ladder.
           

          Does the chair require assembly?

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          Micky
          October 31, 2016
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          CatFan2
          September 26, 2018
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          The chair comes in a box in several pieces. Assembly is required. It is heavy. For the most part it is simple enough. Normally I use a cordless drill even for bolts that require a hex key but for the furniture I used the included hex key. Some of the bolts would have been difficult to access using a drill. It is critical that the legs line up properly when "in chair mode". When you get to the last step Read More
          The chair comes in a box in several pieces. Assembly is required. It is heavy. For the most part it is simple enough. Normally I use a cordless drill even for bolts that require a hex key but for the furniture I used the included hex key. Some of the bolts would have been difficult to access using a drill. It is critical that the legs line up properly when "in chair mode". When you get to the last step be sure the seat is centered to the chair back and the folded legs line up properly. There are no pilot holes for these last four screws. It might be better to position the seat, mark where the screw holes are, then drill pilot holes. I needed to use a "stubby" Phillips screwdriver for these last four since the screws go into the seat from within the triangle formed there. Read Less