All our products are built or finished in Devon to a very high standard, and come with a 5 year workmanship warranty on the assembly of the deckchair. They are made from sustainably sourced wood and our stainless steel and galvanised fixings are sourced from multiple suppliers. Due to variables beyond our control, and the individual circumstances our deckchairs are subject to, we can't offer a guarantee how long our products will last.
- We recommend checking every aspect of your deckchair daily, or prior to each use, so any damage is noticed quickly and can be acted upon.
- Children should always be supervised by an adult. The deckchairs are chairs and not climbing frames, slides or trampolines.
- We strongly suggest not exceeding the weight limit on the Saunton Giant Deckchair of 250kg e.g. 3 medium sized adults. Croyde 100kg, Elbury 45kg and Bantham 35kg.
- Be aware that the deckchairs can blow over in high winds. This could result in damage to anyone nearby, and the deckchair too. Exercise caution and carefully collapse and store the deckchair if in doubt.
- Take care not to catch hands/fingers in the hinges when folding or unfolding the deckchairs.
- We recommend locating your chair on a solid, soft and level standing, such as grass, sand or woodchip.
- Ensure the chair is unfolded, stowed and locked correctly before use.
- Customers use the chairs at their own risk.
- Regularly check the chair for any signs of general wear and tear, particularly in the seating area.
- Over time the fixings can become loose. Routinely check and tighten them. For Giant Deckchairs, depending on when your chair was first made you will need either a 17mm socket, 6mm allen key, drill and PZ2 pozi bit or TX25 torx bit.
- All elements of your deckchair are designed for outdoor use, however keeping it inside or undercover when not in use will extend its life.
- Wood is a natural product, so is prone to expand and contract due to moisture, this may cause cracks to appear.
- Like your garden fence at home, wood preservative may need to be applied if the timber fades.
- Fabric is prone to wear and fading when it is being regularly used and exposed to the elements for long periods.
- Similar to a flag constantly blowing in strong winds, these conditions will increase the wear on the fabric, so if possible choose a sheltered spot for your deckchair to be used or stored.
- Keep your fabric clean using fresh water and a gentle brush. For more stubborn ingrained dirt use some warm water (below 30°C) and a mild soap solution making sure to rinse thoroughly after.
- Do not use chlorine or bleach based products, or a pressure washer on your deckchair.
- Always allow your deckchair to dry naturally. For best results we recommend re-proofing after cleaning, with a product such as Fabsil Universal Protector.
- Ensure your deckchair is completely dry before putting it into storage, this will prevent mould and mildew.
Last updated 20/01/20