The Lazy Susan 2011/2012 Sun Lounger Collection

From plastic resin to cast aluminium… There’s nothing better than relaxing in the sun on your very own sun lounger. The ancients have been doing it for thousands of years; the Egyptians enjoyed their sun-gardens, the Romans even had a name for sunbathing – ‘apricatio,’ although it was only something that the men folk were allowed to do.

Nowadays, with greater awareness of the dangers of sunbathing, it has become a bit of a faux pas. However, if you’re sensible, use a high SPF sun lotion, you can still kick back and catch a few rays (well if we’re lucky this summer) on a Lazy Susan cast aluminium metal sun lounger.

Lizzie Sun Lounger

Lizzie Sunlounger

Cast Aluminium Sunlounger can be supplied with a comfy cushion for just £30 extra. The Lizzie metal sunlounger is supplied flat-pack and requires self assembly, which is really not too difficult. This cast aluminium sunlounger is powder coated in a long lasting Antique Bronze (above) or white (below) colourways and unlike a teak sunlounger or wood sunloungers will never rot, discolour or require sanding and oiling.

Lizzie White Sunlounger

They are practically maintenance free, simply wash with soapy water and they look like new again. Dimensions: Total length is 182 cm, armrest width size is 66cm, armrest inside width is 57cm, armrest height is 49cm, seat width is 56.5cm. Seat Length is 114.5cm, seat height is 30cm. Back width is 57.5cm, back height is 97cm, leg distance is 61cm. Weight: 30kg.

Melanie Sun Lounger

Melanie Sunlounger

Our 2011 version of the Melanie has an antique bronze frame and a black textaline sling and looks very chic. The Melanie Sunlounger is a really comfortable Aluminium Sun Lounger with textaline sling. Its weight means it is substantial enough to never be moved by the weather, yet you can pick up up to move around the garden. The textaline sling is so comfy that it replaces the need for a seperate cushion, this means no storage problems. The metal sunlounger comes completely made so all you have to do is unwrap it and the lounge around the pool, garden or deck… These Sunloungers are stackable, which can be extremely useful if you thinking of ordering a few. Dimensions: Length is 182cm, Width is 62cm and the Height of arm rest is 49cm. Weight: 8kg.

Samantha Sun Lounger

Samantha Sunlounger

Introducing the brand new Samantha Sunlounger for the 2011 season. The Antique Bronze metal frame with the black textaline mesh looks very chic and compliments all our other furniture wonderfully. The Samantha Sunlounger is so comfy that there is no need for a cushion at all; this means no storage problems in the winter months. The item arrives as you see it in the picture, so you can unwrap and enjoy straight away next to the pool, in the garden or on the decking. The textaline material is extremely quick drying and therefore it is perfect for the poolside. These Sunloungers are stackable, which can be extremely useful if you thinking of ordering a few (please note that the lounger does NOT come with a head cushion as shown in this photograph). Dimensions: Length- 179cm, Width- 66cm, Height 68cm. Weight- 8kg.

High Quality

The Cast Aluminium is an extremely durable metal to withstand even the British Winter over many, many years. It is substantial in weight to eradicate the risk of windy conditions, yet is not overly cumbersome should you decide to move the furniture around the garden.

Low Maintenance

Unlike cast iron garden furniture, our Cast Aluminium Garden Furniture does not rust! In addition, unlike Teak Patio Furniture there is no need to varnish or stain this set every year. Our Metal Garden Furniture is actually maintenance free, it only requires cleaning with soapy water.

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