The Outwell Marana Reclining Chair is the epitome of sophistication and comfort, providing an ideal seating solution for those seeking style and relaxation when camping or caravanning.
Frame: Made with a lightweight, high-strength powder-coated aluminium frame, the Outwell Marana Reclining Chair combines durability with portability. Its ergonomic arms offer additional support, ensuring you can unwind in comfort.
Fabric: Featuring a two-tone, soft foam, 100% polyester fabric, this chair's seat is generously padded for insulation and comfort. The luxurious seating material ensures a cosy and pleasant experience.
Max Loading Weight: With a maximum loading weight of 150kg, the Outwell Marana Reclining Chair can accommodate users of various sizes, making it a versatile and reliable outdoor seating option.
Fabric- Two-tone, soft foam, 100% polyester
Frame- Powder coated aluminium
Weight- 5 kg
Size- 64 x 76 x 118 cm (WxDxH)
Pack size- 64 x 14 x 102 cm
Seat Height- 46 cm
Max load- 150 kg
Thick padding on seat and backrest enhances insulation and comfort
Integrated and detachable foam pillow at neck area
7 Reclining positions
Ergonomic armrest design with easy grip
High back style
No assembly required
Lightweight and easy to carry
Opens and folds in seconds
FREE DELIVERY ON ORDERS OVER £100
ORDERS UNDER £100 - STANDARD DELIVERY COST £7.99
Delivery - 4-7 working Days UK Mainland Only
We ONLY deliver to UK Mainland addresses (excluding Scottish Highlands).
Orders will require a signature to acknowledge delivery. The signature of the person accepting delivery at the delivery address will be proof that delivery has been received by you or the person, to whom the order is addressed. If no one is available to accept the delivery you will receive a card to advise that a delivery has been attempted.
It is your responsibility to ensure the delivery address is ready and able to accept the delivery of the product.
We shall have no liability to you in respect of any delay or failure to deliver a product due to circumstances beyond our reasonable control, including (without limitation) delay or failure caused by adverse weather, strikes or transport problems.