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Old Feb 9th 2007, 10:03 am
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We have a swinging garden chair, purchased from Seagals about a year ago, and a matching outdoor setting purchasede about 18 months ago from th same shop.
All the cushions on the swinging chair have gone a real horrible brown colour..........looks like they are covered in bore water staining. Apparently this is sunburn............as we are not supposed to leave them in the sun?????????FFS...........its a GARDEN swing!!!
On top of that 3 of more chairs completely snapped. The part of the leg that was welded to the seat just snapped off on 3 of the chairs, leaving them completely useless. When I complained to the shop they said there was nothing they could do as the chairs were over a year old. Anyone else had any trouble with garden furniture??????????
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We have a swinging garden chair, purchased from Seagals about a year ago, and a matching outdoor setting purchasede about 18 months ago from th same shop.
All the cushions on the swinging chair have gone a real horrible brown colour..........looks like they are covered in bore water staining. Apparently this is sunburn............as we are not supposed to leave them in the sun?????????FFS...........its a GARDEN swing!!!
On top of that 3 of more chairs completely snapped. The part of the leg that was welded to the seat just snapped off on 3 of the chairs, leaving them completely useless. When I complained to the shop they said there was nothing they could do as the chairs were over a year old. Anyone else had any trouble with garden furniture??????????
Go on Sandra, kick arse
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Old Feb 9th 2007, 11:22 am
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Go on Sandra, kick arse
It wasnt your arse that broke the chairs was it........................
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It wasnt your arse that broke the chairs was it........................
No my mums
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No my mums
OOOHHHHH...............That was below the belt!!!!
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OOOHHHHH...............That was below the belt!!!!
well it wouldn't have been your butt as it keeps getting smaller
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well it wouldn't have been your butt as it keeps getting smaller


Only half a kilo off this week.................still better off than on!!!!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by sj oldfield View Post
We have a swinging garden chair, purchased from Seagals about a year ago, and a matching outdoor setting purchasede about 18 months ago from th same shop.
All the cushions on the swinging chair have gone a real horrible brown colour..........looks like they are covered in bore water staining. Apparently this is sunburn............as we are not supposed to leave them in the sun?????????FFS...........its a GARDEN swing!!!
On top of that 3 of more chairs completely snapped. The part of the leg that was welded to the seat just snapped off on 3 of the chairs, leaving them completely useless. When I complained to the shop they said there was nothing they could do as the chairs were over a year old. Anyone else had any trouble with garden furniture??????????
I have a seagals outdoor setting too and as yet have had no probs with it and believe me I have a fat arse!
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I was recommended them upon arrival and have had no probs however friends of ours have had endless probs with their chairs,Im quite embarrassed as I recommended them to Seagals.
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Originally Posted by sj oldfield View Post
We have a swinging garden chair, purchased from Seagals about a year ago, and a matching outdoor setting purchasede about 18 months ago from th same shop.
All the cushions on the swinging chair have gone a real horrible brown colour..........looks like they are covered in bore water staining. Apparently this is sunburn............as we are not supposed to leave them in the sun?????????FFS...........its a GARDEN swing!!!
On top of that 3 of more chairs completely snapped. The part of the leg that was welded to the seat just snapped off on 3 of the chairs, leaving them completely useless. When I complained to the shop they said there was nothing they could do as the chairs were over a year old. Anyone else had any trouble with garden furniture??????????

When we first arrived here we bought a 6 seater outdoor setting from Seagals but as there is already 5 of us it began to get a bit tedious only ever inviting 1 person at a time over for a bbq.......
So decided to buy something bigger. When we were at the Perth Royal Show a few months ago Seagals had a display and were doing a special Royal Show discount so we bought a 10 seater for $729 and were well chuffed since the regular price was $899. Was mightily cheesed off though to see the same setting advertised only a couple of weeks later at $499 Bit pissed off at their sneaky pricing but nothing's fallen apart...yet
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Im quite embarrassed

I'm sorry but this I find hard to believe
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