Best Tanning Ledge Chairs

TLB347

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Jul 18, 2020
5
Georgia
Hi! Can you all share your favorite tanning ledge chair pics and info? I initially wanted to go with the ledge loungers but I’m having second thoughts due to the price. There’s so many other things we need to buy, that I’m not sure if they are the best choice. Thank you!!
 

cowboycasey

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Welcome to TFP :)

They are not cheap are they and it all adds up... you are not the first person to ask about them and there is no good answer... You could wait a year and get the ones you want or get one now and one later...

I bought 4 and for the life of me I can not find where I bought them...

here is a search for lounge chairs on the site :)

 
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poolnoobgrandma

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Sep 15, 2018
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Seminole, FL
Welcome to TFP :)

They are not cheap are they and it all adds up... you are not the first person to ask about them and there is no good answer... You could wait a year and get the ones you want or get one now and one later...

I bought 4 and for the life of me I can not find where I bought them...

here is a search for lounge chairs on the site :)

We got plastic adirondack chairs from Lowes. Really inexpensive, and folks can sit there and visit with the people in the pool or spa. 20190615_153006.jpg
 
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TLB347

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Jul 18, 2020
5
Georgia
Welcome to TFP :)

They are not cheap are they and it all adds up... you are not the first person to ask about them and there is no good answer... You could wait a year and get the ones you want or get one now and one later...

I bought 4 and for the life of me I can not find where I bought them...

here is a search for lounge chairs on the site :)

 

JJ_Tex

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Jul 17, 2019
1,859
Prosper, TX (DFW)
We went with the ledge lounger, but opted for the chair that sits more upright (but still leaning back a good deal).

We went to the showroom and the chair was much more comfortable and $100 cheaper. Still a stupid amount of money to spend on plastic, but at least it wasn't as expensive as the lounger.
 
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acue180

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Aug 1, 2019
46
austin texas
We went with the ledge lounger, but opted for the chair that sits more upright (but still leaning back a good deal).

We went to the showroom and the chair was much more comfortable and $100 cheaper. Still a stupid amount of money to spend on plastic, but at least it wasn't as expensive as the lounger.
We bought the same ones and they are fantastic
 

Skiddy

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May 17, 2017
60
Seminole Florida

spd500

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Jul 20, 2020
564
Houston, TX
Drill just the right size hole and when you want it to float use a plug like these.You can probably fix the tipping problem by leaving a little water in it so it floats lower in the water.
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I wonder if that would cause them to sink if you took them off the ledge and farther out into the pool.
 
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Skiddy

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May 17, 2017
60
Seminole Florida
Its all a matter of what kind you want. Both of those previous models look great but i don't think they allow the user to be partially in the water when using them. The loungers mentioned above on Amazon are for those who want the in and out of water experience.
 

Spyderagent

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Dec 5, 2019
8
Irving, TX
We purchased our tanning ledge chairs from www.aquachairs.com. For a set of 2, you’re looking at roughly $400 in savings over the original (and pricey) ledge loungers with really no discernible difference in appearance. We are very pleased with ours!! The picture is professional photography taken of our pool and paid for by our PB (hence the logo).
 

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Bigtymetexan

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Jan 9, 2021
10
The Woodlands, TX
I have decided to go with "Terra Sol Sonoma Pool Lounge" chairs. They are the cheap way ($120) each to get the Ledge Lounger look (and feel based on reviews) without the extreme cost. If you read most of the Amazon reviews, the hack is to drill a hole on the side (middle) and at the edge of the foot to let water in (for weight) so they don't float away.

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