Best Tanning Ledge Chairs

brittneys

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Feb 8, 2021
5
florida
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).

Do you mind sharing how big your ledge is? I'm trying to get an idea if these chairs will fit nicely on mine.
 

Spyderagent

Member
Dec 5, 2019
9
Irving, TX
Do you mind sharing how big your ledge is? I'm trying to get an idea if these chairs will fit nicely on mine.

7’ wide by 7’6” long x 10” deep. Our pool builder originally had the ledge at only 6’ long, but we felt that would make the tanning ledge feel crowded. The additional 18” allows people to also sit on the edge of the ledge with their feet dangling off without bothering others laying in the loungers.
 
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NWS

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May 10, 2020
55
TX
We bought the same ones and they are fantastic

I've been looking at the same style..did you go with the regular chair or lowback? Are they comfortable? Would love to see a pic if you have one handy. Our shelf will be about 6" deep and I'm trying to figure out if it will cover the seat or not.
 

acue180

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Aug 1, 2019
47
austin texas
I've been looking at the same style..did you go with the regular chair or lowback? Are they comfortable? Would love to see a pic if you have one handy. Our shelf will be about 6" deep and I'm trying to figure out if it will cover the seat or not.
We sat in both in water and the high back has a ton more support and more relaxing. Ill try and upload some pics from my camera roll since they are both out if water on the patio now. Ill try and put a tape measure next to it so you can see as well
 
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